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I give you Dr. Derek Stiles, Trauma Center: Second Opinion's main medical dude.

Again, just inked it onto sketch paper with a zebra pen. I work slowly, though. This one took me five or six hours.

It's a replication of some of the game's official character art.
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Currency Redesign project for a design class up at Utah State University. Had a blast with this one! Research took hours and hours, conceptualization and design took maybe 2 hours. All done in Photoshop CS5.
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Character study I completed to present to my portfolio class at USU. The image I used as reference was this fantastic work of cosplay, gotta give her props: [link]

About 4 hours with a Wacom Intuos4 + Photoshop CS6. :)

UPDATED VERSION: [link]
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Carmine, fighting it out to the very end!

This is my submission for the Gears of War wallpaper contest. It was a blast to make! Enjoy!
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U.S. currency hasn't had any significant changes in design in a very long time and even though they've made some upgrades in recent years to prevent counterfeiting, the designs are still pretty plain and outdated compared to the rest of the world. After seeing some entries in redesign competitions online I decided to make my own. I tried to keep some aspects traditional but with a modern design.

The $20 bill: The theme is civil rights and equality. On the front is Abraham Lincoln and the Lincoln Memorial The back features Martin Luther King Jr delivering his "I have a dream" speech.

Security features include a vertical holographic strip with microprinting, color-shifting ink and watermark. Each denomination features a different amount of raised marks to assist the vision-impaired with telling each one apart.
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Currency Redesign project for a design class up at Utah State University. Had a blast with this one! Research took hours and hours, conceptualization and design took maybe 2 hours. All done in Photoshop CS5.
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This is fan-art for fan-art for Eureka7. DeviantArt member MatsuRD came up with the original fan-art, and you can find it here: [link]

I left Holland out (not enough room on the paper for him). Alos, totally forgot the smiley-face on the side of the helmet. Can't really go back and erase when you're using a pen, though.

This drawing took me 6-7 hours.
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Finished piece for Megasuperultramania [link], hosted by :iconricky-martinez: of Badassery Studios!

About 8 hours (took me WAY too long to come up with a costume, lol!) with Intuos4 and CS6.

Thanks for the fun challenge Ricky! You got me painting in the new year!
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Redesigned 100 dollar bill
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U.S. currency hasn't had any significant changes in design in a very long time and even though they've made some upgrades in recent years to prevent counterfeiting, the designs are still pretty plain and outdated compared to the rest of the world. After seeing some entries in redesign competitions online I decided to make my own. I tried to keep some aspects traditional but with a modern design.

The $100 bill: The theme is symbolism. On the front is Ben Franklin and The First Great Seal. The back features the Second Great Seal. These symbols are both featured on the back of the current one dollar bill and felt they should remain on currency (despite all the conspiracy theories :) ). There are fifty stars surrounding the pyramid, representing the 50 states. 13 of those stars are on the inner circle representing the original colonies.

Security features include a vertical holographic strip with microprinting, color-shifting ink and watermark. Each denomination features a different amount of raised marks to assist the vision-impaired with telling each one apart.
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