Here are another ten.
Unfortunately, what this meant in the early days was a lot of garish colours, ugly figure work, and awkward poses - as typified on the cover of Virgin Ineractive's Agent Armstrong. It's not irredeemable per se, but the pose of the character begs you to look between his legs, where it's clear that early CG technology wasn't quite up to the task of rendering genitals.
Perhaps that explains why he seems so blasé about the imminent blasting of his groin area.
Also: get off my kite, you Winnie the Pooh-esque deviant.
"Nothing. Hold still. Just sniffing between your shoulder blades... Man, that's good."
Like, does he have a car?"
His name? Why, it's Pantraseon, and yes he does have a car. It's a Ford Sierra.