I've always had trouble with machines and anything non-organic.
What I am seeing here, is a Lard-Beast being fed by one of the trasher-vehicles of the BioMedical Waste Disposal Corporation (BMWD Corp), which is mainly financed by the Dr. Fahtmuhncher's Clinic for Happier Life with Less.
Heh, very original (I'm not beeing sarcastic)
oh and also, nice topic. I'm missing some really good ones, but it's always fun to see what other people cook up
Last edited by Lingmerth; June 8th, 2006 at 04:43 AM.
Didn't feel like coloring
capella's lard beast is a cool idea, very gross
Good ideas guys
This one wound me up so much. Maybe its because ive done 4 speedpaintings in a row im not sure, but man. Found myself redoing parts of this over and over, not sure how long i spent on him, must have been aroung 70 mins. Longer then i wanted and im not happy with the final result. Oh well, live and learn.
Went on a bit of a monochrome run:
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every body likes Kisses
I don't often work in sci-fi... or color... or with my Wacom... but, I ain't gonna learn anything if I don't give it a shot now and again, I suppose.
Tablet in Paint Shop Pro 7 (because I'm too chicken to use PSP 8 ) with a couple plug-in effects for the ship, somewhere under an hour...
It was only after the colony was established on Vegara-6 that mining efforts unlocked the turbulent planet's secret beneath its mineral-rich surface. Colonists had already killed off most of the machinery-devouring, earthquake-causing "rock worms" by the time interplanetary conservation groups became involved. Still, the worms might have been doomed had it not been discovered that the planet's rich mineral deposits were in fact a byproduct of the worms, who could devour seemingly anything, from derelicts to radioactive waste to human bodies, and excrete purified, concentrated ores through their many bodily vents. With interplanetary business interests fuelling the conservation efforts, suddenly breeding rock worms became not only economically feasable, but downright profitable. The feedercraft pilots are among the most skilled and suicidal in the colonized galaxy, as it takes a quick hand and near-presentient reflexes to dump a load down the worm's gullet and leave before the monster's reflexes snap its great maw shut.
ok so i started this then my scanner went dead, spent two hours trying to fix it , and install new drivers then realized that the plug came undone. HA. so here is my DS. did it in photoshop.
When all else fails... draw sandworms.
nope ..when all else fails. make jokes.
Fat ugly beast with a mouth on it's back!
Ok, I just wanted a marine creature, but instead of a sketch, I just couldn't stop. I was having too much fun.
Cool topic. Using the chalk brushes in Painter.
Josh, where is your sketch?
Good one Novacaine, I likrethat the transport lookslike a NYC trash barge....so that's what they do with the garbage!
edited to try just a touch of color...
Last edited by pl4y_wi7h_m3; June 16th, 2006 at 12:27 AM.
klys - nice perspective
Painter IX.5 - who knows how long
thought i wud give this a try
dont know if a volcano can be classified as a beast but I think they are
they certainly have characteristics and manifestation.,....sure why not....
welcome all you new people. good to see some new faces around here
Art is LIfe and Life is Art
SeanyD- Nice atmosphere and those blue electro bolts are a great touch.
oh yeah, inspiration: http://screenmania.retrogames.com/ge...s_0001_024.png
Last edited by Tabasko; June 14th, 2006 at 07:35 AM.
Wow awesome tabasko i like lol
Art is LIfe and Life is Art
Tabasko, your monster is awesome oO!!
Last edited by kibu; June 14th, 2006 at 06:46 PM.
My deepest appologies for posting way late. I just joined the forum and I'm trying to be as deeply involved with it as possible
"The remaining military forces arrived with their payload"