But I recently ran across this website: fabricadeherois.blogspot.com/ The art is in the style of Bruce Timm, who is best known for his work on the animated Batman and Justice League cartoons. It's got a minimalist and stylized look to it that's a nice alternative to HeroMachine, which is stylistically eclectic and often produces rather cheesy looking portraits.
Unfortunately, the site is in Portuguese (I think), so it might take some fiddling with to figure out what buttons do what. It's fairly intuitive, though, and similar enough to HeroMachine that it shouldn't be too difficult to navigate.
It's pretty nifty though, so I thought I'd share it with the community!
Post by Kaimontfendo on Jul 18, 2008 10:05:51 GMT -5
Thanks, but I think I'll stick with Heromachine. At least it's in English, so I don't have to bumble my way through, trying to figure it out. This one has a lot of options, but that doesn't mean much to me when I can't read them.
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Post by Pope Mega Force on Jul 20, 2009 21:22:35 GMT -5
Comicfan has it right. The fact that it's in Portuguese doesn't even matter. Change it to English and you've got the perfect hero creator. You can even move things around to adjust them properly. Want a man holding his own head? Done. Seriously, damn near perfect. My only problem with it is that you have to refresh in order to get a different pose and there aren't many female poses. Though I don't think I'm exploring things enough.
True, but thats only with the newest they released. The other version you were stuck in portugese. This new one though, Pope is dead on. While the pose may not look as good as the other version, the moveability and resizing options really helps customize alot.
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