ASH Fan Art|
Last Updated: 2/7/15|
Scav's "Utilitarian Overload" added.
Back to the ASH gallery
A number of talented artists among the readers of ASH have created pieces
featuring characters from the ASH universe. Previously, they were scattered
about individual pages, but now I'm bringing them together. Note that while
the ownership status may be a little confused (derivative copyright law is a
pain), suffice to say that copying these without asking is wrong and rude.
One day, Joe sent me the picture of WarStar out of the blue, and I was
needless to say very impressed. So impressed, in fact, that I got him hired
by my publisher to do the bulk of the interior art for my superhero RPG,
Modern Knights. Since the default setting for Modern Knights shares a lot
with ASH, you will be able to find pics of the original Solar Max, Devastator
and a few other ASH characters in the game, drawn by Joe.
- WarStar: The pic that started it all. WarStar,
extradimensional warlord, star of the RACCies-winning miniseries.
- TerraStar: WarStar's daughter, who has joined
the CSV for reasons of her own. She inherited her father's strength and has
her own geomantic skills and hard-learned sorcery.
- Triton: Leader of the CSV, shown in his
post-Pyramid Scheme paint scheme. Based on both the kitbash in the main
gallery and on Wil Alambre's wallpaper image below.
- The Conclave of Super-Villains: Shown circa about
CSV #6-8. Rebus is in the lower right, and the rest are (clockwise from the
top): Peryton, Conflicto, Triton, Sultry, Labyrinthe, Burnout (Lana Smith).
- Comet: Shown circa ASH #40 (the HeroClix version
is from later than that). Her costume was turned to ice along with her
during the Battle of Montreal, so her helmet is part of her head.
License: Joe Singleton's online column about superhero stuff. The April
2003 issue features ASH!
and Ladyhawke: Joe takes my ancient Dragonfly design and old Ladyhawke
design and updates them, ironically finishing just before I could finish my
own updated Dragonfly. :)
- Helijet: A more Osprey-like design for the
workhorse transport of the Combine military and ASH. Created in Google 3D.
- GWC Fighter: A bit bigger than the one I
drew, but mine was rather tiny. :) Also created in Google 3D.
I suppose that at some point these pics might move to the main gallery, since
Wil might actually write for ASH in the future. But for now, he's a welcome
reader and fan artist. The wallpapers are hosted on his site, www.wilsego.com.
Todd Kogutt (Scav)
Scav is one of the earliest LNHers, but hasn't gotten involved in ASH at the
creative end. His art has evolved from photomanipulation at the
pixel-by-pixel level (the 2008 piece) to fully rendered 3D art (2015).
Lawful: Andy Burton's much-drawn heroine, sitting in what might be the
Four Strikes' base. Plenty of background easter eggs. 2008.
- Utilitarian Overload: A two-part story in pictures, just another night
out for LL&DD, as it were. 2015.
I-Wei Huang is Tony Pi's cousin, and has done some sketches for Tony. He's
also done some truly amazing steam-powered
- Triton: Yep,
everybody wants to draw Triton in the Strafe armor. This version is a bit
more green than the rest.