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Last piece for the Game of Thrones, Night's Watch set! This one of Ser Waymar Royce fighting a White Walker; the translucency effects were a ton of fun.

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Next up for the Game of Thrones Night's Watch pieces, here are some of the new character types! The Defeated Sellsword, Spearwife and War Leader.

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Another piece for the Game of Thrones set, a little Wildling war going on here, haha. The bone armor was a ton of fun on this one.

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Finally got some time in between client work to crank out some personal / portfolio work! As with most great ideas, I had the first thought for this in the shower, I just randomly envisioned the headpiece and thought it would be cool to make a character based on it. Originally she was a much lighter character, wearing all white and being a sun priestess, but as it progressed things got darker and darker, but I'm ok with that. =P

Also tried a bit of a new process by jumping right in to color rather than doing value with washes on top, which was a lot of fun; and saved progress shots all along the way, so I'll probably either upload a step-by-step gif or make some kind of walkthrough of it soon.

Process is up, check it out here! [link]

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:star: Check out the tutorial here! [link] :star:

Finished at last! Some good ol' classic Warcraft art, a Night Elf Hunter kicking some Naga nads in Azshara!

This took two crazy weeks to finish in between freelance, probably the most complex piece I've done to date, and I think it's much improved over the last piece I attempted like this. I've been trying to focus more on the composition and drawing stages of my images lately, and I think it's resulting in much better finishes.

Also, painting scales is a silly thing.

I also saved 61 progress shots of this, so expect some form of tutorial up in the near future.

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Art Jon Neimeister
Characters Blizzard Entertainment
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Edit 05-04-13 - I've updated a number of pieces to get them up to snuff in my portfolio and this one underwent some heavy revisions so I thought it'd be worth updating on here. :)

:star: Check out the walkthrough for this piece here: [link] :star:

Here's a piece done for our illustration class as well as for the Diablo 3 Portrait of a Champion contest.

Had a ton of fun working on this one and think it's quite a benchmark for my work in terms of complexity.

Will post up a walkthrough for this soon!

Also if you feel so inclined, feel free to vote for my piece in the official contest gallery! [link]

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Here's my 2012 remake of an ancient drawing I did back in '06 and again in '10! Check out the comparison here: [link]

This one was a lot of fun, I tried to get more in to the design of the creature rather than just remaking the exact same image with better figure drawing, and I think it turned out pretty cool. Still playing around with painting style a bit too, seeing if I can get a bit more looseness.

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I painted the picture for a contest with the theme "white walkers".
I do not know the whole story of the Game of Thrones, but I think it's interesting to imagine possible scenes of this world.
I thought about how the white walkers can be stopped. And my solution were the dragons.
Perhaps there is a possibility to make them grow up faster or the scene could have happened in the past.
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Drawing inspiration in Daenerys from Clash of kings
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One of the characters I did as a demo at the TAD booth during Comicon. I quite like how this one turned out and learned a few things about tertiary details that I think will help my designs a lot.
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