old text The legs only LOOKS short, because of foreshortening, but you get a hint at their real lenght in the 1st (if you imagine behind the finger) and the fourth image. They are modded kroot legs that i took extra care to make sure they remained the same size.
(last photo is lsightly crooked to the right side, so it looks as though he's aiming at the ground, but he's not xD)
That pistol and smg count as a single storm bolter.
Power weapon (back of the last photo)
Carapace Armor (If -IG-)
Intended to be used as :
Kroot Shaper (from the council)
Shaeffer's Last Chancer
I actually did this awhile ago, probably sometime in January. This was really just a little practice with the colored inks I got for Christmas. Mostly for that big picture/project that I keep hinting on. I want to ink it but wanted to see first how the paper/board would react with inks and watercolors first, and I kind of liked how it turned out so hey, why not upload it on here. It's also pretty small, about the size of a playing card. Maybe a tad bigger.
The guy was referenced from this one dude from Branagh's "Henry V" here: (This video, [link] at 5:27 or somewhere thereabouts) I know, he's kind of spurting out the blood rather than spraying. Mine is a lot more of a spray, and in the movie it looks better.
A lot of people I showed this too said it was gross, but others also laughed out loud because it was "something you would draw." I don't think it's that violent really, but if you guys think it is I can put up a warning.
Blind, though being a survivor-type of a character, one that first thinks about his life and safety, still is able to experience quite a battle-efficient state of going off the rocket and slaughtering everything in his path. Especially when his hate towards the Imperial Guardsmen and loyalists generally gets the best of him.
So here's his lesser seen side.
Worry not, he killed not an Inquisitor, but some unlucky Acolyte/ retinue memeber of a higher Ordo Hereticus functioner.
Trying to do something more visceral in my graphic b&w style. Will finish sometime soon. Gotta draw a lot of imperial corpses)
Here's something I done for the "final blow" series, originally meant to be a blow from Thor. Drafted it out in pencils and now considering to color it in digital, but I have yet to find a comfortable style of painting that offers just the same energy that my sketches has. I just need more practising, C&C Welcomed!
"What is the Osaka Grid? Death and neon bathed in night rain"
My latest "scene" piece. It's been nearly a year since I first painted this picture , as a means to return to a genre I loved and try out the craze: photobashing and matter. Then, two nameless characters evolved into something more - a literary project and a drive to improve and grow. Si I decided to, as a year passed, try another shot at a classic asian urbance cyberpunk scene and photobashing.
This is the result, which I'm very happy with. I painted it in very little time, compared to the usual stuff, used more photo textures and effects I picked up from studying professional painters. Though not an excercise in technical proficiency, the goal was to create an atmospheric ambience that often lacks in my works, and to catch a specific tone, wiff of a genre's defining features.