Comic: Titans-Divinity Episode 03

Comic: Titans-Divinity Episode 03
← FirstLast →

Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below):

Ages ago, a fractured segment of Humankind found themselves thrown across the universe. Frightened and alone, they received no kindness from the beings who claimed the worlds they now inhabited. After centuries of oppression and struggle, Humankind now rules this space, and the Titans are the power that allow them to do so...


Titan Law forbids certain species (although sometimes only specific races of certain species) from entering, living or gaining citizenship within Titan-Space.

These include any species decreed by the Titan Guard to be enemies of Humanity, or those who participated in the most despicable acts against Humankind in centuries past. The presence of these beings will not be tolerated.

Rare exemptions do exist. Upon discovery in Titan-Space, the arresting Titan will decide if there is sufficient reason to stay punishment. If not, punishment will be executed.

Punishment for entering Titan-Space without permission is death.

Titan Law 003 exists throughout all of Titan-Space, in perpetuity, until the end of all time.

Those of you who do not belong know who you are. If you value your lives, do not attempt entry into Titan-Space.

Time for another sci-fi episode of the Titans|Divinity saga. This week we introduce the Titan called Niva!

Titans|Divinity – NIVA


In this episode we’ve met yet another new Titan. Her name is Niva, and apparently she likes to spend her free time just chillin’ in an asteroid field.

I wanted to show here that she (and presumably any other Titan) has no problem existing in a vacuum.

Also, she seems to be even more excited than the other two guys at the prospect of administering “punishment” to someone. Maybe that’s why she was first on the dial.

Niva – 3D Action

Titans|Divinity - NIVA

So this is the first Titans piece I made all the way last year. All those floaty things in there are supposed to be molecules. Although looking at this now with fresh eyes I suppose those would actually have to be some big-ass molecules. Either that or she’s microscopic. Yeah that’s what I meant to do, she’s microscopic..!

Anyway, Niva was actually the first model I made of all the Titans. I was pretty proud of it, but as usual, pride comes before a fall. I was in the process of moving in between different versions of Daz Studio and somehow the Niva original file became corrupted.

Longtime readers of this site might remember I’ve had trouble with Daz Studio along those lines before. I can never say with certainty why this happens. The end result in this case was that the original Niva face was lost. When I tried to recreate it, I could never quite do it, it was always just a hairs-breadth away.

Eventually I became so annoyed at being so-close-but-so-far I just scrapped it and decided to make a totally different face, and so we have Niva as she is now. I am happy with it, but it took a long time to get there. Here’s a quick gallery of some of my attempts to get this right.

The Wrap Up

Ok, we’re all out of Titan action for today, but there’s even more cooking up for next week. Be back then to check it out, and please Like, share and otherwise alert your fellow Human to the existence of this comic if you enjoy it. Until next time, I’ll see you all later!

Thanks for sharing!



John GarrettI'm , an artist and writer who loves Comics, Sci-fi, Fantasy, Web and Tech stuff - also, I prefer food in sandwich form. In addition, the subtle confluence of the ambience of the effervescence can sometimes blah blah blah blah oh hey did I ever mention I wrote two ebooks? Yeah, check these out:

The first one is comics and humor and it's called How to Deal With Stupid Clowns Who Don't Know What the Hell They're Talking About!

The Cold Elf cover art

My other book is a fantasy short story called The Cold Elf. Hatred, Revenge, and the last hope of the Elves...

The Cold Elf cover art

Both now available for Kindle, iPad, Nook and other mobile devices!

« Previous Post:

Next Post: »

  1. Maurice Mitchell (Reply) on Mar 24, 2014

    I love the boldness of the heroine and the art is beautiful John. I’m tweeting it!
    Maurice Mitchell recently posted..Fans Shocked by THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 Villains [Gallery]My Profile

  2. Gary Starkman (Reply) on Mar 26, 2014

    this is really cool, how do you get it to look so good?

    • JG
      Twitter: johngarrettx
      on Mar 27, 2014

      Thanks much, Gary. I just keep working away at my forge, er, computer until the wee hours of the night until it’s finally beaten into shape. Alas, a comic artist’s work is never done…

CommentLuv badge