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2D All the way! / Art showcase.

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z i l c h vortex
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Posted: 12th Mar 2009 02:27 Edited at: 12th Mar 2009 02:33
I thought I would make a thread so that people could post there 2d art here whether its 2d, computer generated, hand drawn anything at all. And have some constructive critisism, ratings or talk about someone's art.

Ill start it off with my pixel art, i will be making more but here it is.




Rate, critisize or talk.
Anything will be appreciated.

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AndrewT
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Posted: 12th Mar 2009 21:00
Impressive! I've been working on my pixel art skills recently, I'll be sure to post something once I have something worthy of posting...which could take awhile.

Tom J
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Posted: 12th Mar 2009 22:35
nice
z i l c h vortex
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Posted: 13th Mar 2009 01:05
Thank you both will be making more soon.

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Posted: 15th Mar 2009 16:57 Edited at: 15th Mar 2009 17:00
Nice building!

Here's something I made a while ago:






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Posted: 15th Mar 2009 18:47 Edited at: 15th Mar 2009 18:47
Here's something I finished tonight. Took me about 3 hours, and was inspired by the work of Mary Blair.

It is titled "Push On"

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z i l c h vortex
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Posted: 15th Mar 2009 20:21
Wow both very impressive what programs are you both using?

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BMacZero
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Posted: 15th Mar 2009 21:50
MS Paint to draw and Photoshop to animate and remove background .



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Photoshop CS3. I don't know my way around it yet that well, as I only began using it when I started working at Infinite Interactive. I used to be a GIMP boy

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z i l c h vortex
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Posted: 16th Mar 2009 02:17
Nice work guys keep them coming.

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z i l c h vortex
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Posted: 17th Mar 2009 12:44 Edited at: 17th Mar 2009 12:45
This is a quick thing i did.



Didnt do any shadows or shading only basic shading.

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Posted: 16th Apr 2009 02:31 Edited at: 16th Apr 2009 02:32
And another new one...just under 2 hours. Nothing great. Experimenting with a new-ish style really.

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BMacZero
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Posted: 16th Apr 2009 03:15
greenlig - Very nice!



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Posted: 16th Apr 2009 21:37
@greenlig,

i like your style(s)

greenlig
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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 00:19
Thanks for the props guys. I am slowly increasing my portfolio, and enjoying it.

This one I showed a few months back, but I'll post it in here. It's a bit big to click the linky to view the monster.

http://glightdev.com/officewars/freaks2.jpg

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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 00:36
@greenlig

That last one looks hauntingly familiar...where did you show it before?



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On this board...probably 2 months ago now.

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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 00:58
Ah, yes, that's definitely it.

Here are a few random doodlings I did in Photoshop a few days ago:







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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 01:35
Cool. Here is a picture I made a while ago. It was meant to be used in a steampunky adventure game but it never got finished.

"Ja, för det är jävligt manligt att ligga fosterställning i duschen och raka röven! Testa det! "

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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 04:18
Nice image Nack. Scanned?

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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 04:33
Ooh, creepy . I have to say it doesn't look very steampunky though. It's more of the horror/sci-fi genre. Nice drawing though .



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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 12:28
Thanks. Yupp it's scanned. It was supposed to be an retired assassin who have had his right side of his body blown off. That answers all the metallic and robotic parts of his body.

"Ja, för det är jävligt manligt att ligga fosterställning i duschen och raka röven! Testa det! "
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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 15:57
Good stuff. My suggests is that you buy a Wacom Tablet. Get one of the Graphires, they don't cost much, and you are set. I have only started using one seriously for a year, and I cannot stress how useful they are.

Your artwork will look so pretty

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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 19:20
Well:



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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 19:21 Edited at: 17th Apr 2009 19:21
@Greenling - I have been thinking of getting one for a while now. I feel it's time to make a purchase soon.

"Ja, för det är jävligt manligt att ligga fosterställning i duschen och raka röven! Testa det! "
z i l c h vortex
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Posted: 17th Apr 2009 21:37
Nice work guys really like the art going on i will be posting soon just got exams really anoying.

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Posted: 30th Apr 2009 12:51
Photoshop


PEN and paper


Photoshop


Join Nation Of Design - A large volunteer graphic making team!

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Posted: 30th Apr 2009 18:51
I really like the pen and paper one its my type of art abstract love it.

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Posted: 7th May 2009 09:00 Edited at: 7th May 2009 09:02
Really nice drawings ZekeGames! I especially like the last one!

I made a self portrait the other day. It went out pretty good, except that the left arm is bigger than the right..

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Posted: 9th May 2009 17:01
Wow dude you look amazing nice self portrait. Nice stance. Amazing art work aswell very well done.

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Posted: 10th May 2009 21:21 Edited at: 10th May 2009 21:26
Heres something I did today, I'll probably redo the stars as they seem all "liney".

Space Art FTW

I have a 5120x3175 version of this if anyone wants it



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Posted: 10th May 2009 21:22
Thats an amazing piece of work is it a render?

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Thanks! No it wasnt rendered but all made in Photoshop CS3

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Here's one I did the other day for a Uni Assignment(the assignment blog - http://inyourendo.wordpress.com)... steam punky fish submarine. Quite 45 minute drawing.



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Posted: 15th May 2009 11:31
greenlig, you're just about ready to go pro

btw, the blog says Team Inyourendo; is the art there all yours or are others contributing?


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Greenlig, i love ths style on that art if you have any more please post.

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greenlig
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Thanks for the props guys.

@ Virtual Nomad - All the artwork is mine. I am doing the art side of things with that project. There will be more posted there this week hopefully. I have another subject I need to draw stuff for too, so I will post that.

I did another pic today. Not quite as cohesive as some of the others, but I am happy enough for a two hour job.

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Posted: 19th May 2009 00:47
What programs are you using thats amazing i love scenic art.

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Thanks zilch. I'm using Photoshop CS3 for all these things. I have only been doing 2D artwork like this for 9 months so far, and am really enjoying it. Like you, I love scenic art, considerably more than character art. I like exploring the space characters inhabit, with the space being a character in itself.

I need to draw a few more images this week, so I will post them when done.

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After seeing some of the art you guys put up here, I am almost embarrased to put mine up

I am not really an artist but I can do isometric buildings to an extent in paint.



If you want to learn how to draw this, follow this link to my youtube video showing you how!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bewLaqbljXc

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Thats really nice dont be embarrased just post everything its really good.

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Posted: 25th May 2009 16:09 Edited at: 25th May 2009 16:09
Another quick concept for uni. I am not as happy with this one as the others...it has some cool parts, but not altogether good. I got bored of the coral pretty quickly lol.



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Posted: 26th May 2009 17:34
The cool and the calamity captured in that is F*@!"@£ amazing.

Excuse my invisible language.

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Wow greenlig your pieces are amazing

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Posted: 29th May 2009 04:21 Edited at: 29th May 2009 04:21
@greenlig: I love your work dude!

Well, I also want to show some stuff
I`m primary working with textures, so do not expect much




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Posted: 30th May 2009 22:42 Edited at: 30th May 2009 22:44
Heres one of mine its not much it was quick its called "The effects of smoking".


@WOLF: Nice work dude like the perspective on that one keep them coming.

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Something scratchy



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Nice work that looks like a perfect picture for a horror.

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Right! I use it as Graffity on a wall in my current Project.

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Yea nice thinking do you mind posting a screenie of it on the wall in your game.

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