New Webster World Magazine Illustrations(updated 8-13-2010) ! Massive upload
It has been years since I posted here. I have been very, very busy with freelancing, but I missed the Concept Art community. Here are several images from the past 1-2 years including both Commercial illustrations, personal Projects and other unclassified Projects.
I also have a brand new, fully redesigned Website...so check it out and let me know what you think: www.salamunicart.com
Last edited by Papparazzi; August 13th, 2010 at 08:10 PM.
These are very lovely pieces! My favorite out of the bunch is Demonic because of how dynamic the shading is on a 2D scale, especially around his face. Definitely hope to see more of your work around here.
Welcome back Mr. Salmunic. Please I hope you stay for longer this time. Or jjust stay here.
I just love your lines in your illos. But its the personal that touches me more. ANd thanks for the friends ADD. That felt like a treat.
You are one awesome artist man. Keep inspiring us please.
im glad to see you posting again, i've liked your stuff for a while, i remember a gunslinger pic you did years ago that i saved, i really like the blade pic you did in this batch, keep up the good work
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Love Your Work
Your work is really cool enjoyed seeing your sketchbook I have also viewed the many pieces that you have displayed on your web site. I saw you had a showing a few months back wish I had known, I would have come you are only a couple of hours away. I have to come on this site more often, I have not been on concept art in quite a while. I hope I can catch your next event.
jn2art: Thanks you so much for your kind words. I wish I had posted about the event on here, but I completely forgot as I have been absent from the site for waaaay too long. I will definitely keep everybody updated if there's another showing. And thank you kindly for the high rating...Much, much appreciated!
Illustration for Antenna Magazine. For an article that talks about the first episode of season 11 of Seinfeld. Jerry, worried about his standing as a man, tells Kramer about his plan of possibly getting married. Kramer gives him a few facts of life, as he sees them, portraying marriage as a man made prison and presents a strong case for solitary life.