In honor of the final Class Update of Team Fortress 2, I am submiting a piece to 's Engineer Mega Collab. You might consider this a sequel to my Soldier piece, since the "Assault" version of Wolf and the Engineer are both played by Grant Goodeve.
Now available in TGA form to download and spray [link]
Here is my submission to 's Demoman/Soldier Mega Collab. While I was at it, I decided to make a little joke about the fact that the Soldier from Team Fortress 2 and Wolf from Star Fox 64 are both played by Rick May.
Team Fortress 2 belongs to Valve Starfox 64 belongs to Nintendo
Somagrepians come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and cultures, and many of these tribes are often in conflict with one another, which makes it all the more amazing that any of the tribes were able to band together to create a metropolis. Still, the largest Somagrepian tribes colaborated to create city in the heart of their savage jungles. Suspended above a river by ceramic pillars, Somagrep is a labarynth of wooden platforms and bridges and a testament what an nation considered "primitive" is actually capable of doing.
Today Somagrep is regarded as a popular tourist spot, both as a starting point for an expidition into the jungles and as a place of exploration itself. The city also contains and growing population of foreigners who work as merchants selling exotic goods. However, not all is well in the city. Many of the smaller Somagrepian tribes pose a threat to the city as vandals and bandits, and the Yofu tribe is the most notorious of these "pirate" tribes.
Okay, so I actually did attend an event other than the raves; the Valve Photoshoot, where people cosplaying TF2 and other Valve games get together for a mass photoshoot. Here's my picture of the red team.
Over the summer, between helping my family take care of our house and surfing the web, I've been collecting research, from books to games, to help give some ideas for "Thirdborn." Some of this "research" involves rewatching playthroughs of the "Mass Effect" trilogy, something I discovered while working on my Thesis project.
"Mass Effect" has been useful in helping me formulate ideas for various civilizations of "Thirdborn," and one day, during a bout of artist's block, I decided to have some fun and do some sketches of the alien members of the party as humans.
Left to Right, Top to Bottom: Garrus Vakarian, Urdnot Wrex Tali'Zorah nar Rayya, Liara T'Soni Mordin Solus, Urdnot Grunt Samara, Thane Krios Legion, Javik Aria T'Loak, Nyreen Kandros
A drawing I did for my freshman year in college. The assignment was to draw an architectural space using perspective. We had an option of a real or fictional space, and I chose fictional.
This ended up being one of the best pictures I had done that year, so I submitted it to the school's exhibition of student art they have each year. Unfortunately, it got lost during the process of organizing the event.