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    MoonchilD- THE LAST SUNSET (last page)

    hello ,my name is David Demaret aka "Moonchild"
    I'm a senior videogame artist ,but I'm now focusing on conceptart and illustrations.

    latest:
    a card art for a cthulhu game
    the library of perganum:





    FIRAXE


    Beauty and the Beast


    10/03/2010
    The Interceptors
    -an unknown alien intruder ...a job for the interceptors squadron
    -this one is more" HARD SCI-FI"
    just like some good friend suggested me to paint nico
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    09/13/2010
    the emperor is arriving on the golden planet...fear!!
    you better hurry man or else you will end in the mines of zandiker 9!
    before you ask,the surface of this planet is composed of giant minerals called pyrite ,that looks like gold...
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    THE BLACK ARROW
    you can view here the BLACK ARROW spaceship accosting the HYBRIS space station for refuel and resupply.
    those kind of spaceships are so radioactive because of the extreme conditions and high energetic environments they explore, that they need special docks ...



    WRECK


    STORMBRINGER


    SACRIFICE



    A warrior's choice
    on the battlefield ,you never know what will happen,except a lot blood spilling,killings and suffering...sometimes you face the unexpected and face destiny.this warrior is in front of a choice,what will he do next?
    it's up to you to decide


    NEW:
    sailing to Achaeron
    dark mood paintling.



    here are my latest:

    black moon ceremony
    (it's a retake)added the bottom part...


    Above and Beyond:
    a painting for an online contest about last days on earth...quick stuff

    hope you like what you see!

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    I Feel you've got a really good sence of mystery and evocation of something deep and profound here. my only crit is the composition .....you could add standing stones that go beyond the limits of the composition that frame he center of interest better.............. In saying that I love your work on this.................

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    Stahlrollin:thanks for understanding the message here,mystery,dark poetic lanscapes ,more like painting a vision than a concept really...

    here are my first images as an illustrator;
    the purpose was to share my visions and open to a new worlds...hope i've succeeded...

    BURNING SOULS:
    "This is a place in between worlds...
    ...a place for the burning souls...
    ...a place where THE GATE is waiting...
    ...waiting and calling...
    soon , a new world will host them...
    a dark or light one...only the gate knows..."

    the second is :
    AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS:
    inspired by HP LOVECRAFT.

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    Nice art work good composition & color scheme

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    Lilith is a mythological female Mesopotamian storm demon associated with wind and was thought to be a bearer of disease, illness, and death...

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    Beautiful works there, full of mystery and wonder.

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    I like the second one the best. It reminds me of a scene from The Day After Tomorrow, but with cool mysterious artifacts or building in the back (which are vaguely similar to the shield generators from The Empire Strike Back).

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    amazing work i really like that u also have a story with the pieces
    that makes it all more interesting, really nice ideas!

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    Icedearth15876,Dahami,`ej
    thanks for the kind words ,makes the heart feel good

    and yes,for me an image comes from a vision ,and with a little story ,sure anyone can see what he wants in any piece of art,but i have also my own background stories that goes with my pictures...that's how i work!

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    the OBSERVER

    this is the "OBSERVER" in the famous observatory known as"SIC TRANSIT GLORIA MUNDI"... named after an old EARTH language.

    it is seen above what is believed to be the TAURUS-9 ocean-world in the orion belt...
    it's by the way a planet wich is very close to EARTH atmosphere ,the earth that is now a forbidden sanctuary...

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    The one with the three structures brings HP Lovecraft's Mountains of Madness to mind. Grand!

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    Hyperdrive exit

    This is the USS barracuda, exiting from a wormhole hyperdrive-jump...tachyonic propulsion were used by the small fleet to exit from it.
    the blurring of the stars comes from the menkeiev/mac coy effect, itís due to the parallax of the stars ;the ship goes instantly from point A to point B in a matter of millisecond and the observer-probe has to adjust enormous distances in that time when virtually it hasn't moved at all ,thus producing a blur.

    (this one is very old school styled by purpose; again ,somewhat FOSS and HARLOCK inspired)
    comments greatly welcomed!

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    here is a study -after "a portrait of jean baptiste faure" by anders zorn
    ho, i have no merit doing this, but this is such a great way to study...

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    That last one is pretty dang cool.
    The sense of depth you get from the contrast in distance is really obvious. But what I love most is the superb lighting. That is done really well.
    Nice job.

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    thanks duman,i really appreciate every little replies i get!
    I'm glad that you like it!

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    Excellent concepts man! I like the way you use light with that bloom-lighting too!

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    Cool stuff! Post more!

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    artistcaleb:
    thanks for the compliment !,I try to take good care of the light (that's why it takes me long to paint my images)

    mariusz:
    yeah I wish i could post more!!but I'm a detail bitch ,and so it takes me more time than usual...working on that anyway...

    ...next,a fanart...

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    Cool, really like your latest paintings, looking forward to seeing the fanart!

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    here it is
    don't know if :it's well known in the US, but it was famous in france ,italy and Japan of course

    CAPTAIN HARLOCK!!!

    known as ALBATOR in france...

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    I love your artwork so much~~thanks for sharing so many great works,its help to improve my skill a lot,look forward your further artworks^^

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    ho thanks a lot!
    i'm glad you love my paintings

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    hi ,this was my entry for the newborn contest (edited)

    ...Once there were giants walking on this earth, fighting each other........fighting for what? For whom? Nobody knows.......it was such a long time ago, it has all been forgotten in the shadows of time.........now, those almost indestructible shells are the foundations of newborn cities...

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    Harlock!!!!

    Chipsterology Sketchbook - Open for crits - 24hrs
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    Smile

    you're a fan ,are you?

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    That's AWESOME!
    How long do u draw already?
    Do you have a book which helped you most?
    How did u learn to draw figures in different angles?

    Oh such a great work!
    You ROCK!

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    thanks LENDA,every comment is precious !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silwynar View Post
    That's AWESOME!
    How long do u draw already?
    Do you have a book which helped you most?
    How did u learn to draw figures in different angles?

    Oh such a great work!
    You ROCK!
    thanks a lot!

    well ,i paint for 9 month now
    previously it was only textures for models...
    and i draw on paper in B&W since i"m a kid ,but never had the courage to go full painting and colors...
    i don't have a book ,i look at a lot of illustrations,read some tutos,and take all critics seriously...

    for characters it's better to have refs (take photos of your friends for exemple
    and always use images for references.and of course a lot of work
    to get good you must never stop

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    Thank you for your answer!
    On paper in B&W?
    I never heard that, perhaps because i'm german? ^^

    So you used refs for your characters.
    Nice to know
    Thank u!

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