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Talason will haunt my imagination for a long time. Well done.
WAAAGH!!! A little "smooth" looking for 40K, but well-done nonetheless.
Really great technique! In my imagination, the battle between Spherebot and Dino McBigjaw is epic.
Extremely evokative work. Well done! I especially enjoyed the geometry in the arctic boat piece.
The cloaked figure riding the dragon is gorgeous. Makes me wish someone would take you on board for a Lord of the Rings game!
The little dude with his fist raised is inspirational.
The day / night comparison shots are Super Effective.
I'm a recent graduate from a well-regarded school of architecture who is beginning to realize exactly how little that's worth. I'm also beginning to realize that the field is not one I love enough to...
Amazing composition and energy on the top one! Good luck finishing it up.
I'll never trust babies again.
Really enjoyed the quick oil studies, especially how you presented them. Clever!
And for the pieces... beautiful lighting on the angel, and the King of Elephants made my day.
I like the aerial shots. Reminds me of the first two Fallout games! And that face... oh, god, gonna be seeing that one in my nightmares for a while.
Epic gore spray on that last one.
As a recent graduate and Young Design Professional and such, I'm in dire need of a personal business card. I want this to be my general "artsy" card, for architecture, comic and illustration work.
That monologue has been going through my head during this entire process.
I just finished putting together a few ideas for my first personal business cards, but I'm kind of stumped as to where I can go to find an online community to critique it. I assume any general...
I'm working on this promotional piece for my friends' ukulele / tuba cover band. Pretty epic, I know.
I rarely work with color, so finishing it up is proving to be surprisingly difficult. Here are...
Really really dig the Vulture and Penguin. Lot of character in those guys, and really nice edges.
You win at color.
I've got 10,000 credits on the Rancor. Great sense of movement in that piece!
The two of the kids is pretty much how I wish my own childhood was.
...is that second one Alexander from Final Fantasy 9? o_O
The step-by-step turned the awesome rating on this one up to 11. Killer job.
Agree with what's been said on perspective, and might I add the color palettes for each piece are excellent, as well. I'm especially fond of the jagged strokes in the second image.
Orks is for Rockin, amiright?