My icon as of this comment is a scanned image of the headstamp of a 500 S&W Magnum pistol cartridge. Compared with the .50 AE in the Desert Eagle, this is the Magnum version of that. This is the one that I shot at the range. Each round, reloaded, costs about $2.00.
I scanned it on an HP PSC 1200 series All-in-one printer at 1400 dpi, which produced a 437x437 pixel image that I keep uncompressed in a .mix (Microsoft PhotoDraw) file. Permalink
Mine is a picture I drew with paper and pencil, it is a picture of your normal fantasy ranger/adventurer. I saw a really neat picture in a Sgt. Rock graphic novel and thought it would be neat to do practically the same picture in a fantasy/medieval setting, though, my drawing turned out much different I enjoyed doing it! The dark-grey part that is closest to you in the image is a dead armored ork soldier with an arrow in his helmet eye slit, it is supposed to give the impression that the guy in green fought the armored fellow with a sword and eventually fired the arrow point-blank through the slit. Now the ranger is walking off, while taking one last look at the armored corpse.
EDIT: Now it is a drawing (Again with paper and pencil) of Cutlass-Crocodile (ME!) Permalink
I have an F-22, an F-35, and a falcon scramjet UAV. My homepage is called brickwoeks, and my buddy icon is lockheed's skunkworks logo. I mentioned a quote from skunkworks' best engineer, Kelly Johnson, and my college major is aerospace engineering. After my giving you this information, it should become clear and obvious as to why I am using the skunkworks logo as my icon.
After telling you the fact I know next to nothing about non-lego engineering, it should become clear and obvious as to why I am making the simple assumption that you 'borrowed' something. Permalink