I like the Buuhan one for a reason the others do not share: while Buuhan is posing as he did in the series, the others are poses not seen in the original (at least not the manga, maybe they're obscure anime poses).
I think that it seems like a decent image, but is it SS1 or SS2? You said the former and the image title said the latter.
I named it that way because originally it was meant to be his SSJ2 image in the sandbox for his DBS profile. I don't know what form that is officially, but it can be used for his SSJ since his hair is the same and doesn't have lightning
It's okay for Goku because a) it's the most iconic usage of SSBKKx10 (and possibly the only one iirc. The rest were either standard KK or KKx20)
b) Because there's no better alternatives to that image that I can personally find.
As for Vegeta, he has decent options in the outfit that he uses for the grand majority of the series, so why would we needlessly replace it with one he only uses for one or two arcs (two of the smaller ones at that). Doesn't seem necessary to me.
Honestly would have preferred if they kept the Whis uniforms the whole series. A fresh new outfit for Goku/Vegeta to see in the series would be better than falling back to the same old Z outfits. Though I guess the animators/artists were too lazy to constantly draw all the details on them compared to the simpler old designs.
Lollipop The King wrote: Goku's Whis outfit is simpler. Literally, it's just his Gi without his shirt and different shoes. And it still got changed back.
I find it dumb. The coralish-orange looser shirt looked great with the blue hair. I remembered back in 2016 dreading them bringing back the old (Kinda chunky and outdated looking tbh) gi and I wasn't wrong, looked pretty bad until they added all those shaders in ToP/the Shintani artstyle.
Lollipop The King wrote:
You can never just let me have something can you Uchiha?
I mean..... I like the picture. Hell, I love the Whis outfits more personally, and I think they look smoother and cooler, but they got changed back to the iconic outfits and they stuck with it for the rest of the show unfortunately. Aesthetically and personally I don't mind your suggestion at all.
In other words, screw you, suffer like I did. My pain is greater than yours!
You think you know suffering?! How do you think I feel every time someone changes a perfectly good image for a bland and boring one or one that is infinitely worse than its predecessor? How do you think I felt when (insert more suffering here)?!
So even though you have suffered, Uchiha. My pain... IS STILL FAR GREATER THAN YOURS!!!
That's not official, though... It's also somewhat of an awkward pose to present the character which is another reason why I said it wasn't very good, it's better to have them standing and showing most of their design, not looking away, somewhere else. There's a reason all the old handbooks' drawings were like the one I posted.
I suppose we could keep that last one in a gallery, but that's all I would do for that image.
The current one isn't even his modern look, it's a costume he wore for only a few years, if memory serves right, in the late 2000s and early 2010s. He has since come back to his classic look, which he's had throughout the 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000s, etc. So I found it very odd to have that when it's not the outfit people envision when they think about the character.
I like Gary Frank's Superman for trying its darnest to look like Christopher Reeves but that's a terrible render, the page that render comes from doesn't cut the foot like that, the whole body is visible.
We don't always need renders for certain characters, I feel like Superman should be one of those examples because everyone knows what he looks like and a shot of him just standing on a building overlooking a city or the world says more than enough about him.
Dark-Carioca wrote: That last one only really applies to Rebirth, I'd say we need one for the New 52 since a few things were altered from one to the other.
Rebirth mostly keeps all the same Post Flashpoint characters, except Superman who changed. Everyone else got a costume change I thouhgt? I am still reading Post Crisis so not sure.
Also New 52 and Rebirht are all under the banner of Post Flashpoint like how Gold/Silver/Bronze are part of Pre-Crisis and Pre-Zero Hour/pre-Infinite Crisis/pre-Flashpoint are part of Post Crisis, and New52/Rebirth/5G were part of Post-Flashpoint.
Nah quite a few characters are different, Superman wasn't alone.
I suppose it's fine as you left it, all of those eras vary depending on the... "sub-era" I guess we could call them, but each image seems good for how those eras were last time we saw them. And the Rebirth image is pretty perfect for DC overall.
Another attempt at Thanos (With the Infinity Gauntlet). Last one i'll try, this one is much better drawn than the last one I uploaded, and a lot of work was put into making it a full render, this was the original image which was seemingly based off of his Contest of Champions appearance, which I thought was too far from his normal appearance, so I altered the height closer to what we have on his current base render, and corrected the stone colours to the current 616 colours. All in all I think it looks pretty good. Hopefully i'm not wrong in that assumption...
If it isn't used I don't mind as always, it isn't perfect after all, just another project that I thought I'd have a go at.
The base image is from a game and thus needs a replacement, the IG one is pretty perfect imo, though. At least that is from a comic cover and shows off the main point of interest in Thanos with the IG, that being the gauntlet itself.
I know it's been discussed, but I had a go with the legs, dunno if it's better. So here it is anyway.
With the current IG Render, while the art is fine, from a cover, and gets the point across, it is incredibly shiny, like to the point where he doesn't look right imo. Thanos' suit has rarely been that shiny to the point where it's that noticeable, even the blue parts of his suit which are never really like that are completely illuminated in places.
Due to the angle, he also seems hunched over if you look at the legs, which he isn't in the comics at all.
Once again just a thought that I thought I'd share since the current image isn't amazing imo but if others like it then it can stay obviously.
The only thing I don't like about the current IG image isn't related to Thanos, it's the fact that they cut out Thanos and kept the gauntlet for the IG page, and it's pretty obvious.
The new render is fine but I still like the current Thanos w/IG image, because that one has a lot more detail put into it (the skulls reflecting in Thanos' armor is a very nice touch), Thanos' grin, you can see the gems up close, and it just catches your attention more with its dynamic pose. It doesn't need a full body image when the main point is that Thanos has the Infinity Gauntlet.
Also, I have a few Classic Thanos renders we could add, one is fanmade and the other I grabbed from a Marvel Handbook.
Something odd about Hatchiyack's page is that his base form is his original design (the colors were changed from the original game he appears in to the OVA), but his super state has his OVA colors. I wonder if there's a way to recolor those green parts to make them look blue, since in the OVA he never transformed, not sure if those kinds of requests are made here.
On the left I have a render with the correct color for the back of the head (I always assumed it was a coloring mistake in the original game) but with the original blue and red colors. I find the artstyle to be a little more like it was in the original game.
On the right I have another render with the green and more pinkish OVA colors, though I far prefer the original red and blue since they complement each other better.
Super Hatchiyack also has his OVA colors even though he never went Super in the OVA so in case people like the original red and blue color scheme, I have a render of Super Hatchiyack with the original colors.
I figured we could have either original or OVA Hatchiyack, or both (since in Heroes they use both color schemes) but if you like the OVA colors better and no one wants to say anything, I suppose we'll keep the OVA colors
This image should be added to Kazuma Kiryu's gallery, it's his render from Everybody's Golf 6. It should probably go next to "Kazuma as he appears in Yakuza: Dead Souls" and the text should be "Kazuma as he appears in Everybody's Golf 6".
Here is another Classic Thanos render in more modern art. I don't think it fits the classic vibe as much but maybe some will like it more, or at least add it to a gallery.
Also, in the Four Arms page the AF/UA render is very different from the other two, so we should either replace the AF/UA render with something like this to fit the other two or change the other two to better fit the AF/UA render.
Probably too shady and shiny for Antvasima's liking.
It didn't quite convey the character's personality, which was my decision for posting that replacement for Base Gotenks up there, plus the fact that the current one is in a more modern DBZ artstyle, which isn't as appealing as the classic DBZ artstyle that Base Gotenks up there is based on.
Well, I think that the Super Saiyan 2 Gotenks image that we replaced looked too different from the usual Dragon Ball artstyle. The current one may be slightly disproportionate though, so I am open for alternatives.
Two renders for Chucky, with his undamaged original design from Child's Play 1-3 (and I guess the last two movies as well) and his equally iconic sewed up design from Bride of Chucky and Seed of Chucky.
I added all of the renders listed, however I would appreciate if someone knowledgeable with Street Fighter could verify Oro's page, as I listed the tab for his old render as having come from Street Fighter III, which is probably incorrect. I couldn't find the exact image used on his profile in his gallery on the Street Fighter Wiki, so I just listed it as coming from SFIII until someone can correctly identify which game the image comes from.
Dark-Carioca wrote: Two renders for Chucky, with his undamaged original design from Child's Play 1-3 (and I guess the last two movies as well) and his equally iconic sewed up design from Bride of Chucky and Seed of Chucky.
The second picture is actually from the fan-game, Terrordrome, so it should likely be changed for a different image.