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I decided to start one of these up now that I've actually looked around the forums and learned how the system works. (thank you, all of you who didn't yell at me for posting too much in the wrong place) I'll be rectifying the situation by cramming all of my pictures in here from now on.
I appreciate any help I get so fire at will.
I'll start off with my latest picture that was the culprit for bringing me here. It was an experiment in color theory, depth, and an attempt at composition. Normally I time myself for what has become known as "efficiency", but I just let loose this time for the sake of adventure.
For the anthro/furry people
Last one for a while:
My first photoshop landscape.
By the way. The one at the top was the latest as of this date, and the last couple of posts are actually from before that one. They're kinda out of order, but they'll pop into a rhythm from now on)
Thinking about putting in a better background and throwing it into the ComiCon concept art contest. If I choose not to, here it is.
Last edited by JokerLite; August 4th, 2009 at 04:08 PM. Reason: Image was WAY to big...but it's stuck there now, so whatever
An undead take on Peter Pan.
The pain stealer. Designed for a game that needed a warrior who's only purpose was to take damage.
This one was old, but I decided to put it up anyway.
This one was done recently. Just a little speed painting stuff. I'm going to try to start posting stuff here again.
As always, the larger versions are on jokerlite.blogspot.com.
it's clear you've spent some care and attention on your landscapes:
but can you post some drawings as well? i'm a little concerned about your structure.
Yah! Let's post some new stuff Mostly because new stuff is shiny and fresh and smells like something like chocolate chip cookies. (At least in my mind they do.)
Glad to be back though. I might hang around here for a bit longer this time.
(Please feel free to Comment Away. I need lots of "add this" and "scratch that.")
Let's start with Quick Sketches
These are basically quick things that aren't done and need more to pop. I usually work on finishing things like these during my free time.