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I did a couple of Aquaman redesigns for the Aquaman: Sea Change contest at Project: Rooftop. Surprisingly (hah!) I didn’t win but I did get an honorable mention. Maybe you can guess which one of my entries was honorable enough to be mentioned…
I know next to nothing about Aquaman, but I don’t imagine him being happy about oil and shit being poured into the seas at current rate. Bombs not petrol!
A quick one (roughly 1h 15min) I did for the CTT activity at Unit 16 last week. Pretty much all I had time for since I had to leave town for the weekend but I like how it turned out. I had good trip and it’s very cool to meet old friends.
And this was my fatty for the next in line on the activity:
Here’s something a bit different that I’ve been meaning to finish for quite some time now. It’s sort of a bastard son of the covers of the 50s & 60s men’s “sweat magazines” and girls’ romance comics. Mostly those magazines were produced by men and usually it’s pretty easy to tell…
The illustration is a mixture of 3D and whole lot of Photoshop. I didn’t actually model anything so I guess this is what you would call “Poser art”. I textured the icky tentacles though. I like icky things.
Quite frankly this piece would have taken a whole lot less if I had just painted the damn thing. I had fun though, and I like the real-but-not-quite feel that the piece has, as if I had used puppets or miniature models. I don’t think I could achieved the the same look for the tentacles by painting either.
And here’s a detail for a better look at the lover boy and just for the hell of it.
Here are some doodles that I’ve done over a few nights of drinking and drawing. Pretty much all typical motifs for those nights are represented: Superheroes, rockers, barbarians, women and general bad taste… For many of these I picked a theme and stuck with it until the next paper.
Jeez, the site sure is slow today.
This one’s sort of a tribute to the wonderful Chainsaw Maid wax animation, a healthy dosage of gore and candy colored zombies. I saw the clip a long while back and somehow the concept popped into my head now so I thought I do an image. And why not, you can’t really go wrong with a sexy French maid with a chainsaw, cliché or not.
Forgot to add an apron and a hat, though.
I’ve been playing with the idea of setting up a scene in DAZ Studio and using a render as a reference for an illustration but haven’t gotten around to doing so until now. This time I did, however, and it really worked in my advantage regarding speed and probably outcome too. Much less thinking involved when it came to perspective, foreshortening and shading – even though this still just a sketch and a bit funky in places.
In case you don’t happen to know what DAZ Studio is, it is much like the better know Poser except that it’s FREE. You just need to register (again, for free) at the DAZ website, and you’ll be able to download your own copy. There’s a ton of free content available – including figures, clothing, hair, props – in sites like Renderosity.com or ShareCG.com as well as DAZ’s own website – because for the most part DS uses the same files as Poser.
Essentially what you do with DS is clothe and pose a figure, possibly include some props, add lighting and then render the scene. It’s like a “virtual photo studio”. It’s easy to use and good fun actually, I’ve ended up wasting spending a lot of time playing around with learning the program myself.
A woman in her prime, she’s just turned 18 (15 really). Sorry to say to you guys out there, but she’s already taken, and her 62 year old fashion designer boyfriend does not handle competition like a gentleman. But one can always imagine how her bones rub together – sounding like whispers of lust – as she’s writhing in her gigantic designer bed.
Here she is modeling the hottest of the hot in fashion for Fall 2008! Perfect for every body type and occasion! Wow!