Featuring the collaboratudenative bizarrementicactivitiveness of Moai, a giant stone head from Southern California, Burhtun, a dude from Virginia notable for formerly having long hair, Villa, who will have a quesadilla, and fersteger, who I do not know well enough to write anything mildly humorous about. Together, we will strive for the unique and the strange.
Rest assured that a hillarious group shot/photo collage will soon grace this first post.
Last edited by Moai; December 24th, 2009 at 11:46 PM.
Bought my first LCD screen. It just arrived today. So much more space! Don't have to worry about all those photoshop toolbars getting in the way anymore. Now I need a faster computer so I can throw some big honkin brushes all over this sucker.
Sup, let me join the team. Nice double monitor. I wonder how it is painting on a huge screen, like a full canvas size screen and painting from across the room. That'd be nice, like how Android does I guess.
So do I need to put my name on a list in another thread or anything??
Man I just looked at your team thread from last round, awesome stuff. Let me know if you've got an open spot then.
Last edited by fersteger; December 12th, 2009 at 05:28 PM.
Happy holidays, fellow Bizarre Collaborators! I'm going to be off visiting family for the next few days, and I imagine many of you are similarly busy, but when we get back we need to start getting to know each other and discussing how we want to go about this.
In the previous round, my team used MSN Messenger to meet and discuss things. This worked well, so I'd like to do that again. So, if that sounds like a good idea to you, download MSN messenger, and click the little icon below my post and thanks count to send me a message or add me to your contacts list.
Here are some ref pics with cool flat graphic areas/rendered areas style. The titty shot is cool because it's showing the style in real life, and it's selma hayek's anatomy.
Not that any of these are what we should copy, just some ideas, and klimt.
None of these have a tarot style at all though... except that first one.
Also, we should check out waterhouse, a lot of his stuff is finished with loose nearly graphic abstract BGs.
Cool references, dudes!
Here are some images I'm using for my King of Wands. The card is very fire- and desert-themed, so I'm finding some Egyptian and Ethiopian references. Plus, refs for his pet fire salamander.
Using photobucket to bypass the tedious uploader.