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Deadpool Redesign by SplendorEnt Deadpool Redesign by SplendorEnt
Another redesign of Deadpool. I wanted something that'll work on screen and still be true to the character. (No he doesn't have his teleport belt).

Wade Wilson only wanted to to travel to far, exotic places, meet new and exciting people, and then kill them. Then he got cancer. Now he hunts down mutants and kills them for shiggles and money. That's the short version of his story (my version). He'll be that bad guy we all love.

This is also a teaser for a teaser I'm working on. You've been teased. ;-)


SPLENDOR ENTERTAINMENT: A MOMENT OF GREATNESS :film: :thumbsup:B-):peace: God Bless.
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but keep deads eyes and the same
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:iconkerevon:
Great again. Love the translation to a slightly more realistic outfit. :)
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SplendorEnt Jun 19, 2012  Student General Artist
Thanks. Spandex doesn't really look good in real life.
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:iconkerevon:
No, it does not.
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SplendorEnt Jun 19, 2012  Student General Artist
You'd figure cosplayers would have figured that out by now, but :shrug:
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Aye. What cosplayers (all too often) forget is that superheroes have an element of utility to their outfits. So if you're making a superhero outfit, try to imagine what someone could actually conceivably wear for situations. For instance, I imagine that the Superman RD suit I designed is actually a cotton/polyester blend similar to what's worn in flight suits for the military. The reason it's tight is not the fabric, but because it's actually a bit too small on Clark's ginormous frame. Honestly, that's why the Nolan-Verse worked: they designed a suit of urban armor, not a superhero outfit.
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SplendorEnt Jun 19, 2012  Student General Artist
Yes! Comic book purists need to allow for some creative freedom and medium interpretation on super hero costumes.

I tend to create hero costumes with movies already in mind, so costumes tend to be more practical looking.
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'Tis a good idea. I tend to design costumes with practicality of movement, economic conditions of the hero, and powers in mind.
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SplendorEnt Jun 20, 2012  Student General Artist
Yes! Those are all uber important when designing characters. It's not simply an aesthetic thing, costumes are supposed to be a reflection of the hero (which is a reflection of the alter-ego). That's why I like your redesigns, and comments. You get that aspect of the character. Maybe it's an actor/writer thing. ;)
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Droakir Jun 18, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I like the design!
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