If you've been impressed by the multiplayer demo that's currently available on XBL and intend to pick up AoT:TFD next month, or are simply artistically inclined, then check out the latest nugget from EA Inc. They have launched their online Graphics Creator. A fun little tool that allows you to make personalized masks and shoulder armour that will ultimately be wearable and sharable during multiplayer.
You don't need to be a Photoshop guru. The tool provides you with a decent selection of designs and shapes to work with and it's fairly simple to place and manipulate them into a desired arrangement. Simply select the graphic you want to work with from the palette, place it in the work area and shrink, enlarge, stretch, flip or move to back, etc. The colour picker, that's similar to the one in Photoshop, couldn't be easier to use.
There's even a preview option, that allows you to see your mask or shoulder armour on a 3D rotatable model.
You can store up to five devilish designs, that once the game is released, you will be able to apply to your multiplayer character and share them with your friends. Currently, a regularly updated gallery of user designs is viewable and each design can be voted on via a star system.
I've been messing around with it for the past hour, and although I thought it was lame at first, I'm starting to have some fun with it. I'm looking forward to sporting my creations when the game is released.