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This was drawn in art rage and then colored in Photoshop. Also I submitted the design to PatchTogether for toy production. If you like him give him a vote. ^_^...
Pencils for a new acrylic painting.
The backs of the lights are painted black so they don't blind me. They float in front of my eyes close enough that I just see past them out the holes. Visibility is surprisingly good. :)
Web Album here!
These were each around 30 minutes starting from a cube.
Here are some recent acrylic paintings and also a quick animation.
^_^ We should do this again!
Art rage sketch.
Quick Photoshop image of Cthulhu for a religious candle. Super photoshoppy lookin'.
You'll see some of the models from the creature concept art throughout this thread.
On a related note Penny Arcade is selling Guild Wars prints in their online store by Daniel, Kekai, Jaime, and Jason. Thought I'd put out the word. :) I'm buying some for sure.
I'll show em more when I got more Doug. Just gotta find more time for color...
Line art for the sketch is located here:
It'll be used primarily for all the things you listed Oven. Actually, I'll most likely be running 3D packages, Photoshop, and games at the same time.
I'm digging through the internet for information on espicy PCs.
I was wondering what kinds of sweet machines some of you may be running on.
So what are your builds? Have you run into...
That image cracked me up Shimmer.
I've been maintaining too many sketchbooks so I'll be posting everything I do over at blogspot from here on out. Keepin' things simple so I can post more often hopefully.
Doug and Matt do most of the creature concept art here. Billy, Barry, and I take their concepts and crank out fully textured 3D models in 3-5 days per creature depending on the craziness drawn. We...