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Hey everyone,

I just had a great idea that will personalize everyone as their own super hero.

This may take some time, depending on how much you want to spend on it.


STEPS TO CHARACTER/HERO AVATAR

1) Create a background/bio for your character/hero. Include things your character/hero may have been involved in and traits.
You can choose to use your own name or create a fantasy name. The information you include will be the "Caption" of your picture.

2) Create your character/hero. Use a computer or draw a picture of your character/hero. If the colors or symbols of your character/hero has significance, add its meaning into the caption with his/her bio.
The possibilites are as endless as your creativity.

3) Give your character/hero a special ability or power. Describe what power your avatar has and how it would be useful for the EVOKE network.

4) Set the picture as your profile picture. After you create an avatar, check to see if others have done the same. Comment on their Avatar.

5) Pass it along to your friends. This is a fun and creative way to get to know others on the EVOKE network.


I know I am shooting myself in the foot here, but I will not be able to create my Avatar until I get home. I think that it is a fun way, once again, to show off your creativity and personality.

I look forward to seeing what all of you create.

THANKS!!

Jake B.

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Comment by Reid Falconer on March 5, 2010 at 9:12pm
love the idea :)
Comment by Jake Baird on March 5, 2010 at 9:13pm
I already drew my avatar.....I will be uploading it as soon as I get off work.
Comment by Linda Holt on March 13, 2010 at 3:42am
Hmmmm - I have an idea. . .
Comment by Jake Baird on March 13, 2010 at 6:49am
thank you all :)
Comment by Leigh Hermon on April 23, 2010 at 9:13pm
Great idea, Jake. I'll definitely have a go at creating my super hero. I actually always wanted to be one so I guess here's my chance :) + 1 Creativity

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