Nice work on the metal gear peices. Although I have only played the old school nintendo versions, it looks like you put a lot of effort into these. Also your space heroines are beautiful! Did you reference these, as I think I may have seen something similar at DAZ? Nonetheless, drool drool! Whatever works!
You are one of the only people I've spoken to who has even played the old NES games. Now I'm not the only one!
Space Heroines: That was a character design I executed for a local client. The page is basically a summary of the evolution of the character. He had some pretty specific design ideas and I worked off of his direction. I did ref some models for the pose's and If you are sharp you can see some pop culture homages too! I'm not sure what DAZ is sorry.
Eathworm in a space suit! There already is a character out there called Earthworm JIM. If you look at the character closer you'll notice some differing features like in his eyes, skin pattern, and hair fin. There certainly is a similiarity btw the characters but the client gets what the client wants! Besides Earthworm Jim never got to pilot a walking gambling Robot like this guy!
Man, Has it been 3 months since my last post already!
I have some portraits to post up that I had published in an RPG called "TheDay After Ragnarok" over at Atomic Overmind Press
Drop by my Blog for More information
As Ever, I have more Metal Gear Images to post up.
I'm thinking of putting together a CA Gallery and I'm wondering if anybody had any thoughts on that? is it worthwhile? Any suggestions on what I should put there etc? Also, I am pondering becoming a mentor to one of you fine folks her on the forum. I no Marko Durdjevec ( can't spell that name let alone pronounce it) but I think I have a few skills worth passing on. If you are interested, let me know.
I have a Zombie Stripper / Burlesque Character and the Zombie Hunter to go with her. Both these characters are WIP's but so far what do you think?
lastly we have a pencil sketch and then an attempt to digitally add tone using PS. I'm one of those dinosaurs who has a hard time giving up on traditional media but realizes it's time to step into the 21st Century! So here I go with a tiny Wacom and this is what you get.