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Cyborg ART
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Posted: 5th Apr 2011 12:44
Errant AI, those are some great sketches! Very detailed!

Guess I will have to contribute as well, this is still a work in progress. But I guess you can see what it will end up as


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Posted: 12th Apr 2011 15:23 Edited at: 12th Apr 2011 15:23
@CyborgArt: mirrors edge I guess

Its hard to find images by me that do not have tits in them.

This is a peaceful piece I made a few months ago:



Autumn



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Posted: 12th May 2011 00:12 Edited at: 12th May 2011 00:32
I just stumbled on to this but I guess I can throw in something of mine...Ah, here we go. This is a dark piece I did a while
ago because I was bored and wanted to try another art style. I named it "Dark Forest" out of lack of a better name.
Its nothing too special but let me know what you think.



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Posted: 13th May 2011 22:13
Errant AI did an excellent job on the weapons and gear. pretty epic. the helmets were done well. obviously well proportions on the humans, though i would suggest staying in the "mechanics and gear genre. well done.
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Posted: 14th May 2011 19:49 Edited at: 17th May 2011 23:59
@Deep Fried Infant
I was wondering when you would post on this thread...I was kind of expecting you to post some of your work? I promise noone will steal it

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Posted: 16th May 2011 00:38
I like the twisted ideas that gave birth to wolfs art but i think he definitly needs to work on the faces, their expressions, and use a skin tone other than yellow. im not saying that i could do much better but i wouldve definitly refined any skills before posting any work. but like i said, i can appreciate your inner hannibal lectre. ill post my own once i get my scanner hooked up.
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Posted: 18th May 2011 00:01 Edited at: 18th May 2011 00:09
Quote: "obviously well proportions on the humans"

LOL.
Just because good and well are not usually interchangeable does not mean that "well" is always the correct word to use. XD Now who is a
grammar Nazi?
this is a little off topic but you should check this out.. so you can
stop being so uptight about it. http://grammar.quickanddirtytips.com/good-versus-well.aspx Good day!

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Posted: 18th May 2011 00:43
i dont know how well this will turn out with my crappy scanner and inexperience. im not good at drawing feet. and those are sperate appendeges not wings.

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Posted: 23rd May 2011 08:03 Edited at: 23rd May 2011 08:04
Quote: "I like the twisted ideas that gave birth to wolfs art but i think he definitly needs to work on the faces, their expressions, and use a skin tone other than yellow. im not saying that i could do much better but i wouldve definitly refined any skills before posting any work. but like i said, i can appreciate your inner hannibal lectre. ill post my own once i get my scanner hooked up."


Seriously?

Wolf's a surrealist at the core. He's like a mix between Salvador Dali and Max Ernst. Two of my top 5 artists of all time.

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Posted: 23rd May 2011 08:58
Quote: "Salvador Dali"

He has the most epic moustache EVER!


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Posted: 23rd May 2011 20:08
I already posted this in my 3D chat thread but I just fealt like conributing something to this thread, I'm very impressed with Rolfy's work and I now see why Errant AI is so good at modelling weapons



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Posted: 23rd May 2011 20:29 Edited at: 23rd May 2011 20:30
@Mazz426: Wouldn't want that thing to be after me...looks terrible. In a good way!


Quote: "I like the twisted ideas that gave birth to wolfs art but i think he definitly needs to work on the faces, their expressions, and use a skin tone other than yellow."


Well, I personally like my expressions, what I really need to practice is shading them (is this the correct word? I mean the light and shadows...). The yellow color is a lot more subtile on the originals. I don't own a scanner (would ruin the feng shui of my desk) so I take pictures with my lil' camera and edit them. That makes some colors a bit ...well...yellow. I appreciate the critics.

How about blue, its less yellow:



I know, I know...a shameless copy. But I love that old Tarkowski Movie so much, I had to do something related to it.

Quote: "i can appreciate your inner hannibal lectre"


Thats...umm...interesting

Quote: "Wolf's a surrealist at the core"


Yes!

Quote: "He's like a mix between Salvador Dali and Max Ernst."


Thats the most awesome compliment I ever received on my artworks Thank you

I'm also a huge fan of both artists.

Now that I have a giant ego, I'm going to post more stuff



Thats a recent piece. Its actually a drawing on a wooden plank.



Thats a bit older...I made it back in the day I was working in an office. You can guess that I wasn't a huge fan of it

I had a reference picture for that zombie on the computer



DaVinci's Lady with an hermeline as a pencil drawing. You don't need to point out the hand, I know it looks more like the claw of freddy krueger than the frail hand of a young lady.



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Posted: 23rd May 2011 23:09
youre right i do like the expressions(or lack there of as in the mouthless girl drawing). the shading of the expressions was the only problem, now that i think of it. I think the picture of the man in the suit was good but i dont really care for it's light background i realise that it was likely difficult to shade a black and white image without obscuring details, but i think that these pictures from your idea of hell would look better with a another teaspoon of hopelessness.

but i do like the blue

dark shades of blue really do help convey hopelessness, sadness and emptiness .

nice job.
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Posted: 25th May 2011 17:36 Edited at: 25th May 2011 21:22
@Deep Fried Infant
well aren't we just the little critic. haha. just joking.

@all
Could I get a little feedback? It doesn't have to be positive, I just want to know what people think.

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Posted: 27th May 2011 04:53 Edited at: 27th May 2011 04:56
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Posted: 28th May 2011 22:43
Quote: "Could I get a little feedback? It doesn't have to be positive, I just want to know what people think.
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Did you make this with a tablet or brushes?

Quote: "but i think that these pictures from your idea of hell would look better with a another teaspoon of hopelessness. "


I don't want them to be so dark and hopeless. it is more an abstract sort of...hopefullness...if you can say that. About what is and what you can change.



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Posted: 31st May 2011 15:49
actually i drew it on gimp a week before i got my tablet.

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Posted: 1st Jun 2011 07:59
Well...hard to give feedback on it.. it doesn't really show anything as it is completely abstract.

Can't say that I like it though.



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Posted: 1st Jun 2011 14:07
Hi!
I had never posted my work here, so some examples. If any serious group wants someone to lend a hand on graphics, send me an email!











http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_k543YzCg0tY/TPezxZ8fUSI/AAAAAAAADqw/HTPLZ6K9J6s/s1600/101202%2B-%2Bscout%2Borc.jpg

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Posted: 1st Jun 2011 17:43
@Wolf
thanks for the feedback and being honest

@tayete2
wow, great work, I'm impressed!

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Posted: 12th Jun 2011 14:43 Edited at: 10th Jul 2013 19:42
New Drawing




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Posted: 2nd Jul 2011 03:31 Edited at: 10th Jul 2013 19:42
Boxart for my current project:




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Posted: 16th Jul 2011 19:51 Edited at: 16th Jul 2011 19:51
I'm a tad proud of this image.lol Just starting to get used to painting in photoshop.


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Posted: 16th Jul 2011 20:33
Nothing artsy, just some work I've done, but: http://designrunner.webs.com/apps/photos/album?albumid=11759616 Hopefully I can put up some real art of mine soon.

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Posted: 18th Jul 2011 06:33
Self-Portrait WIP.

Have a few new ones I'll post soon, too.

Love coming back to this thread, so many good pieces. Love it all guys.

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Posted: 18th Jul 2011 13:57 Edited at: 18th Jul 2011 13:58
Quote: "Self-Portrait WIP.

Have a few new ones I'll post soon, too.

Love coming back to this thread, so many good pieces. Love it all guys.

Regards,
Greenlig
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You look strangely look abit like Keanu Reeves.

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Posted: 18th Jul 2011 17:17 Edited at: 19th Jul 2011 08:04
Lol, I think that's a compliment?

Here's the latest from tonight.

‎"Gus peered through the shattered wall, into the darkness. And it looked back at him."



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Posted: 19th Jul 2011 11:24
I like it, has an ominous quality to it - would be cool to see a point and click adventure in that style.

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Love the faces in the darkness Greenlig adds to the ominous quality which it has like VanB said. Also like VanB I feel it would also be cool as a point and click adventure I could just imagine Gus entering the Darkness etc.

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i agree with deep fried infant. perhaps wolf, you could bring that into photoshop and give it some better colors and value

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No, I actually like my coloring.



Permanentmarker on dirty paper...yay!



Pencilcolors



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Bump?

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Posted: 5th Jan 2012 15:19 Edited at: 5th Jan 2012 16:04
Nice save Van B.
I might as well post a few of the ones I did after my first set back in Augusts.
Battle of the Skies:

Caurelle:


Dantroplia slums:


Dark Nancy:


Lawrence's home:


Contract table (Remake of the clip art of the same name)


Sadly I've been rather inactive in the drawing department lately but my devantART page has my older work (http://tinycboi.deviantart.com/), all my drawing were vector based, before they were uploaded (final images in .png).

Edit: fixed link typo (I might need to shrink the image size later)

Edit the squeal: The image size has been reduce added a few more images with Caurelle being the recent one (but incomplete).

Last Edit: Added the names fixed the image size again.
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Cheers VanB.

I really like the ship in the first one, Cyril.

The second reminds me of an icon from Windows or something...can't quite put my finger on it. Would make good Minecraft art!

I did a new image recently, and thought I'd share it. Good to see this thread back!!

- Desolate Roboscape -

http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs70/o/2011/362/5/4/54f3388650417027900e318db7934bff.png

The image is largish, so just linked here.

Cheers,
Greenlig

Edit: @Cyril - WOW the last two didn't load till I refreshed. Love them!! The second one especially is brilliant. Awesome work.

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Thank you.

Your one is incredible I like the whole lovely landscape in front of the broken down robots it brings a greater contrast between the background and the foreground.

Personally I wish the forum had a preview function, its easier to spot mistakes and problem that way, I still need to fix my previous post.
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Posted: 6th Feb 2012 18:38 Edited at: 6th Feb 2012 18:39
A new piece tonight, inspired by College, for my adventure game.



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Posted: 10th Feb 2012 06:39 Edited at: 10th Feb 2012 06:40
Double Post! In yo FACE!

Just finished another image for my adventure game.



Thanks for looking,
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Posted: 11th Feb 2012 12:44 Edited at: 12th Feb 2012 03:34
Awesome. greenlig!

I can't compare with you guys but here's something I did today. First proper picture I've done on my tablet.

Ranger concept for my RPG.






http://uriahgroves.deviantart.com/

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Posted: 15th Feb 2012 01:52 Edited at: 15th Feb 2012 01:52
Hey Fuzz, I like it. I spent a lot of time drawing epic fantasy characters when I first got my tablet too! Be sure to post when you do more!

Greenlig

EDIT: Taswegian's represent I'm from Launnie/north-east area...I take it you are further south?

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nice to see that this thread has continued ( although slowly, as it usually does) i will contribute with something quite different, and i think, very appropriate, An image that has been made with dbpro! (with a little help from Photoshop )

and btw really nice pics everyone! really awesome paintings greenling!

and fuzz, you can compare to us here! thats a really nice image, personally i never do anything on the tablet because i find it harder, but you have got the anatomy quite well there, although he definitely looks quite robust

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and another post for my second image! hehe

for me, these are really easy and fun to make so if you want more, just ask

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Hey, those are cool noobnerd. Is that done with particles, then a filter in PS? I really like the idea of using DB stuff to make art.

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Quote: "Hey Fuzz, I like it. I spent a lot of time drawing epic fantasy characters when I first got my tablet too! Be sure to post when you do more!"


Thanks man uploading more soon!

Quote: "EDIT: Taswegian's represent I'm from Launnie/north-east area...I take it you are further south?"


Nice, man! Yeah, down at the Kingston area

Quote: "and fuzz, you can compare to us here!"


Thanks man.

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Thanks! its done with the rope physics snippet i made (it can be found in code snippets ), it can be slightly modified to produce colors, and the i screenshot it and aply spatter (brush strokes/spatter ) and then anisotropic filtering a couple of times (stylize/diffuse/anisotropic )

it can produce some quite interesting results if one tries a couple of times
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My possum warrior

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Really enjoy seeing everyones art work. there is a lot of talent here.

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Rabbit warrior I did for the college competition. Will upload a picture of the painting when it's done.



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Fuzz you havent by any chance happened to have read the redwall books?
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Quote: "Fuzz you havent by any chance happened to have read the redwall books?"


Is that the book series with the talking animals? If it is, I kind of remember a mouse character or something. Would of been 10+ years ago that I first saw them.

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Posted: 26th Feb 2012 07:28 Edited at: 26th Feb 2012 07:29
I doodle a lot, so I thought I might share some stuff I doodled just recently today.

Here's a little concept I was thinking up. It's a tie in between Pokemon and the anime Death Note where Smeargle finds a death note. I think it's sort of clever since Smeargle's tail is just a massive paintbrush, but that's probably just me.



And here's me practicing a short anime hair style on a tomboy type character. I need to get better at eyes and hair, specifically, haha. I'm still learning as I go.



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