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    The Stuff of Eric Quigley

    Always looking for work, always painting, and always having fun doing it.

    I'm trying to stay away from lengthy introduction stuff, all about me and my work can be found in my links at the bottom. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask!

    Website: www.ericquigley.com
    E-mail: quigleyer@gmail.com

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    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

    LOOK AT MY WEBSITE!
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    LOOK AT MY BLOG!
    LOOK AT MY DEVIANT ART PAGE!
    LOOK AT MY FINALLY FINISHED PAGE!
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    amazing stuff!
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    Great work, some really scary creatures!

    ~Slayer
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    I love this kind of fantasy art. Great work!
    You must learn patience in order to have the patience to learn.
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    Hey, you're from Blacksburg, too! Great stuff. Ever come on tech campus to look at work?
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    Thanks guys, Here's two more I just gone done.

    The Stuff of Eric Quigley

    The Stuff of Eric Quigley

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    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

    LOOK AT MY WEBSITE!
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    Solid works, your colour theory really works for me! The first image of the executioner type character is still fantastic!
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    Good stuff man. My fave would be the feather head type giant. Really nice design.
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    Pavel- Thanks man. It's still a little frustrating that the "best" piece in my portfolio was done a year ago. I have something to show next week that might be able to rival it... I really wanna show this piece! Check back next week-ish?

    Thanks Luskan, I really want to re-visit that one. I just got some "bigger" contracts (lots of work), so I don't think I'll be able to do it any time soon.

    Here's an update for something I know I'm good to show. I have quite a few pieces I can't show until a good amount of time from now. Oh woe is me.

    This particular piece was for Rite Publishing. They put out a Pathfinder e-zine every month and I did the cover for December. The work was the banner and the gnoll, for the final they put some brown texture stuff on what I was using as a background while painting the gnoll (which is seen here as that purple-ish/blue-ish...gray-ish flat color).
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    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

    LOOK AT MY WEBSITE!
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    BAM!

    For Chapter 13 press's new release Tales from the Fallen Empire. Can be found here and here.

    Thanks for looking!
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    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

    LOOK AT MY WEBSITE!
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    Dude, not to overshadow the chapter 13 piece, but I LOOOOOOOOVE that gnoll!
    "...To spend my life relentlessly producing instead of sedately consuming..." -xkcd

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    Slowly populating my It's Finally Finished thread!
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    That is one awesome Beholder! I love the entire scene you have going on in there. Impressive work!
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    Pinkas,

    I've been trying to think of ways to present that piece. I know a lot of publications pay for a simple character on a white background, and I think that's one of my better renderings, but it looks a little odd placed next to everything in my portfolio. Maybe I need a few of these before it doesn't look so weird? I've got those "pencil drawings" but I don't know if I want to show anything else monster related in my portfolio. What do ya think? Maybe I'll throw a hint of a cast shadow, some textured bars and my logo? Thanks for posting man, always good to hear from you!

    Oddrick,

    Thanks man, the beholder was a fun one. I've got the mind to go back and render back over top of that, and the cyclops (they seem like "older pieces" that get a lot of attention, but aren't rendered up to what I am able to do now). The cyclops in particular needs some touch-ups, but I'm a little swamped with contracts right now. Woe is me. Thanks for posting!
    "She took the ice cube trays out of the freezer. What kind of a sick bitch takes the ice cube trays out of the freezer?"

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