This is Laurilye Hutchinson of the Outlanders sky pirate crew.
I recently traveled to Copenhagen, Denmark for the D3 gaming expo there. The Outlanders spent the weekend working as promoters for Zeitguyz Game Developers, getting the word out about their new steampunk themed title Recoil: Retrograd. Be sure to visit their site and check out what they're working on! - ZeitGuyz
New additions this time: A new coat I made for my trip overseas to the land of cold and rain
Model and Costume Construction: Me Photography: Dana
I recently completely overhauled a major setting in the game I'm running to be waaaaaay more steampunk and what have you. I decided to actually pay a lot of attention to this character's wardrobe as a result. Hopefully I'll get a decent background drawn up at some point, maybe a foreground thing or two, then whip up a finished piece shortly.
EDIT: You really should hit fullview to get any idea of the hand-breaking detail in this stupid drawing. >.<
--EDIT--:: Thanks everyone for the support on this image
LOVED the lineart as soon as I saw it. Didn't realize just how much until I began working flats. It is so much easier for me (*since I can't draw for sh*t) to have incredibly detailed lines to work with. I was able to spend time detailing instead of wondering how to draw a gear?! LOL
Anyways. Yeah, inspiration came from the glass in the most prominent background clock. Totally looked like a crescent moon when I dropped flats.
Critique encouraged. But enjoyment is even more preferable!
There once was a fairy from Rhone Who found herself ever-alone All her princes she sent To girls without gents So she ended up building her own.
Ahem. My ridiculous limericking aside, *nJoo is holding a 2d art contest and the current theme is 'steampunk fairytale'.
How the *hell* am I supposed to resist that, I ask you?
The premise of mine is somewhat Pinocchio-ish, in which a fairy godmother (possibly the one of Cinderella fame) finds that by hooking up various damsels with princes and such, she's left none for herself. So she builds one, and somewhere along the line he does turn into a real boy.
Although I'm certain there'd have to be something suitably dark and twisted in there somewhere if I wrote it.