Well, that's the end of the film. Now, here's the meaning of life.
Thank you, Brigitte. M-hmm. Well, it's nothing very special. Uh, try and be nice to people, avoid eating fat, read a good book every now and then, get some walking in, and try and live together in peace and harmony with people of all creeds and nations, and, finally, here are some completely gratuitous pictures of penises to annoy the censors and to hopefully spark some sort of controversy, which, it seems, is the only way, these days, to get the jaded, video-sated public off their fucking arses and back in the sodding cinema. Family entertainment bollocks!! What they want is filth: people doing things to each other with chainsaws during tupperware parties, babysitters being stabbed with knitting needles by gay presidential candidates, vigilante groups strangling chickens, armed bands of theatre critics exterminating mutant goats... Where's the fun in pictures? Oh, well, there we are. Here's the theme music. Goodnight.
Last edited by Prolixite; January 24th, 2010 at 04:10 PM. Reason: Updated
I keep changing this one but something always seems off...
NOTE: Moved first post pictures to this one
Last edited by Prolixite; August 25th, 2009 at 12:02 AM.
You've got some very intresting characters in here. They look very unique, which is great!
For you latest picture.. hmm.. You could try to do something to link the background and the two characters in front.. to me the front and the backround look like two pictures...
Or maybe you could do a little experiment and try to make 2 pictures out of them..
Like the two characters put into another setting, like standing on top of a balcony or a tower, and some dark evil landscape in the backround ;D
And to deal with the monster in the backround, you could do a picture where some tiny humans desperatly try to fight it.
But that are just some random ideas popping up while looking at the picture.. Your characters are really inspiring ;D
I like your idea of splitting it up, i'll try it out as suggested
Thanks a bunch!
Here's what I carved out of the fat demon in one of the previous pictures (as suggested by Demodeus, my sole commentator ;P) as well as an ongoing cityscape matte painting (plate used was a random stock photograph though, I usually use my own stuff, but my camera is dead and i'm broke as Job so i can't fix it... which brings me to ths question: why does everything start breaking when money is thin for christ's sake?).
Anyways, it was just for practice (never done city matte painting, and i did only one landscape matte)
source photograph attached
Neat looking characters you have there, I like all the detail.
Demon Lizardman: Thanks! You're one weird hybrid
1 hour in PSCS4
Jules Winnfeld (a.k.a. Sam Jackson) - reference used of course.
Last edited by Prolixite; August 15th, 2009 at 03:33 AM.
2001 - reference used
...PSCS - 2-3 hours
This one took about 12 hours, custom brushes only.
PSCS-textures from CGtexture.com
Chaos Warrior - PSCS
p.sage: Thanks very much, i appreciate it
DaStreets: Thank you! I'll check you SB out for sure.
Updated sketchbook with new stuff
This update looks amazing, really nice, your sb is crazy, looking forward to future updates
Very amazing (dark) style you have, i especially like the one with the man with the flail running at the beast, develop and finish it! I WANNA SEE IT!
Sketch back if you'd like...
My Sketchbook:Struggling to become and Artist XD
I'm with P.Sage. I have NO idea how you haven't hit like 20 billion pages of comments yet *lol*. You're stuff is awesome. It has a really REALLY dark and twisted feel to it. Its just fantastic!
Maris Brood - from Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Dr. Blindsy: T Thanks so much for your kind words. My stuff has never been very popular, the important thing is that i'm having a lot of fun doing these, and that now and then I get a nice comment like yours that gives me the will to post some more work
Last edited by Prolixite; September 4th, 2009 at 09:59 PM.
about 5 hours done on this one, lemme know what you think and what i should work on/improve, if possible
Thanks, take care.
great start! looking nice, keep it up.
I'm going back to the first one, if you can see any odd perspective in there please lemme know.
Used my own photos as a plate.
Last edited by Prolixite; August 30th, 2009 at 02:52 AM.
p sage: Thanks!
Here's another painting, use my own photos as a plate. Still a WIP, and there is a lot of work remaining to do.
If you wouldn't mind giving me some input, there are some things i'd like to know (if you have any other comments or suggestions, please feel free to post them):
1. Do you tihnk l should stretch my canvas on the right side so that the castle isn't cut off - or should I remove the second large tower to the right to show some more background? Or leave it as it is?
2. Do you see any perspective mistakes? 3. How's the composition?
Thanks very much for your time! And also thanks for looking
Your style ist awesome.
Want to see more
and about your questions...Well, I think it is a pity that you can´t see the whole castle, but I also think that you shouldnßt cut off the right tower. Also like the composition. Don´t know about the perspecitve though.
I´m a total beginner so you should´t give so much thought about my suggestions....
Sarbro: Danke! That's very nice of you. Thanks also for the feedback on the castle; i'll stretch the canvas to give more space to the right side
Here's a quicky, trying some brushes
Last edited by Prolixite; September 4th, 2009 at 04:02 PM.
Alien Quicky - 2 hours or so
Textures for tiles from CGtextures.com
Thanks for looking