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Thanks Misty! Far from rusty, I'd say my pixel art skills have definitely improved.
Here are a couple of hand studies, posing with my left while drawing with my right. The proportions are pretty...
Thanks a lot everyone!
Here's my first serious attempt at pixel art since 2011. Hard to believe it's been that long. 11 colours.
Thanks again Gregor!
Here's some sort of hovering creature, inspired by jellyfish and fungi.
I'll do a breakdown of my chromatic aberration effect here. Disclaimer: I am not a professional programmer. At best, I am an optics and computer graphics enthusiast who remembers most...
A tiny dragon guarding his tiny treasure hoard.
Thanks again Misty!
Here's quick doodle with some chromatic aberration that I generated with a bit of GLSL programming:
And some quick studies from random locations in Google Street...
Sketching the view through my bedroom window at sunset after a rainstorm.
Here's some plein air sketching from a few weeks ago.
Very simple environments from imagination to practice lighting and atmosphere.
I started a Tumblr last week. For anyone interested, the link is in my signature.
It has been several months since the last time I checked the lounge, but this makes me glad that I checked today. Love it.
Another experiment that I've been toying with for a little while. I programmed a shader that can extrude an image into pseudo-3D based on colour data, complete with either solid or translucent cast...
Here's a set of images which demonstrate how the past few years have affected both my art skills and the exterior my wireless mouse.
The view through the door of my bedroom from my computer chair at 2 am.
sketch of an impractical sci-fi bomber jet
Quick and mindless things.
Over the past few weeks I've been teaching myself to program shaders in GLSL. I started learning mostly out of simple curiosity and not with any specific applications in mind. I think it would be...