DSG 677: Character: Machine-man

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  1. DSG 677: Character: Machine-man

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    This is probably my second or third digital painting ever. I just had to try this DSG thing. It's so inspiring.


    He's more machine than man now really.



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    Omgawd. Sonja, how do you do that?

    Machine Man par exellence, good on ya Jareth. Nice shining metal effect.


    And whoops, shouldn´t have just glimpsed at the topic. Should´ve read it.
    Remebered "Metalman". *tsk* Well, that´s what first jumped to my mind.
    First Cyborg I encountered. The Tin Woodchuck from Wizard of Oz.



    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.

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    Omg Sonja, you've gotta be kidding me

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    Causing much debate during it's unveiling, this platform for prosthetic advancments had a limited AI and could feel "pain."
    Having served it's purpose with no major hitches, this "machine-man" soon faded into the pages of robotic history.
    Painter 45

    That reminds me of Harkonnen, Sonja



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    I typically hate the fanboy reaction to people stuff but Sonja-nine that's awesome beyond measure. Especially for a sketch. OMG!! heh there's my fanboy part.

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    Um, yeah

    Drawing mechanics is something I definitely need to work on, so I'm glad this topic popped up today.



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    It's been quite a while since I participated in the DSG. It's good to be back =)



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    How about Machine-Woman?



    Confession time...
    I did this a while back, but thought of it when I saw the title for the topic. I know it's cheating (sort of), but anyway...

    "Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up."
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    Sonja is a machine

    Yep, I've decided. You are a machine.
    PLEASE tell us you took longer than 1 1/2 hours to finish this one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by oomgawa
    Yep, I've decided. You are a machine.
    PLEASE tell us you took longer than 1 1/2 hours to finish this one!
    Thx Oomgawa. Yeah, i went a lil over time on this one, about 1 hour 32 mins 'ish The longest time i've spent on a DSG for a while!

    Very enjoyable topic though!

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    Really good ones here today!, here is my $.02



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    I think I am gonna start trying to make this a daily habit :-)

    40 mins Photoshop:



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    daily habit is a good idea. That is what I am trying to do. an hour drawing in the morning to get my brian working and the rest of the day pushing puppets arounds.

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    just trying
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    Leo, a bounty hunter that had a bad run-in with a pyromancer, and wound up needing a new arm and eye...my machine-man.



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    machine man inking

    just some pen & ink...feels good to lay down some lines that won't come off.



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    LaRoyce's MAN MACHINE

    I really like the topic. When I was younger, I would always draw detailed designs such as this...I am starting to get back to it.Here it is...


    2 hours with PEN and PHOTOSHOP.

    -later-

    LaRoyce-

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    Female machines are so much sexier



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    dsg/dsg_677_machine_man copy.jpg

    sonja-nine- you amaze me. nice work.



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    Since I had a little time over the weekend I started a new Sketch for the Machinman, and spent a little more time than two hours. 2,5 I think.
    Copics and pencils.



    A tutor once said to me: "Let your mind go!" and it didn´t come back.

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  27. here's a try



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    Long-time viewer (by long-time I mean a week) but first time poster. A few days late, but after seeing the subject, got inspired. I just wish my muse wasn't a night-owl, he usually waits till 3AM to put some inspiration into my head. Little less than two hours, I'm still getting my legs underneath me, both in drawing in general and also using painter and my intuos tablet.



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