Monday, August 13, 2012

Created another sculptris sculpt.

I still haven't mastered this program in full yet, but I'll get there eventually.
Seems my gimp editing for this one was a bit lacking.

Some of my more organic artwork

I know it hasn't even been an hour since my last post, but don't worry.
I'm already running out of "presentable" concept art. :D

This post concerns artwork with a slightly more organic touch to it.
For instance, I 3D painted this guy here with sculptris this weekend.
Had fun doing it too.

I went for a demonic beetle vibe with some samurai mixed in for good measure.
Here's a full body shot thrown in for good measure.
I'm aware that the stuff below the abdomen wasn't really up to par with the rest of the scene, but the program suddenly decided it didn't really feel like working with me anymore.
Must've hit some sort of polygon limit?
I think it didn't turn out too bad for a first experiment.

I also drew some stuff with a combination of alchemy and thegimp
Take this obviously resident evil inspired fellow.
I think I overdid it with the cartoony elements here, though.

This guy here is either a bug or a feature.
I leave that up to you guys to decide, but it was my first semi-serious attempt at doing something useful with alchemy.

The next two are made completely in thegimp

This is just a random design element, but I thought it was semi-cool enough to show you guys.

I basically drew this, then added a few fillers for cooler effects.
Meet the bugman!

That's all for the mutants and organic stuff for now, guys.
But with my discovery of sculptris, expect more from this department in the nearby future.

Some of my other artwork

As you may have noticed already, I tend to overspecialize in scifi and mecha art.

Here are a few of my slightly older, other works.

In this work, I wanted to create a mix of mechanical work, with a cold touch, but still include a bit of feminine beauty.
I kinda like the results, but I'm pretty sure I still could've added more to it.
There's a chance I'll remake it sometime in the future.

This one is a remake of one of my even older works.
I wanted to create an image of a rediculous confrontation, therefore I devised a scene of a massive djinni inspired robotic being being confronted by a tiny warrior with a bucket for a helmet, a wooden sword and a deformed wooden shield.
Even now I still see the humor in this work.

This is a slightly more static image of a parked mecha at a military base doing... Basically nothing.

A small concept image of what is to be be a massive construction unit.
Had fun drawing this one too.

Well, guys, that's all for now.
Next post will be about bugs and mutants and the like.