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The Nihilist - sketch by Kvlticon The Nihilist - sketch by Kvlticon
Hector's main adversary, whose identity has yet to be discerned. "The Nihilist" is a paramilitary operative who has participated in various illegal black ops on behalf of corporate interests. "The Nihilist" is also an expert battleframe pilot, often seen using an operator exoskeleton ( fav.me/d6xe35c ) equipped with heavy weapons. And of course his codename describes his personal philosophy quite accurately.


Also, helmet designs are a bitch - it gets to a point where everything looks the same as it does elsewhere. But whatever.
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ICEFALCON29 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Student Artist
awesome!
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Warfairking Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2013
I love the armour design but the red face paint kinda screams "Headshots only please"
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Kvlticon Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2013
Perhaps. Though a lot of scifi armor concepts are littered with questionable things these days. My idea was to go with the hockey mask aesthetic (made famous in HEAT and the Friday the 13th film series) - white mask with red markings and vent holes.

I had considered painting a skull on that helmet, but that's already been done enough times on headgear in mainstream games.
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Warfairking Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2013
True, it has been done in many video games but THERE IS A REASON FOR THAT (its not just cuz they think it looks cool or because they're unoriginal). An enemy in heavy body armour, with extensive combat training, who is hard to put down, add on the fact that they have a human skull painted across their face, it's a huge intimidation factor (the more afraid someone is of their opponent the more likely they are to make mistakes). I do appreciate your throw back to classics like HEAT and Friday the 13, and I love the vent wholes in the mask, but I feel a different design with more of an intimidation factor (and less of a bright color) would be more effective for a future soldier (or really any soldier).
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