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January 24th, 2006 #1
DSG 998: Scene: LARGE, SQUID-LIKE, BEAST IS CAUGHT IN THE HEADLIGHTS ON A LONELY ROAD
[ On the list of things you don't want to come across while driving in the middle of nowhere, this ranks pretty high. ]
[ Ranks pretty high for me, at least. ]
[ Then again, I get pretty stressed out that I'm gonna smack right into an eight-point buck, so the idea that some massive, fleshy, pinkish-grey cephalopod might impossibly appear in my path would absolutely rattle me. ]
[ The perspective might be from within the vehicle, or without... ]
[ Oooh I don't remember seeing this one: ]
Scene: LARGE, SQUID-LIKE, BEAST IS CAUGHT IN THE HEADLIGHTS ON A LONELY ROAD
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I hope I understand the subject right(sorry for my poor english)...I draw this at school and then I add some color on photoshop...actualy not finished but I have to post it...
wow this newthing is cool
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OMFG! 2 days! What are we going to do for #1000?
January 24th, 2006 #6
squid-thing on the road!
2hrs 10mins, Photoshop.
I started this using just the standard smooth round brushs because doing gelatinous things with the textured brushs I usually use is a waste of time and effort, then it started to have this cartoony feel so I ran with it. I'm pretty happy with it, having not done cartoony stuff for a while, the lighting is a bit whack, ie why is it pitch black yet the whole ute lit? (lazy artist who hates backgrounds, thats why!!)
Slightly larger image here
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Phew...haven't done dsg in ages. forgot how much fun it is
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January 24th, 2006 #10
OpenCanvas! Mm, dark.
Some great takes on this.
matias' looks so squishy!
GreyBelly's reminds me of something out of a children's kooky book.
Neat perspectives from everyone; love to see all the different views.
Last edited by asbestoshazard; January 24th, 2006 at 03:36 PM.js
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Asbestos, fantastic work... the grit and texture to the scene feels very moody and creepy. I like the gentle fade of the fog from the left to right.
January 24th, 2006 #13