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noobnerd
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Posted: 26th Feb 2012 15:06
@ fuzz yeah it is, i just remembered the books from your animal pics, they reminded me of them.
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Posted: 27th Feb 2012 05:47 Edited at: 27th Feb 2012 05:54
Quote: "@ fuzz yeah it is, i just remembered the books from your animal pics, they reminded me of them."


Thanks I guess that's good! I've never read any of the books though, might have to check it out.

So I finished painting the rabbit today.



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Posted: 29th Feb 2012 15:57
watercolor? nice, but i dont like watercolor paintigs! ( except the truly insane ones )

might be because i suck at painting
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Posted: 1st Mar 2012 05:06 Edited at: 2nd Mar 2012 04:33
This is the first thing I finished on my new tablet, heh. It's a self portrait.



[edit] I finished this today, and it's my second drawing on a tablet, heh. It's titled, "This is the tablet that will pierce the heavens."



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Posted: 2nd Mar 2012 15:21 Edited at: 2nd Mar 2012 15:22
nice work cheesecake! like it, the pose pose is really well done.

a hmm fashionaware err badass doodle i made at school today just to practise my technique. Its made with pencil. i took the photo with my phone so thats the reason behind the odd coloring. added some contrast with photoshop.

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Posted: 2nd Mar 2012 17:15 Edited at: 2nd Mar 2012 17:16
and shameless double post for the colored edition. (Photoshop)

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Posted: 2nd Mar 2012 23:11
Nice job!

Here's one that I finished today. More practice. It's one of my friends wielding a giant breaker blade.



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Posted: 9th Mar 2012 03:10 Edited at: 12th Mar 2012 01:16
Hey there peeps. Thought I'd drop off some of my drawings. Did these in that last couple days. They are not original concepts, but pictures I thought were cool that I found on the internet. Threw them up on my monitor and penciled them into my sketchbook.

I could have spent more time making the lady's face better, but I'm gonna chalk it up to impatience and the area not being big enough to shadow it right.


There are some perspective issues going on, but I think the overall look turned out decent.


EDIT:
Here is another I did last night.




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Posted: 12th May 2012 02:22 Edited at: 12th May 2012 02:25
Made this one yesterday night for my profile picture, but inadvertently got myself carried away with lighting. So here the final upper body below. Made in Inkscape.



And this is the layer composition (Edit: Reduced to Link from image because of image size):

http://tinycboi.deviantart.com/#/d4zi7v3
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Posted: 12th Jun 2012 13:00


The main character for my horror game that I'm working on. Still W.I.P

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Posted: 16th Jun 2012 07:51
New one from the other day.

Lost Places - 1



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Posted: 16th Jun 2012 17:19
greenlig, your work is amazing! So jealous haha

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Posted: 16th Jun 2012 17:22
Fuzz, Tassie is where all my inspiration comes from! North-East, with a bit of Tarkine mixed in

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Posted: 17th Jun 2012 07:49 Edited at: 17th Jun 2012 08:02
Very cool man! Tassie is a beautiful place!

Updated version of the character I'm working on.



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Posted: 17th Jun 2012 09:13
Looks cool, very Nathan Drake

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Posted: 17th Jun 2012 12:39
Yeah it was inspired by Drake

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Posted: 8th Jul 2012 12:16 Edited at: 9th Jul 2012 16:28
Enemy concepts for the horror game I'm working on.






Main character.



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Posted: 10th Jul 2012 09:22
^^^ Looks cool! Which game?
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Posted: 10th Jul 2012 09:50
Thanks, MMM. It's a 3rd person horror game that I've been designing for a bit over a month. I've got a few friends to help with 3D and music but sadly no coders.

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Posted: 11th Jul 2012 14:45
Some great looking pieces here, I especially like zeroSlave's pencil drawings. I'd like to see one of those done in ink, like a traditional comic book style.

Would be interesting to hear what tools you use, what software, even go into how you guys work - always helps people to get started when they know a couple of good techniques.

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Posted: 9th Aug 2012 07:35 Edited at: 9th Aug 2012 07:38
I like the crazy dude, Fuzz. I've wanted to do something similar for a while.

Here's a new one by me. The attached picture is a big version.



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Posted: 10th Aug 2012 01:44 Edited at: 10th Aug 2012 01:44
all your art is good, greenlig, but that might be my favorite (subject matter) so, we've seen reference to projects and games... anything 'complete'? ie, where can we see the art put to use outside this thread?

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Posted: 10th Aug 2012 07:01
Thanks for the kind words, Nomad. Also, I haven't seen that blog in ages!! Cheers for the memories, haha.

To be honest, I don't get to use my art, at least this style, outside my personal enjoyment. I've worked as an artist on several games(Facebook, iPhone, PC, etc), and as an arcade game designer (www.laigames.com), but nothing that focusses on really putting my art together in a sweet game. I really don't know where I want to go with it though. I'd love to make a really ambient adventure game, or something with a bit of gravitas. At the moment, I'm just making art, and working on other games to pay the bills!

I do have a blog that I update every few months (driveabear.blogspot.com), and you can see some of my stuff there.

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Posted: 12th Aug 2012 05:57 Edited at: 13th Aug 2012 14:30
Quote: "I like the crazy dude, Fuzz. I've wanted to do something similar for a while."


Cheers man! Loving the new picture. I'd also love to see your art in a game.


Something for a 4-player game I'm designing.







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Posted: 15th Aug 2012 08:00 Edited at: 15th Aug 2012 08:01
Nice little characters, Fuzz. What's the game?

New one today - A Free Man.



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Posted: 15th Aug 2012 19:22 Edited at: 15th Aug 2012 19:22
And another - Manny.



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Posted: 16th Aug 2012 07:13
Haha I love the new picture, greenlig!

I'm designing a game which will play similar to Castle Crashers but hopefully have more RPG elements.

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Posted: 16th Aug 2012 12:45 Edited at: 16th Aug 2012 12:45
Post it up when you get something playable

Here's another from today - Daddy.



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Posted: 16th Aug 2012 19:34 Edited at: 16th Aug 2012 19:34
Geeze, I'm on a roll here!

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Posted: 17th Aug 2012 12:03
Love the style! You HAVE to make an adventure game.

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Posted: 17th Aug 2012 12:24 Edited at: 17th Aug 2012 12:24
Some day I will, Fuzz. Some day!

For now, ANOTHER ONE!!

"Try...try credit"


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Posted: 17th Aug 2012 16:29
I can't wait haha

Sweet! Morrowind!

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Posted: 20th Aug 2012 16:26
Another painting.

Keen.



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Posted: 22nd Aug 2012 11:33
Escaping Wolfenstein.



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Posted: 27th Aug 2012 09:08 Edited at: 27th Aug 2012 14:35
Awesome! I love your style so much. I'm really interested in how you do it/work.








Some art for a game called Hold The Fort! that my friend and I are developing in Unity. I like it so far, but I'm not sure if I'm entirely happy with the style.

Thoughts?

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Posted: 29th Aug 2012 13:03
this thread is very inspiring to me! I wanted to start character sketching! is there any tips that anyone can share with me???

@greenlig: I love that silt strider painting! "We make a special trip just for you, same low price"
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@ Fuzz - I like the simplicity of the assets you have there. One thing you can look at is the line work on your objects. What you have done there is tried to be very precise with the outlines, and it looks wobbly. The way to combat that is to draw things in one stroke. Practice the motion just above the page/tablet first, then make the stroke in one movement. It will give you cleaner edges!

Second, always think about the light-source. Draw the objects with their shape in mind, being careful to make it dark where light won't hit. Also, never use colour burn for shadows! Always use the ambient light, or a variation of that.

In the end, a lot of the quality of art comes down to lighting. Get that right and you'll go a long way to making things look spiffy.

Hope that doesn't sound too preachy!!
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A Sprite Sheet I made up in gimp. I guess its ok.


Developer of Space Chips, pianobasic, zipzapzoom, and vet pinball apps. Developed the tiled map engine seen on the showcase. Veteran for the military.

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Posted: 2nd Sep 2012 22:59 Edited at: 2nd Sep 2012 23:00
And Here is another Sprite sheet that I made displayed on agk showcase.


Developer of Space Chips, pianobasic, zipzapzoom, and vet pinball apps. Developed the tiled map engine seen on the showcase. Veteran for the military.

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Quote: "Hope that doesn't sound too preachy!!"


Not at all!

I understand what you're saying but not completely. Could you give an example, say, drawing the drew I did but how you would do it. If you have time of course.


Nice sprites, 3d point in space.

Cheers.

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Hey Fuzz, I might indeed do that. I'll have a look on the weekend.

Here's another I painted today - Vangelis



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Aaaaand another one today - Holed Up



I think I might stop posting images for a while...I seem to be spamming the place :/

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Quote: "I seem to be spamming the place "

it's not spam if the users want/appreciate the posts/images

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Posted: 21st Oct 2012 01:21
Awesome stuff Greenlig! You're style is very interesting and I love the way you paint your art.

I just wanted to drop by and show some of my recent stuff off a bit.

This one is inspired by a music video I'm rather fond of, and I was experimenting with some water color stuff a bit.


This is something I did today for a friend. I've been experimenting with pixel things a bit.



I felt like drawing a chick a while back, and this is what came of it, heh.

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This thread

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Hah, recognise the first one mate. Great film clip. Also, love the character. Very cute, great technique.

I've been away from my art stuff for a little while now, as I'm working out a contract to move overseas and make arcade games again. Busy times, visas are a pain. BUT I did manage to do a few quick paintings. This one is probably the pick of them at the moment.



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Hey! I totally forgot that this thread exists
Lets hope I can blatantly copy things from tumblr.





Drawn FPSC assets. Second one was rushed to be worked into a loadingscreen.





Tattoo'esque designs. First one is titled "lesbians" second one "meditate"







This is a pencilsketch for a larger painting I'm working on.
These are rather dated but its all I can post for now without spamming the board.
I'd like to show some of my portraits from the recent months but my computer refuses to accept the card of my digitalcamera and I dont have a scanner.



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Posted: 3rd Nov 2012 05:56 Edited at: 3rd Nov 2012 05:57
Nice Wolf! Your style has a very creepy feel.

Did this one today for a friend.

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