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Iron Man 3 by PATotkaca Iron Man 3 by PATotkaca
... I took such a long time to finish this... the main cause was laziness to search for a reference.. and when i have found it, i'm too reluctant to turn on my computer and to draw while staring at it... OTL but i can finally get it done! yay! :boogie: and at the end of the drawing, i completely have no idea for the background.. so i just colored it randomly, like that.

Iron Man 3 was a really great movie, but it's not my favorite Iron Man, many say the third is "the best iron man ever" but to me, the first one is the best, the third is my next favorite, and the second the last. Somehow i didn't enjoy Iron Man 2 as much as the others.

Iron Man 3 was funny, thanks to Tony Stark's witty, sarcastic and... selfish character that added more spice into this movie. My favorite moment was when Stark decided to leave Harley just like that.. ("ooh.. i know that.. because.. we're connected!" *drives away*). But Stark seems to be a secret agent in this movie, rather than a genius-playboy-billionaire-philantropist who builds iron man... Nevertheless, it was veey enjoyable..

Please rate and comment!:D and perhaps share your opinion about IM3 too!
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tomytieneblas74 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing job on the characters ! :D
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PATotkaca Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you very much :D!
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tomytieneblas74 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Anytime !
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Xiilnek Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2013
I share your opinion - IM3 had its good points, had some interesting ideas, and I really liked that the whole thing had an overarching theme (Tony Stark makes Iron Man, Iron Man doesn't make Tony Stark) but there was something about it that just left me overall thinking... eh. (Probably the ending.) I haven't seen two recently enough to know if me not liking it as much is due more to the fact that no one else seems to like it, or to the fact that I HATE being embarrassed for the main character and IM2 had a lot of that. XD But the first one was definitely the best. It feels like it has a much more complete story than IM2.

I really like the way you've done Tony's outfit here - I loved that shirt! It seems made deliberately to perfectly show off the arc reactor. And Rhodey being in the middle! And the Inappropriate Bunny floating over Pepper's head (and hopefully being shot to smithereens by Tony). I like the whole thing! Thanks.
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PATotkaca Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This time Iron Man appears to be full of action. The ending was not to my liking. Stark isn't quite Stark without his arc reactor. It seems to me that Iron Man 2's story is somewhat shallow..

That shirt was really cool. But i made a mistake of drawing it as a loose clothing OTL. I thought i was never gonna finish drawing the half Iron Patriot suit... That toy was weird. No wonder Pepper didn't like it... Last but not least, thanks :D glad that you like it :D
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Xiilnek Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2013
Yeah I'm glad I'm not the only person who didn't like the ending. (For 'didn't like', you may also read 'hated'.) Tony Stark does make Iron Man, that was a good message, but you can't be a superhero without the armor. And even aside from what one person pointed out, which is that there has to be so much scar tissue around the arc reactor that it would be really dangerous to 'uninstall', but it said all sorts of symbolic things about Tony's character too. I know the arc reactor isn't in a lot of the comics, but for the movie Tony I really don't feel he's him without it.
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PATotkaca Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
For people who have "fallen in love" with Iron Man, the ending is just very disappointing. By taking the arc reactor out of Tony's chest would've left a gaping hole... *just realized* He's not 100% Tony Stark without the arc reactor, really.
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Xiilnek Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013
Yeah, the housing for the reactor is pretty huge. Even ignoring the whole scar tissue thing, the amount of reconstruction they'd have to do would be ridiculous. Does movie!Tony now have a bunch of plastic sternum-whatever in his chest or what? Which isn't even considering the fact that the reactor's housing must have been anchored to many of Tony's ribs to keep it from moving around inside of him and putting too much pressure on his organs. How would they remove whatever Yinsen used to anchor that in?

Okay, I'll admit it, what I really want is a ridiculously detailed account of how the procedure was done. Even then I'd be unhappy with Tony choosing to have it done, but at least I'd also be fascinated. I don't really get his reasons for taking it out, either. I think IM3 was trying to frame it as him having been too scared to get it taken out and put something more 'normal' in its place, but Tony always seemed to wear it so proudly in the other movies. It'd be nice for him to have something keeping him alive that couldn't be taken out as easily as the arc reactor can, but Tony could just have easily have put some security on it. Like a password. (As long as he resisted the temptation to make it something like, 'Iron Man is awesome'.)
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PATotkaca Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow... You sure have thought a lot about it. Even if it's a movie it's just too illogical... I realized that after reading your explanation.. They could replace his sternum, it's pretty possible, just like how old people replace their patellas. But anchors would be hook-like things that can't be taken off, they'll have to cut trough the ribs but it's just too much.

It'll be very inteesting if the procedure is explained. That arc reactor has brought him benefits as well, besides having kept shrapnel out of his heart, it also protected him from being hypnotized by Loki.. So basically i can't find a good reason that would convince him to get rid of the arc reactor. Having a security would be a great idea. So the thing that Obadiah did can't happen anymore, but with that personality of his, i doubt that he can resist :D
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Xiilnek Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2013
Well I've thought too much about it, and read too much about other people thinking too much about it. XD A lot of it's stuff other people pointed out that wouldn't leave my brain alone.

As much as I'd love to see it explained, I'm pretty sure handwavy science is the signature of comic books and comic book movies. So sadly I don't think it'll be a priority in their story telling. And, like you said, there's the fact that his reactor is apparently magic proof? Which is a cool little bit of weirdness that we may never get to see expanded upon now. D:

It's just... wrong. He doesn't feel like HIM without it. I'm trying to imagine the transition, getting used to having that much metal square in the middle of your chest, having it there for years, then getting used to it being gone. Weird.
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