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A Mexican movie poster style piece featuring my own character, MECHISMO. A 1950's robot Mexican Wrestling/superhero/detective in the mold of El Santo and Blue Demon. I would love to do a comic book about MECHISMO at some point. It'll be fun, B-movie style adventure and horror. I have several other projects I need to do first, but MECHISMO is definitely on my list...

...my, ever-growing list.


MECHISMO and all related characters are 2012 Robert Hack.
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For the challenge at the Art Order

C. Larsen 2011

Ink wash with digital color
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Sketching fun! Modok vs Terracotta warriors!
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Just messing about between issues
There's been a lag, legal and some personal business, and I'm waiting here with a script I've been told not to start on
So here's spidey, started with a finished sketch on computer paper, scanned and finished in PS
Cheers,
M
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Another of my sea monster cubs : )
This is my gift to *KhristianDeMedich for his entry >[link]< to the #Creepy-Chibi easter bunny zombie contest >[link]< (3rd place)
I hope he likes it ^^

Gifts have been delayed, but work's in progress!
I'm still working on my gifts to the 2nd and 1st places. Will be up soon! (i hope, but they will be up!!!)
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Completely hand sculpted and hand painted, this mask attempts to capture the color of fall leaves, mixing reds, oranges, golds, and greens. There's a glittery, green sheen over the whole mask that, sadly, does not come out much in the photo. The central glass gem is also an iridescent green. The antler-like horns are somewhat flexible and stand up to slight bumps better than rigid horns would. However, the mask should still be treated gently for best preservation. That said, the base mask itself is rigid and strong and the mask as a whole is EXTREMELY lightweight. There's also an artist's stamp on the back, along with the date it was made. The base mask is aprox. 6 inches wide and 4 inches tall. The antler span is 11 inches.

This mask has sold, but I can create a similar one as a commission.
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i like this enough to upload here, jove needs a better pic up on DA anyways.

(c)
art and character - me
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merrhhh, i dunno bout all of this.
another sketch Flashified [link]

we all gotta start somewhere right?

Swift DC/Wildstorm

Flash CS5 innit
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Rustic Silver Stew is waiting for you, this chubby robot would to fill his tummy with your much loved keepsakes, which is cool. Designed for form and function, plus funky gumption. Unique storage/hiding vessel.
Adopt: [link]

- HerArtSheLoves

Shop: [link] Blog: [link] FB: [link] Tw: [link] Tw: [link]
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Let me admit a few truths, first; I've just turned 50 last month, and ever since I first knew what a Robot was, I always wanted to draw them. And because of that need to create them, I sort of dreamed of working in fields where I could do that (namely: Comic Books). But before I hit college, I realized that I did NOT have the discipline, or the skill, to even entertain that idea. Graphic Design became a higher calling... that's where I am today.

Now, just past two weeks into my Deviant Arts Membership, I am FLOORED by the younger talent posting their art here, and I feel like a Dinosaur - - Artists using Wacom tablets to create Robots and Spacecraft and Mutants, in ways that I only dreamed of. When I was a kid, the only place to see art like this was on a paperback book, on a movie poster, or (slightly later, in my teen years) when Heavy Metal arrived on the shores of the U.S.

And the Realism! The model rendering programs that you're using, to design mech suits and weapons, and...

Well, you all have inspired me, but I have to play to my weaknesses - - I'm NOT a great renderer, I'm half-assed on Photoshop, and I wouldn't know what to do with 3D software - - but I can be inspired, and I can learn (well, maybe a little; old dogs don't always like to learn new tricks), and I have all of you to Thank. I see some BRILLIANT works at DA, everytime I click on! Thank You!

Blockhead is a VERY quick graphite sketch, totally unplanned or pre-roughed, just letting the pencil take me around the page... I wanted to make the sketch a little more "Deviant" looking, so I gave it a go in Photoshop. It looks nothing like some of the COOL Robots I saw and Fave'd today, but it is a little bit closer to what that Kid used to dream about doing, more than 40 years ago.

Thank you for looking.
Cheers,
Roger
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