Below You Can Find
The art I have come up with so far. I imagine, hope, and intend that it will improve as I go along. To help other like-minded fight fans find the site, I have set up a Deviant Art page which can be found here! I have to say, it’s a lot easier to find and download full-res versions of the below images there. So if you are feeling like you want to make a deep-dive through my new medium, head on over!
Note About Credit and Usage:
If you want to post the below images elsewhere, please link people back to the site — if only so that more of our community gets to enjoy the content posted here.
How Did I Make It?
All of the art shown below was made in the Daz 3D Program. It’s really easy to use, even for a complete novice like myself, so if you want to make your own art, I highly recommend you download it. Oh, and it’s free! Though there is plenty to buy if you catch yourself falling in love like I did.
A Note About Transparency:
And though that title makes it sound like I am about to tell you I am related to a member of Daz 3D‘s board, I mean transparency in that the image has an invisible background. Or put another way, just because the concept is hard to describe, that the characters are cutout/free-floating and can be superimposed over another image/background in a super cool way.
To do that, you need to save the images as .PNG’s. Any other format will give them a background, either pure white or pure black. Also, texting transparent images (cut-outs/PNG’s), editing them in most photo editors, and a ton of other things, will cause them to suddenly lose their transparency.
I can’t really list everything I have learned about .PNGs over the past 8 years, but just be careful with them, never edit or compress them in programs that don’t deal specifically with PNG’s — and they should stay transparent.
Given that warning, enjoy!