Hey! I'm a hopeful author-to-be and was wondering if I could use this piece for a title page? Credit would obviously be linked to you if it's fine. I just want to get an A-OK if I do end up writing it, if that's cool with you. ^^
hi i'm making a trading card game and i was wondering if i could use this drawing for a card i will give credit where it is deserved and plus its a easy way to spread your art plus you can still use them for your project the card game is called Paragon Galaxy the concept is a galaxy built where all these worlds exist for the perfect galaxy . The galaxy will grow and grow until this perfection is formed
Hard to find someone whose mecha artwork style is close to what I was envisioning. I've been looking for an artist whom is willing to assist me. I've been working on some complex ideas for an MMORPG, and one of the main villains is a Technology Titan. This mech here has the general style somewhat envisioned on the thing. Though the appearance for this Titan and its abilities is far more.... sinister.>: )
Ah. Alright.^_^ It looks like an interesting game. I was actually intending on trying to get this idea to Blizzard due to how famous they are and all. I think that the game, if made, would blow World of Warcraft out of the water, sort to speak. Some friends that I've told my ideas to that actually play World of Warcraft actually agree with me there.
Thanks.^_^ On a good note, I'm taking 3D Design & Animation classes, so I should be able to do something once I get through that. I've tried the 3D program before in the past(haven't gotten to it in class yet), and I've done far better with it than I have with other drawing methods, ironically.
today i make more layers. but sometimes its fun with the challange to have alot of layers, but big benefit if i want to move the character, if its stuck in the background then it becomes a huge problem so. background and character at least 2 layers
Bad. ASS. This is a killer mech. I wonder if he shredded that excellent cityscape himself, or if he's about to lay some major waste to the guy who did...
I especially love the way his stance and design form a bunch of Y shapes; on his face, with his arms, and his hips and feet, that draw your focus to the middle and downwards. It's like he /just/ stuck a landing from a very high leap. Very cool. I can practically see the metal rippling.