Image: Star Wars Clone Vehicles Combination Time Taken: About Half an Hour (to put together) About 6 hours (to ink each model individually)
So I made three Star Wars Clone Vehicles today (uploaded already) and I thought they looked pretty cool, but I wondered how good they would look altogether, so I combined the three files in Photoshop and created this lovely new desktop background for myself. I really like this image
Edit: DeviantArt's image re-size function is making it smaller than it actually is, Download for the full size image, which is much better.
As I've said before, Sango is my favorite character on Inuyasha. What's not to love about a hot, cool, kickass, hot, demon-slayer, who . . . . y'know . . . . . . happens to be hot
And anyone who knows her story knows she has a perfect set up for falling to the dark side. I didn't even have to change her outfit (well, I just added the cape for Sith effect )
This pic took me much longer to color than I thought. From the moment I started, it probably took me about 4 and half hours. Then maybe another 40 minutes to copy the colors and paste them onto the "masked Sango" pic, also coloring the mask. Lightsabers have become pretty easy for me to do. It probably took less than 20 minutes to do the sabers on one pic and then copy/paste them onto the other pic.
I wanted both pics to be identical with the exception of her mask.
Ishara is a character I created for a Star Wars role playing game. We'll see how it goes, being as how this will be my first role playing game (you, know, with a GM and whatnot) ever. She's a Togruta, like Shaak Ti. I personally really enjoyed drawing this picture
I strongly suggest full view to take in all the details
Image: Star Wars Vehicle - AT-TE Time Taken: 2 hours
Works been hard the last week so I decided to spend the day chilling, watching some TV and inking some more Star Wars Vehicles, good time wasting activities where I dont have to think at all, bliss.
Decided not to have the day as a total loss so I decided to perfect inking these SketchUp models in Manga Studio, and I reckon they ended up quite well. This model is of an AT-TE clone walker from the Star Wars prequel movies; the base model was made by DoN_cOrLeOnE and is available at the 3D warehouse here,
Commission for of her Jedi Medic, Nelia. When I first started commissions here on DA, Nelia was probably one of the first characters I had ever drawn and to be able to draw her again is an honor, especially after seeing all the wonderful commissions Nursenikki has gotten done.
I am really proud of myself with this piece since I have gone out of my comfort zone and done something completely digital paint, and free of lines, blablabla.
Anyways... I really hope you like this, Nursenikki. You've always been so sweet and kind and awesome.
Not as good as my previous entry it seems. I spent a lot of time on this one too, but... I guess the on and off again I did on this made it's mark. The pale skin tone on top of the grayscale I shaded with just wasn't wanting to cooperate. All done in Photoshop with a tablet.
Ah well, it's still something to ease my mind this week, right? Yeeeah, what news.
Bleh! Well, here's my Jedi-Sith Luniara. Wishing I did her hair down instead of tied back.
I know her chin tattoo looks like a goatee, I just can't seem to part with it.