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    DSG 864: Open-Ended: GREEN

    [ "Open-Ended" = No guidelines other than that the colour green must figure importantly in the image.]

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    Trying to figure out Painter IX and my wacom, had fun though.



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    ok, first thought, I might do something else, but this was fun, hadn't done anything like it in a while. I'm looking forward to some good posts today

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    "New York never knew what hit them as the evil space blob filled every corner of the city"


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    Green - hmm not very imaginative but anyway heres mine



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    Flip, this was definitely pushing it for me... Took me ages but I learnt heaps! First time trying to define shape without outlines, first time trying to work out a pallette, first time trying to go for anything realistic really...



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    Thats an excellent peice of work Pllick i love it.

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    Thanks man. Wasnt that creative since I just tried to make it look like the ref photo as much as possible, choosing my own colors and trying to pay attention for a couple of hours. Still looks pretty cartoony though

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    something I don't get the chance to do enough off. Was fun working out the details without reference. Hour and half, ellipses were killing me again.



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    dificult topic. took a lot of doodles in world lit to land on an idea.


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    The Famous Green Fairy



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    An experiment designed to introduce chlorophyll as an alternative energy source for astronauts - "Project Greenthumb" went horrible wrong once it reached the primate testing stage. It seems the virus on which the engineered genetic sequence mutated and created toxins which destroyed soft tissues.
    Here is a specimen infected with Green Death as it soon became to be known.
    painter, 30ish?


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    Arrg, not enough time for this awesome topic!


    "The colours red, blue and green are real. The colour yellow is a mystical experience shared by everybody" - Stoppard
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    A quick "Frankie"...



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    hamsta - a year in a row? Come to think of it, I do remember seeing an awful lot of your quirky descriptions while lurking here. Nice work, particularly liking this one for mood and your jetpack one for detail.

    goran - really like your style, looks like you dont waste a single brush stroke. cool colours too.

    machzero - A Mister Two, i take it? Those details look really convincing. Did you start with a sketch or is it 100% digital?

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    Swamp Thing


    Last edited by xenos; September 8th, 2005 at 08:09 PM.
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    Didn't your mommy tell you not to eat stuff you find on the ground?

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    Pillick - done pics of a friend's mister two before, but this one has elements from a couple of cars. Sketched completely in photoshop, same with the perspective lines. If I had a real draughting table, it'll be a lot easier working on paper.

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    Markers are teh fun!

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    This topic brings out the nerd in me. Come to think of it, the nerd in me is pretty close to the surface so I guess it wasn't that hard.


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    Thumbs down Pos Orc


    jarhead1 -I like it alot. I find myself useing gradients like that alot lately.
    Nottingham - Your vector style is always refreshing
    xenos-Nice job man looking great.
    Octothreat - Clearly it doesn't take much to stimilate your imagination
    Hamsta - Holy crap, how did you get a whole year in. Hard Core. Good job on the monkey and story.
    machzero-It shows that you put a lot of effort in on the details.

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    One damn green robot.



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    Green (Day)

    I think if you want to turn it really green you must show the red


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    wow.......the power of green!!!
    great submissions guys

    my wolf is on the prowl for somethin' little & red...



    -oregano, your elf(?) looks excellent, but then there's all that open left-hand space. (maybe the top of a staff?)

    -justin, sweet robot head/torso

    -xenos, if ya ever decide to expand on that pic...consider adding the mutilated body of some hapless greenpeace flunky!

    -hamsta, a nice quick piece. definitely evokes pity....poor little guy. i think i'll call him mojo

    -machzero, GREAT car man! i'm guessing that you're not from the states based on the steering wheel placement.

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    atomicsushi - yo, thanks~! No longer in the states, but my personal car still has its californian tags. And I'll drive any right or left hander, as long as it's manual.

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    Justin, Xenos and Goran seem to stand out from the crowd, great work!

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    Sorry, a bit late with this one...but I really wanted to do a DSG again.

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    late and thoughtless.

    good effort everyone.

    nice to see you posting again xenos.

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