Hey, everybody else is making 'em, why not give it a try?
Energy's name was once White-Lightning, but I changed it to a name of a song. White-Lightning isn't a song...that I know of.
Energy was once a guy named Howard; one day, he decided to get into car racing. He bought a sleek car and launched off into his new hobby. But then on his fourth race, he smashed into the wall and erupted into a ball of flames. Almost his whole body was burnt instantly. He was rushed to a hospital, (LIU preferably) and there he lost up to his head.
Thankfully this was the year 2094 and his head was filled with all sorts of wires, creating...a cyborg. His love for racing was continued when he became a CYBORG RACER.
Big whoop, that was terrible...
Here's the MOC! Red and white, white and red!
I forgot to put the head in so I stuffed it in right before taking the picture. =)
Arafax Deep was a happy lad of sixteen when he was drafted into the army in the year 2089. Soon he was made a captain and was placed at the head of a platoon, fighting against an orc-like race called the Neersodens. They battled for three days and nights, then suddenly Arafax found himself all alone. All his men were dead. Hearing a noise behind him, he turned around only to see a huge monster holding a large weapon of unbreakable glass.
Bolting to the side he tried to out-run the creature but was sliced in half by the glass. To his surprise, the cut was sealed right away; not one drop of blood touched the earth. The monster picked him up and carried him to a big building where he was made...a CYBORG RACER.
After becoming a cyborg, his brain was washed and he became a full ally for the Neersodens.
Evil flames + body-less head = coolness.
Yeah, this one is probably too small to be "cool", but I think it's OK.
I like how the sun went through the flames, turned out really neat.
Feel free to leave a comment!
In reply to Micah:
Hey thanks, I really didn't know that...here ya go!
The name "Energy" is from the band Skillet, and the name "Arafax deep" came from the band Falling Up. Both bands are totally awesome. =)
A couple nice designs there, JD! I don't need to repeat what the others said, so I'll stick with the focus on your designs, which have good forms and solid color themes (I definitely like the dark red and the white). The heavy flame use is also kind of a cool idea. Anyway, nicely done!