Inspired by: [link] and the conversations that followed. They combined one of my favourite things with my favourite game ... ya, I'm running with it B)
I watched Tron twice ... then listened to both soundtracks *Daft Punk and remix*
And now it's done :')
There shall be more. For sure.
I gave Garrus more of a blue tint for his face, and altered his armor to obviously fit in the Grid. Colours are changed, lights added, no major changes. (Added lights to his scar for that oh so lovely 'derezz' effect).
This is going very fast, much faster then I expected. There are some more parts that are a lot more work then these parts so far. Mostly this was searching, buying, editting and weathering. Not as much work as some other projects I've done, but fun and relaxing none the same. It's still challenging to get these kind of characters to look like the exact character rather then a smacked together millitairy outfit that vaguely resembles the character. I want this to be really him!! 'round the 20th of march it's time for the prelude!!! I can't wait!!
I'll be using Naked Snake's knee guard and glove for this guy. Allready got some paracord for the other leg.
Waiting for the M12 holster extender to get in and then I'll be weathering the crap out of those 2 and add them to this get-up. Still need a knife that would fit the one seen in-game oon the back next to the buttpack (horizontal position).
Then the scarf/cape... a Hell-boy arm.... A devil's horne shrapnel part in my skull... a devil's tale sling with ring on the buttpack and I'll be ready for hell
my own take on one of the best vid game characters, Yoshimitsu from tekken series by Namco.
pencil and paper.
added a few elements in PS as post work. i feel many will question the catagory issue, and i gotta say, it was hard choosing it.---god how i hate deciding these silly catagories...... however, it was Pencil and paper that did most of work in this piece. and it seems most approperiate to have it here where pencil and paper rules.
35 min sketching.. as i vegi myself in bed bit too early in the morning.....
20 min scaning, tuning, and finalizing