I love old school Heavy Metal mags. And you can't have Heavy Metal without a voluptuous woman. I think the slug dudes would wear cloaks to lessen wear and tear on the suits, but I took the cloak off so you can see the "still-suit".
oops edited to link for boobity
edit2 photobucket had a problem with the nudity. I dont think it offensive, do you?
Last edited by mantoe; June 10th, 2009 at 10:19 AM.
I definitely need work in the coloring department
sketchius: nice stuff, liking the mood
Edward B: I enjoy the slug's slimey texture
Genius_Malignus: I like the shell-like heavy armor
Wow its been ages since I posted a DSG!
Well hopefully I can get back to regular daily DSGs, but here is one I am working on, I spent too much time inking it and thought I better post before it gets locked.
Didnt finish it since I was coming up on time constraints.
Hope you enjoy and please critique!
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Watch out for the Slug tank! (not really "desert gear", but it could be outfitted with desert camo!)
About 30 mins quick warmup in Photoshop.
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I loved Heavy Metal like no other magazine. I have almost all of them up until 2004 or so. In the last few years they've taken a severe quality dive-- I suspect that's because the artists aren't doing hallucinogenic drugs as much as they used to back in the glory days.
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Last edited by silentbrain; June 11th, 2009 at 01:53 AM.
Hi everyone, this is my first post on ConceptArt.
Here's the initial sketch:
Diascope - nice sketchy work, I like it.
Sketchius - I like how wavy it all is, nice style to it.
silentbrain - I like those concept slugs. And the final product reminds me of Homeworld concept art, which I wish I could do. Where do you start and finish layer and brush-wise to accomplish that look?
well this was my only idea, so i ran with it. the initial concept was better on paper, but i dont have a scanner.
called slugheads because of their round helmets they were adept at desert combat, and were feared by even the bravest of crusadeing knights.
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