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Anything and everything by China Mieville.
For cheap lodging and a bit of adventure, I would recommend the Green Tortoise hostel in North Beach: http://www.greentortoise.com/san-francisco-hostel/index.php
Wish I could host travelers, but I...
My latest portfolio, barring any NDA material. Thanks for looking!
Love it! I just finished the book myself and have been thinking that there isn't enough art for it out there...
Which games is this? I'd like to try it out!
Yep, he teaches at my school! He's kinda known jokingly as the male Chinese artist that paints caucasian females really well, LOL.
Hello Erica! It's Jacob from CAH USA! I've always loved your work, especially your use of color :D!!
Layer management is somewhat important for speed paints as well...
Some environment mock ups that I did in about 2-3 days each.
Thank you, kind sir!
Thanks for these pics! Yes, good photos of this place are hard to come by and I've seen that publication only twice before. I believe Kowloon was also shown in the movie Bloodsport with Jean Claude...
Thanks for all the great comments guys!! I can always count on this forum to give me some great critique :) !
Thanks for the comments and crits guys!
Hey guys, thanks for the helpful feedback!!! Much appreciated!!!
Just an unplanned painting that I've been messing with on and off for a few weeks now. Any comments and crits appreciated, thanks!!!
A few new things.
Oh, I was actually thinking of films that were inspirational in terms of imaginative design. For the most part, I can forgive a mediocre script for beautiful visuals, so I'm not really referring to...
There should be a film list on this thread as well, though I can imagine that will be a hotly debated topic!
Are you only interested in internships in Canada? Let me know... feel free to PM me.
Thanks for the tip Venger! I might try it out, it's PS anyway, cutting and pasting and touching up is not big deal...
LOL! So tone down the value of the sword and change the color to something more analogous to the surrounding blues, if I am hearing you correctly, yes? :dur:
Thanks for the crit! Well the lightest light and the darkest dark are not on the sword/fire only, per se, but on the foreground figure as a whole, but are you still saying that I should tone down...
Updated based on Jason's comments above, and I also widened the piece a little...