I figured that you've been rocking the 'pirate of the sea' look for a while, so I figured that since you're likely to keep up the piracy itself you might be interested in a look based on a different kind of pirate. I decided to go with air pirate rather than software pirate, and so outfitted you in a leather flying helmet, goggles, a red leather flight jacket and gray wool leggings. Since the whole thing was looking a bit steampunk-ish, I went with a full-on handlebar mustache for the facial hair. Finally, since I agree with Dr. Tectonic about the need for some offensive weaponry to complement your defensive powers, I outfitted you with electricity-conducting gloves (which really should be covered in intricate brass detailing or something, but psh, who wants to do that in Photoshop on a Saturday?). Don't worry, though - they're completely Thirtieth Century. The sparks and dangling wires are all holographically generated in order to look impressive.I like it. What really makes it work is the brass-plated technology on the gloves, and the ginormous handlebar (which I would totally consider wearing). This is good example of how you can take a sharp, classic outfit to the next level by adding the right accessories. The only thing I would have liked to have seen is how my hair looks under the helmet. Since we're going for a retro-future look, I presume it's short, and maybe parted down the middle. I'd also dye it purple to match the mustache, with a punkish lightning-streak of orange down one side. Also, what's all that stuff on the badge?
It's a horrible Interlac kludge that I enjoy very much: Blok with a c inside plus a d e.I knew that.
Oh, and Jonathan included a drawing of me in action:
Congratulations, Jonathan! This one's definitely in the running!