[ They just get filthy, sometimes. ]
Sci-Fi: WORKERS USE HIGH-PRESSURE HOSES TO POWER-WASH THE MECH
This one was inspired by Goro's awesome work at area-56.de.
EDIT: Fixed the water. Thanks Vulgar!
Last edited by sandworm; December 12th, 2006 at 10:40 PM.
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Great stuff. Goran yours looks 3d.
Last edited by Mitze; December 12th, 2006 at 04:37 PM.
Machzero - I've grown accustomed to your silver bark drawings. The water could be blended into a liquidity effect - other than that, it's metallic vengeance.
Goran - Ah, white tiled backround? The swan shaped water hose is the only thing here that was beastly. Far from your usual, yet right on cue.
Sandworm - Great to see you alive and drawing in here again. At the library and ready for war. "3" in 23 is cut off. This style reminds me of the artist "Sinix" in a way, because in a select few of his artwork I've seen has two characters engaging in comical interactions. Here, the iron giant rusts. Little human disagrees. The water dripping from the copper jaw appears as frost in midair thenstead of the desired object to surface transmission. That's it for now.
Keep doing you
Mitze - Brought out with a roar. While I can almost hear the industrial revolution, the water resembles a streetlight of floating chalk. Repair that misconception and it's off to the factories for this one.
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Great stuff in here! Especially sandworm, cool idea!
William B Hand, thanks always for your helpful crits.
Here is today's, I ended up spending about 1.5 hours and cropped off about half of it here.
This is my first one. Comments and critiques are always appreciated.
Had some time so I thought I would partake in this little diddy.
So, here's my craptacularness.
Oh, how those wacky pilots like to mess with the maintenance crews. hehe.
It is sketchy, but this is a sketch group right?
Last edited by Azrael; December 13th, 2006 at 02:39 AM.
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