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Discussion in 'Art & Photography' started by Tercel_driver, Feb 14, 2004.
It's a character from the game darkstalkers. A 2D fighting game made by Capcom.
A mask I've been working on. Just for fun.
Maybe go see The Purge while wearing it. XD
These were drawn using Microsoft paint (NOT THE SAI PROGRAM !)
Hadn't paid a visit to this thread lately, but not too bad
Ain't that the truth
Birthday gift for my friend
Finished this 2 canvas painting for a buddy's studio
Found an old A3 draw I did of the beautiful Saraya-Jade Bevis (Paige) I did last year at college (photo from same time toó), #happybirthdaypaige!!
More progress with the wall. No chance of getting arrested, though not as exciting....considering I havent done illegal graffiti since the early 90s
"Eye Floaters" Acrylic on canvas 18x24"
Pretty much the only suicide squad character that doesnt have hair. (Struggle massively with drawing hair )
Not physical drawings but these were all vectored by me in Adobe Illustrator and then used as slap sticker designs... just wanted to post them here since I'm really happy with them Hopefully one of these isn't too lewd for here... Will soon be printed and for sell on my website!
Working on MF DOOM
Some messing about with my tablet:
This time something completely different:
Welp, recently I've tried to make some digital art. This one is pretty weird, but I had fun making it. It is all drawn with Photoshop with either a brush or the pen tool.
It has been edited
I noticed a colleague doodled on a notepad and left it in the cash register drawer. So I did the same on the next page.
black and red pens onry.
It started with the McLaren swirl, then I added the three circles, then I did the black curvy lines following that. Afterwards I maintained her idea of drawing in textile patterns within basic shapes, so I started with the honeycomb, then I added those weird red things protruding from the circles, and finished that stage with the development of feathers on the bottom right. Then as I looked at it again, it started looking like Haida art, and I began seeing the image of a fish curled up to the right, so I added the dorsal fin. As I turned the page 90 degrees counter-clockwise, I began see a resemblance of a horse's head, but I still wanted to keep the impression of a fish. This is when I drew the lower circled with the two sharp tapering lines (with the red triangles). Now I get two eyes for the horse image, and a mouth for the fish image. I end off by adding those two red strokes and the angler fish's antenna bait.
This probably took 40 minutes to complete.
Heres some more drawings of Viraax
"Look at me !"
"Don't mess with me, I'm not in the mood !"
Two Illustrator drawings:
Based on a Carla Morrison album cover, Amor Supremo.
Laying out the basics of a dragon. I'm making it slim and agile rather than brutally strong. The neck is probably its most muscular part, as it needs to be able to support that big head. The center of mass is near the wings and the front legs, I'm imagining that it makes it well balanced in the air, and that it can easily rotate on the ground with those front legs like an axis.
After some thought I arrived at the conclusion that I wanted a more illustrative and decorative approach rather than a realistic one. So I made a new sketch in a more heraldic fashion. These are just a bunch of quick pen strokes, it will be more refined later on (especially the head, because it looks a bit lazy now )
Here is the more refined sketch. Pretty big changes to the head, and I picked another style for the wings (the bat style wings were too evil). I need to work some more on the front claws, but I think that the rear ones have a good shape now.
Started with the contours. The head was a bit long, so I shortened it. The front claws were changed as well.