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The Illustration Thread


Athos

Active Member
#62
Thanks Scotty!

Unfortunately I have no more time to work on it, timeline is passed! Little bit disappointed...Need to increase my skill to work more quicker. I already print it, now "rendez-vous" june 21th for the exposition^^
 

Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#63
Hey guys, I've been working on a little series of Mario Mashups in my spare time, trying to develop my art style to something with a little more depth. Here are a couple:
 

Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#65
Awesome stuff @Wardy! I did a series of children's educational books once (with a little help from Typo/TheWholeHogg) OMG the visual research was exhausting!
 

scotty

Moderator
Staff member
#68
it's a pity we don't get to do this sort of thing every day!
Yep mate.
Sadly most of my days are full of this kind of shit: :(

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens
Brown paper packages tied up with string

Y'know, shit like that.
 

Jimlad

Well-Known Member
#70
Thanks @scotty! I've been attempting to up my game (oh dear) for the past year or so. Really enjoying bringing digital painting techniques into my work, after a period of learning new ways of working and cherry-picking my favourite tips and tricks on a technical level, moving forward I think I need to work on getting faster with it (working with greyscale values helps there) and improving my composition etc. I'd really like to hit a few typical categories required by most concept artists like an environment, in-depth character designs and vehicles/weapons. Basically I've developed a new style and want to update an entire portfolio of work... it's just finding the time and energy to do so!

Until then, here's another piece of fan art used to develop my style without the hurdles of character design. Link's iPhone app tells him there's a Pikachu nearby...
 

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