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These were done rather hastily for my own fun, not meant to look super-professional.
What I lack in technical skill (you're looking at it) I confidently make up for in imagination. I have an overwhelming abundance of varied ideas that I don't know what to do with. Nearly every day of my life, I fill up between one and five pages with thumbnail doodles:
Larger view: http://www.bogleech.com/Art/sample1.jpg
Larger view: http://www.bogleech.com/Art/sample5.jpg
Larger view: http://bogleech.com/Art/monsterdoodles2.jpg
Larger view: http://bogleech.com/Art/monsterdoodles3.jpg
I've also started doing graphics for a couple of flash game projects. I'm not supposed to show them all off, but here's a little chunk of sprites from about three different games:
I have over 400 of these pencil-drawn monsters:
I'm always eager to do concept design for absolutely any project, large or small, paid or free.
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Last edited by Scythemantis; April 11th, 2009 at 06:50 AM.
pretty cool man, I would have to say my favorite one is the snails. When I look at them though, (not saying there bad) it seems as if most of your drawings are derived from a main source then a bunch of "other stuff" are added to it. I think your creations are quit original, but i also think you could come up with amazing stuff if you try to work out side of your style, or start your idea from a whole foundation aposed from ideas branching off of one idea. IF thats how you do it. AND,...DONT !!! be afraid to color, the more you color the better anyone gets at it. your monsters are cool though, great job dude !
Not entirely sure what you mean. Sometimes I start with an idea or a basis but usually I just start sketch and doodle without a plan and pick the things I like.
On an unrelated note here's a bunch more of the insect/arthropod type ones. These all represent humans fused to different "bugs" (like if something other than a fly had snuck into somebody's telepod)
Most of these are older than the ones in my first post, so they aren't quite as good:
Cartoony and horrifying. If that's what you were going for, you've succeeded.
Fun series. I like it, demented and yet cheerful.
my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997
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Scary, but with character and even underlying cuteness is exactly what I go for with this series. The "Mortasheen" world is one where monsters are an integral part of society (much like the "pet monster" video game genre)...and however gruesome or dangerous, none are inherently evil. Most of them are the product of genetic experimentation, while others originate from alien realities or natural mutation.
Their cheesy names and profiles are all at www.bogleech.com/mortasheen.htm for those interested in that sort of thing.
There are other styles I can draw in, but I like to do one style per world/setting
The next few are all "defective" reject monsters, the results of failed experiments:
Reminds me of a cross between Ricky Gervais's Flanimals and weird Spore creations.
Very odd, but I like.
There is no such thing as failure, only early success
I'm a Deviant, Therefore I suck at art
Reminds me of Rat Fink and the 'lowbrow' movement he created.
"Ugly Stickers" had a definite influence on how I draw and were a part of that style/culture, I think Roth even designed a couple of them...
Updated with some of my game graphic work