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Muscle Suit Back by Shimmering-Sword Muscle Suit Back by Shimmering-Sword
Quick sketch idea for the back of a muscle suit.
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Mursac Sep 10, 2012  Student General Artist
Damn cool! I got hooked on muscle suits after playing Crysis, so it was a treat to find this. I do prefer the "smoother" look this has though.
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Guilty-Slayer Apr 17, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
DA could use more muscle suit concepts. I think I have drawn a total of two. ..
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Shimmering-Sword Apr 19, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
I have muscle suits everywhere, under all the armor :P
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Guilty-Slayer Apr 19, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
Yeah but I want to see more of them rather than the armor sometimes. I just find it so neat how they can be as soft and flexible as rubber or look as sturdy and sheets of metal. Best part of the armor! There's so much going on in that part of the suit.
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Awsome concept! I can't tell wether it's more machine or human. Love the looseness of your lines too, makes it more interesting to view.
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Shimmering-Sword Nov 29, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Looking back this one isn't too good, especially those proportions :P
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:iconsorby:
I've browsed your work and spotted these "Muscle Suits" a number of times. Just wondering: Got any science behind it?

I've heard and read about using meshed piezoelectric materials (And likely graphene-esque fibers for transmitting currents), as a skin-tight suit/sleeve for enhancing speed and strength attributes of the wearer... But piezoelectric materials tend to have a very mild physical change when introduced to an electric current. I've actually toyed with the idea before, and figured some testing of compounds' (Instead of elements'), properties could occur in the future and make it possible. Even some integration of composite aerogel fabrics as insulators beneath the suite/sleeve/second skin.

I dunno. Maybe I'm just a freak. <.<
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Shimmering-Sword Oct 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
lol, I had to read that twice for my brain to follow you past "science".
Definitely no science here, just speculation. I'm not going too extreme with abilities though, mostly just load bearing and added protection against gunfire.
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Nice work, regardless. It's been a nice distraction from my school projects, that's for sure.
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Guilty-Slayer Jan 4, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
You must do more, have you seen that one muscle suit layer thingy from the concept art of Metroid prime?
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