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Today's topic is: Misc: Ways to enter an underground city
This is my first post I have done with computer aided painting and it took me a good 2 hrs, please be gentle
Last edited by Jarons20; November 3rd, 2004 at 06:28 AM.
OMG I was gonna do this one but the first two are bloody wicked! The first one is awsome for a first time digital painting and the second one, well the colours and shape are just spot on, perspective to.
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Didn't have a lot of time for this one today, super busy at work...
10mins Open Canvas.
Those who like the rush of adrenaline, and the high wages offered, choose to enter the service of the Royal Tunnel Jumpers, a group of dedicated men who jump into the various airways to the city, performing various tasks such as message running, checking for foreign objects and rescue operations. PS 30 min or so, my comps should be back to normal
The subterraneans relied entirely on the blind Galaori, a blind mole like creature to traverse the mazelike underground.
Here's mine....a quickie.....painter 8....I lost track of time but definitely not more than 30 mins....gotta go back to work on my soldiers.
I almost forgot how fun DSG threads were.
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Nice job Rickster!
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i know, another old one, but these are fun..... hey....at least its something..(btw i know moles dont have eyes....it just looked cool at the time. 8) )
This took about an hour in Painter 8.
I really like the different concepts for this one!
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This was the best I could do. this is my first DSG, as well as my first attempt at something with a computer program--photoshop 7 DSG looks like fun.
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