As the description inside the image describes, This is intended to be a Gallente Destroyer. Just as the Vexor is a small version of the Dominix, the Janus is a smaller version of the Brutix.
The Janus is much like the catalyst, but with fewer weapons, slightly faster, and has a slightly smaller signature radius. The intent is a Destroyer that can still be effective against frigates and drones, but can survive against larger ships a bit better than the catalyst can.
EDIT: added the directional indicators: "Bow", "Stern, etc. Just in case.
This was an illustration I did for a Blizzard contest earlier this year. I'm not real big on fanart so I tried to really make it my own and tone down the iconic Blizzard style and go for something more natural and cinematic.
this one was a bit challenging to paint cause it have all the elements i hate to paint.
i hate painting backgrounds, rocks, water, and architectonical stuff, so i decided i'd paint all those things and make a cool end Boss. i'm really happy of the wait it turned out, and i really hope you like it...
i'll cross my fingers to make it to the finals cause i need a new tablet....
wish me luck!
(it's all painted with photoshop, no textures used, only a couple of custom brushes)
An entry for the Wacom, Good vs Evil - Bring Your Vision to Life contest.
This is kind of a sideways take on the "Good vs Evil" theme. I found it really hard to think of things that truly represent 'good' and 'evil' going at each other. This is mainly because, for me, good and evil depend so much on what your perspective is and what context the situation is.
What I hope to achieve with this image is differing views of which parts of the image represent good and which represent evil/bad. For example, on first glance one might think the robber is the evil part and the cops are the good part, but then why is the robber holding a feathered cap and running in the direction of Sherwood? Is he running to Sherwood because he is in fact Robin Hood, the famous outlaw who stole from the rich to give to the poor? If that's true then that makes what he's doing good?
Not sure how well I achieved that as it's completely up to you, the viewer. Never the less, I hope you enjoyed viewing it!
I remember when i drew the 2009 version of Frank Iero. I thought it was brilliant at the time, i was so proud of it. I didnt really think i had improved much but when i compared the two versions i was shocked at how much my style has changed : ) This contest is a great idea, i think everyone should redraw a piece and see how much they have improved. still have to improve on my hair and clothing technique : )
This is my entry for the Skribble competition; my first thought when i saw the pattern was 'Gas Mask' and nothing else came to mind and so in particular the gas masks of the Great War always interested me in how they were often so mishapen looking and gave the british lollipop like heads.