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One of the 101 illustrations I painted for the game Rome II Total War.
copyright Creative Assembly
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Done for a historical magazine
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The illustration is a visual representation of a typical Viking house interior. Seated by the table on the left are two Viking men, drinking from not a skull of a vanquished foe, engaged in not pillaging and not raping. Also visible are two female not shield maidens, occupied by not fighting. Depicted in the background is a slave busy not being killed as human sacrifice. The Vikings as a people were mainly known by their conteemporaries as medieval game designers (and avid game players), weavers and butter churners. The popular image of seafaring raiders in horned helmets is greatly exagerrated and the horns were made up by XIX century theatrical costume designers.
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Concept art for "Chivalry: Battle for Agatha" - [link]
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old picture
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Concept art for a character: The Musketeer. Made in Odd School
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artwork for renown's third expansion
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**UPDATE, AGAIN!**
Tutorial video is up!
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**UPDATE**
Speed paint with music is now up:
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VIDEO!
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Hey everyone,

More Warhammer 40,000 commissions, hurray! But seriously, I should have some non 40k stuff coming up soon.

This image features a terminator of the Emperor's Shields space marine chapter as he stands before a demon-infested plinth to the Chaos god Slaanesh.

You can read more about this painting here:[link]

-Nick
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Further updates? Of course! New video with music (previous one didn't)
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************** FURTHER UPDATES!************
The tutorial video is now up! You can watch it here:
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**************SUPER GINORMOUS UPDATE!*************
The speed video for this piece is now available! You can watch it here: [link]


**************IN THE NAME OF THE EMPEROR, READ THE BLOG POST BELOW!*************

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Welcome back friends, the saga of my Black Templar painting finally comes to a close here! After what seems like an eternity of leaning against my Cintiq, the Black Templar (and a few friends) are now ready to strike force and burn a holy path through the forces of darkness.

This piece took a super long time to do... I honestly can't gauge it accurately but it's somewhere in the ballpark of 14+ hours, possibly even 18 or 20.

Everything was done in Adobe Photoshop and (if you are kind enough to wait) you can view the PROCESS VIDEO for this piece tomorrow once I edit my screen recordings and begin narration. When the video is ready, I'll make sure to make a big, ugly update at the top of this painting's description so that everyone can see. :-D

Thanks for checking out my piece, I really hope you like it. Once again, don't forget to check out my blog... there's good stuff there, I promise.

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Best,

-K


Adeptus Astartes, Battlefleet Gothic, Black Flame, Black Library, the Black Library logo, BL Publishing, Blood Angels, Bloodquest, Blood Bowl, the Blood Bowl logo, The Blood Bowl Spike Device, Cadian, Catachan, the Chaos device, Cityfight, the Chaos logo, Citadel, Citadel Device, City of the Damned, Codex, Daemonhunters, Dark Angels, Dark Eldar, Dark Future, the Double-Headed/Imperial Eagle device, 'Eavy Metal, Eldar, Eldar symbol devices, Epic, Eye of Terror, Fanatic, the Fanatic logo, the Fanatic II logo, Fire Warrior, Forge World, Games Workshop, Games Workshop logo, Genestealer, Golden Demon, Gorkamorka, Great Unclean One, the Hammer of Sigmar logo, Horned Rat logo, Inferno, Inquisitor, the Inquisitor logo, the Inquisitor device, Inquisitor:Conspiracies, Keeper of Secrets, Khemri, Khorne, Kroot, Lord of Change, Marauder, Mordheim, the Mordheim logo, Necromunda, Necromunda stencil logo, Necromunda Plate logo, Necron, Nurgle, Ork, Ork skull devices, Sisters of Battle, Skaven, the Skaven symbol devices, Slaanesh, Space Hulk, Space Marine, Space Marine chapters, Space Marine chapter logos, Talisman, Tau, the Tau caste designations, Tomb Kings, Trio of Warriors, Twin Tailed Comet Logo, Tyranid, Tyrannid, Tzeentch, Ultramarines, Warhammer, Warhammer Historical, Warhammer Online, Warhammer 40k Device, Warhammer World logo, Warmaster, White Dwarf, the White Dwarf logo, and all associated marks, names, races, race insignia, characters, vehicles, locations, units, illustrations and images from the Blood Bowl game, the Warhammer world, the Talisaman world, and the Warhammer 40,000 universe are either , TM and/or Copyright Games Workshop Ltd 2000-2012, variably registered in the UK and other countries around the world. Used without permission. No challenge to their status intended. All Rights Reserved to their respective owners.
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Illustration pour World of Dungeons.
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PS CS6
Some posing references taken from the movie Alatriste
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PS CS5

Used a reference from Marcus Ranum's stock:
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PS CS5
Some references used from
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An illustration for AGOT (A Game Of Thrones). Painter IX
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AGOT Illustration. Painter IX
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This is a Littlefinger illustration I did for Fantasy Flight Games. Painter IX
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Here is my first character for the DSA-Community.

Mandred Hidalson.
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The Cover of the upcoming novel "Kors Kodex" written by Christian Lange.

Copyright Ulisses Spiele, 2013
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Here is the new Cover of Schicksalspfade Horasier-Spielset.
Copyright by Ulisses Spiele GmbH
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The Three Musketeers

For my fellow history geeks, General Vyse and Colonel Ross. :)

Sharpshooter Jones- An American sent for by the English Parliment. He is supposedly the best sharpshooter in the New World. He wears the uniform of a lieutenant in the US Army, 1808. He carries the most deadly weapon ever made in the Americas: The Kentucky Flintlock. This rifled, extended version, equipped with a brass sighting tube, can accurately fire a ball at a range of 400 yards.

Sharpshooter Vyse- As the best marksman in the 95th Rifles Regiment, Vyse was called up by Parliment to join the elite trio they were putting together. He wears the rank of General, which he earned through his excellent shooting in the heat of battle. His weapon is the most deadly ever created by the British: The Baker rifle. The usual design is only about three and a half feet long, but this personal weapon comissioned for Vyse's specific use is nearly double that. The barrel is tarnished to better conceal his position.

Sharpshooter Ross- Ross prides himself as being the best shot in the King's 25th Foot. He wears the gorget of Colonel. What makes his skills so outstanding is his ability to achieve impossible shots with a mere brass sighting tube. His Brown Bess musket is otherwise unaltered. At his hip is his favorite weappon... the heavy saber known as the Highlander. Crafted by the Scotts, it is a blade sure to hack anything to pieces.

Hope you lads and lasses like this! :D
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Uniforms of the Royal Navy, 1748-1767

These are the uniforms worn by the Royal Navy, from their introduction to the service in 1748 through the Seven Years War. The top row displays the full dress uniforms and the bottom row displays the working rig uniforms. The uniforms are, from left to right:
- Midshipman
- Lieutenant
- Commander
- Captain, Under Three Years Seniority
- Captain, Over Three Years Seniority
- Rear Admiral
- Vice Admiral
- Admiral
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A British Regular of the War of 1812 (1812-1814).
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