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Spiderman Movie Lumion 01 by Skaramine Spiderman Movie Lumion 01 by Skaramine
Using Spider-Man and Lizard figures, I actually came up with a much better Lumion figure than I thought I could. Also used a Hawkeye head since Spidey's noggin went to making Requin look so good.

This is my light-bridge riding energy controller, a big gun who often turns his solar energies into superhuman strength, though he can fire intense beams of energy. After suffering intense personal injury due to an act of heroism which left him blind, a one-handed amputee and with nervous system damage, a dragon bestowed upon him a transfusion of flesh. This infusion to his central nervous system gave him the ability to absorb solar radiation for a myriad of uses, including creating a reptilian arm of "hard light." He can also manifest his costume as hard light.

His eyes are oversized and red, glowing when using his powers, and reptilian in normal life. He utilizes his "hard light" costume ability to disguise his eyes and flesh as more human, otherwise, his brow and nose are reptilian in aspect.

Lumion's major influences are Green Lantern, the Shazam! Captain Marvel, and the Ice man/Silver Surfer for his conveyance - he glides along on a bridge made of hard light.
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:iconlate-bloomer27:
What a cutie!  Nice work with the arm.
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Skaramine Aug 8, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I thought it came out nice too.  I always considered him more of a Spidey in build, and I really like Jeremy Renner for the role. :)
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secondbest2 Jul 7, 2013
He looks pretty damn cool in those sunglasses....hides his eyes I guess :kiss:
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Skaramine Jul 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks. It also controls the glare when he really exerts. :D
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