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maybe some of you can use it.... for Zombie Apocalypse or stuff like that. ^^
...it`s even just a motorcycle guy with katana. ;-)
with Photoshop it can be everything! :-D

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The model is: Phelan A. Davion

It`s a great pleasure for me to see you working with it.
Feel free to leave a comment if you like. ;-)
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In my new line of German Cruisers this is an improved Admiral Hipper class Heavy Cruiser I call Prinz Eugen class. 2 of the twin turrets replaced by triple ones, to test out their effectiveness. Also an added pair of 10,5cm AA guns in place of the Cranes, while I reduced the cranes number to 1 and moved on the centreline aft of the catapult.

So my idea for a different Kriegsmarine:
Admiral Hipper Class: same as original, 2 ships:
KMS Admiral Hipper
KMS Blücher
Prin Eugen class: Improved Admiral Hipper, 2 ships:
KMS Prinz Eugen
KMS Lützow
Modified Light P class: 3x3 20,3cm, 3 ships
Improved Modified Light P class: 4x3 20,3cm, 3 ships
Regular P class: same as original, 6 ships

The Idea came from these official plans for a triple 20,3cm Gun Turret
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Simulation:

KMS Prinz Eugen, German Heavy Cruiser laid down 1936 (Engine 1937)

Displacement:
13 634 t light; 14 482 t standard; 16 692 t normal; 18 461 t full load

Dimensions: Length (overall / waterline) x beam x draught (normal/deep)
(683,42 ft / 654,53 ft) x 71,19 ft x (21,65 / 23,51 ft)
(208,31 m / 199,50 m) x 21,70 m x (6,60 / 7,16 m)

Armament:
10 - 7,99" / 203 mm 60,0 cal guns - 268,96lbs / 122,00kg shells, 250 per gun
Breech loading guns in turret on barbette mounts, 1934 Model
2 x 2-gun mounts on centreline, evenly spread
2 x 3-gun mounts on centreline, evenly spread
2 raised mounts
16 - 4,13" / 105 mm 65,0 cal guns - 33,29lbs / 15,10kg shells, 400 per gun
Dual purpose guns in deck and hoist mounts, 1933 Model
8 x 2-gun mounts on sides, evenly spread
4 raised mounts
12 - 1,46" / 37,0 mm 83,0 cal guns - 1,64lbs / 0,74kg shells, 2 000 per gun
Anti-air guns in deck mounts, 1930 Model
6 x Twin mounts on sides, evenly spread
Weight of broadside 3 242 lbs / 1 471 kg
Main Torpedoes
12 - 21,0" / 533 mm, 23,58 ft / 7,19 m torpedoes - 1,576 t each, 18,915 t total
In 4 sets of deck mounted centre rotating tubes

Armour:
- Belts: Width (max) Length (avg) Height (avg)
Main: 3,15" / 80 mm 423,23 ft / 129,00 m 12,30 ft / 3,75 m
Ends: 1,57" / 40 mm 229,66 ft / 70,00 m 12,30 ft / 3,75 m
1,64 ft / 0,50 m Unarmoured ends
Upper: 0,79" / 20 mm 423,23 ft / 129,00 m 9,02 ft / 2,75 m
Main Belt covers 99 % of normal length
Main belt does not fully cover magazines and engineering spaces
Main Belt inclined 12,50 degrees (positive = in)

- Torpedo Bulkhead - Additional damage containing bulkheads:
3,15" / 80 mm 423,23 ft / 129,00 m 20,01 ft / 6,10 m
Beam between torpedo bulkheads 62,34 ft / 19,00 m

- Gun armour: Face (max) Other gunhouse (avg) Barbette/hoist (max)
Main: 6,30" / 160 mm 2,76" / 70 mm 3,15" / 80 mm
2nd: 0,98" / 25 mm 0,98" / 25 mm -

- Armoured deck - multiple decks:
For and Aft decks: 1,18" / 30 mm

- Conning towers: Forward 5,91" / 150 mm, Aft 1,97" / 50 mm

Machinery:
Oil fired boilers, steam turbines,
Geared drive, 3 shafts, 132 000 shp / 98 472 Kw = 32,96 kts
Range 6 800nm at 20,00 kts
Bunker at max displacement = 3 979 tons

Complement:
733 - 954

Overall survivability and seakeeping ability:
Survivability (Non-critical penetrating hits needed to sink ship):
19 660 lbs / 8 918 Kg = 77,0 x 8,0 " / 203 mm shells or 2,4 torpedoes
Metacentric height 3,9 ft / 1,2 m
Roll period: 15,1 seconds

Hull form characteristics:
Hull has a flush deck,
a normal bow and a round stern
Length to Beam Ratio: 9,19 : 1
'Natural speed' for length: 25,58 kts
Power going to wave formation at top speed: 58 %
Ship tends to be wet forward

Ship space, strength and comments:
Waterplane Area: 33 418 Square feet or 3 105 Square metres
Adequate machinery, storage, compartmentation space
Excellent accommodation and workspace room
Poor seaboat, wet and uncomfortable, reduced performance in heavy weather
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sharlin :iconsharlin: asked me to draw 3 alternative warships for him to use in an alternative universe board.
This is the 3rd and thus the last one: A modernized Derfflinger class Battlecruiser.
The 12 Casemated 15cm guns removed, and replaced with 10 single turrets of the same calibre but modern guns seen on the Deutchland class Big Gun Cruisers, 6 twin 105mm Flak cannons are added, reworked superstructure engine and funnels.

The Simulation:

KMS Derfflinger, German Battlecruiser laid down 1912 (Engine 1934)

Displacement:
27 694 t light; 28 900 t standard; 31 794 t normal; 34 109 t full load

Dimensions: Length (overall / waterline) x beam x draught (normal/deep)
(690,29 ft / 687,01 ft) x 98,43 ft x (31,17 / 32,92 ft)
(210,40 m / 209,40 m) x 30,00 m x (9,50 / 10,03 m)

Armament:
8 - 12,01" / 305 mm 50,0 cal guns - 914,92lbs / 415,00kg shells, 90 per gun
Breech loading guns in turret on barbette mounts, 1908 Model
4 x 2-gun mounts on centreline, evenly spread
2 raised mounts
10 - 5,91" / 150 mm 55,0 cal guns - 99,87lbs / 45,30kg shells, 150 per gun
Quick firing guns in deck and hoist mounts, 1928 Model
10 x Single mounts on side ends, majority forward
6 raised mounts - superfiring
12 - 4,13" / 105 mm 65,0 cal guns - 33,29lbs / 15,10kg shells, 400 per gun
Dual purpose guns in deck and hoist mounts, 1933 Model
6 x Twin mounts on sides, forward deck aft
6 double raised mounts
16 - 1,46" / 37,0 mm 83,0 cal guns - 1,59lbs / 0,72kg shells, 2 000 per gun
Anti-air guns in deck mounts, 1930 Model
8 x Twin mounts on sides, evenly spread
4 raised mounts
12 - 0,79" / 20,0 mm 65,0 cal guns - 0,29lbs / 0,13kg shells, 2 000 per gun
Machine guns in deck mounts, 1930 Model
12 x Single mounts on sides, evenly spread
6 raised mounts
Weight of broadside 8 746 lbs / 3 967 kg
Main Torpedoes
12 - 21,0" / 533 mm, 23,58 ft / 7,19 m torpedoes - 1,576 t each, 18,915 t total
In 4 sets of deck mounted centre rotating tubes

Armour:
- Belts: Width (max) Length (avg) Height (avg)
Main: 11,8" / 300 mm 446,56 ft / 136,11 m 14,76 ft / 4,50 m
Ends: 4,72" / 120 mm 240,42 ft / 73,28 m 13,12 ft / 4,00 m
Upper: 3,15" / 80 mm 446,56 ft / 136,11 m 9,84 ft / 3,00 m
Main Belt covers 100 % of normal length

- Torpedo Bulkhead - Strengthened structural bulkheads:
1,77" / 45 mm 446,56 ft / 136,11 m 28,18 ft / 8,59 m
Beam between torpedo bulkheads 88,58 ft / 27,00 m

- Hull void:
7,87" / 200 mm 426,51 ft / 130,00 m 19,69 ft / 6,00 m

- Gun armour: Face (max) Other gunhouse (avg) Barbette/hoist (max)
Main: 10,6" / 270 mm 5,91" / 150 mm 8,66" / 220 mm
2nd: 0,39" / 10 mm 0,39" / 10 mm 0,39" / 10 mm
3rd: 0,39" / 10 mm 0,39" / 10 mm 0,39" / 10 mm

- Armoured deck - single deck:
For and Aft decks: 3,15" / 80 mm
Forecastle: 1,18" / 30 mm Quarter deck: 1,18" / 30 mm

- Conning towers: Forward 11,81" / 300 mm, Aft 5,91" / 150 mm

Machinery:
Oil fired boilers, steam turbines,
Geared drive, 4 shafts, 138 001 shp / 102 948 Kw = 30,27 kts
Range 6 673nm at 19,00 kts
Bunker at max displacement = 5 208 tons

Complement:
1 189 - 1 547

Overall survivability and seakeeping ability:
Survivability (Non-critical penetrating hits needed to sink ship):
47 496 lbs / 21 544 Kg = 54,9 x 12,0 " / 305 mm shells or 6,2 torpedoes
Metacentric height 7,2 ft / 2,2 m
Roll period: 15,4 seconds

Hull form characteristics:
Hull has a flush deck,
a normal bow and a cruiser stern
Length to Beam Ratio: 6,98 : 1
'Natural speed' for length: 26,21 kts
Power going to wave formation at top speed: 56 %
Ship tends to be wet forward

Ship space, strength and comments:
Waterplane Area: 46 230 Square feet or 4 295 Square metres
Structure weight / hull surface area: 168 lbs/sq ft or 822 Kg/sq metre
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I call her HMAS Perth
After the First World War Australia wanted to expand it's navy and tried to free herself more from Great Britain thus a Design for a heavy cruiser as born in 1924 by the Cockatoo Naval Dockyard. The ship is based on the British Hawkins class hull but enlarged to the same extent that the size was near identical to the London class Heavy Cruisers. The data for them as follows:

2 ships to be built
Dimensions:
191,5m x 20,85m x 5,25m
Engine: 90.000shp 4-shafts
Speed: 61km/h
Displacement: 10.000 tons
3x3 203mm Guns
12x1 127mm Guns
4x1 102mm AA Guns
4x1 533mm Torps
Armour Deck/Belt: 38/76mm

So I decided to draw it with a little change to it:
Slightly larger funnels 4 twin 4inch AA guns and 2 twin on deck torpedo mounts

To stay as close as to 10kilotons but in the same time at 30knots I have to reduce the engine power to 70Kshp (HMS Raleigh)

Coloured version:
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EDIT: Changed the main turrets layout a bit (Moved closer to the bridge) and re-arranged the casemate guns as they should be


HMAS Perth, Royal Australian Navy Heavy Cruiser laid down 1924 (Engine 1926)

Displacement:
9 259 t light; 9 734 t standard; 10 618 t normal; 11 324 t full load

Dimensions: Length (overall / waterline) x beam x draught (normal/deep)
(632,33 ft / 628,28 ft) x 68,41 ft x (17,22 / 18,09 ft)
(192,73 m / 191,50 m) x 20,85 m x (5,25 / 5,51 m)

Armament:
9 - 8,00" / 203 mm 50,0 cal guns - 256,00lbs / 116,12kg shells, 150 per gun
Breech loading guns in turret on barbette mounts, 1923 Model
3 x 3-gun mounts on centreline ends, majority forward
1 raised mount - superfiring
12 - 5,00" / 127 mm 51,0 cal guns - 50,00lbs / 22,68kg shells, 150 per gun
Quick firing guns in casemate mounts, 1910 Model
6 x Single mounts on sides, aft deck aft
6 hull mounts in casemates- Limited use in heavy seas
6 x Single mounts on sides, forward deck forward
8 - 4,00" / 102 mm 45,0 cal guns - 31,00lbs / 14,06kg shells, 150 per gun
Anti-air guns in deck and hoist mounts, 1913 Model
4 x Twin mounts on sides, evenly spread
Weight of broadside 3 152 lbs / 1 430 kg
Main Torpedoes
8 - 21,0" / 533 mm, 23,30 ft / 7,10 m torpedoes - 1,514 t each, 12,112 t total
In 4 sets of deck mounted side rotating tubes

Armour:
- Belts: Width (max) Length (avg) Height (avg)
Main: 2,99" / 76 mm 410,11 ft / 125,00 m 9,84 ft / 3,00 m
Ends: Unarmoured
Upper: 2,01" / 51 mm 410,11 ft / 125,00 m 8,20 ft / 2,50 m
Main Belt covers 100 % of normal length

- Gun armour: Face (max) Other gunhouse (avg) Barbette/hoist (max)
Main: 0,98" / 25 mm 0,98" / 25 mm 0,98" / 25 mm
2nd: 0,98" / 25 mm - -
3rd: 0,20" / 5 mm - -

- Box over machinery & magazines:
1,50" / 38 mm

Machinery:
Oil fired boilers, steam turbines,
Geared drive, 4 shafts, 70 000 shp / 52 220 Kw = 30,28 kts
Range 10 000nm at 12,00 kts
Bunker at max displacement = 1 590 tons

Complement:
522 - 679

Overall survivability and seakeeping ability:
Survivability (Non-critical penetrating hits needed to sink ship):
16 334 lbs / 7 409 Kg = 63,8 x 8,0 " / 203 mm shells or 1,6 torpedoes
Metacentric height 4,5 ft / 1,4 m
Roll period: 13,5 seconds

Hull form characteristics:
Hull has rise forward of midbreak,
a normal bow and a cruiser stern
Block coefficient (normal/deep): 0,502 / 0,510
Length to Beam Ratio: 9,18 : 1
'Natural speed' for length: 25,07 kts
Power going to wave formation at top speed: 52 %
Ship tends to be wet forward

Ship space, strength and comments:
Waterplane Area: 28 687 Square feet or 2 665 Square metres
Structure weight / hull surface area: 117 lbs/sq ft or 572 Kg/sq metre
Adequate machinery, storage, compartmentation space
Excellent accommodation and workspace room
Good seaboat, rides out heavy weather easily
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This guy is a whopper. If you did him on a really low count fabric you could make him into a cushion! A very loud cushion. For kicks, stick a squeaker in there...
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Get the full sized version at Birdie Stitching and download our other patterns - a new pattern every day of the week! See my journal for terms of use. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Tumblr!
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the first step is initial idea / sketch.
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For Comic Fiesta 2013 - Mi by alchemaniac

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an awkward process, but whatever ! 
step 2 > 3 :
well, that escalated quickly ////w////
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:bulletpurple:Render by : ~Deneky
:bulletpurple:Artist : Gia
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:bulletred: I'm not own of this picture so please note that I did not create any of my renders. Rendering an image means getting rid of the background. All credits goes to the original maker.
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:bulletpurple:Render by : ~Deneky
:bulletpurple:Artist : Gia
:bulletpurple:Image source: Here

:bulletred: I'm not own of this picture so please note that I did not create any of my renders. Rendering an image means getting rid of the background. All credits goes to the original maker.
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:bulletpurple:Render by : ~Deneky
:bulletpurple:Artist : Gia
:bulletpurple:Image source: Here

:bulletred: I'm not own of this picture so please note that I did not create any of my renders. Rendering an image means getting rid of the background. All credits goes to the original maker.
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Here is another creature, to bring some attention to Monsters By Email (my latest project now being launched). Please check it out! monstersbyemail.com

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This is a MonstersByEmail give-away stock illustration, which you may use and publish how and where you see fit, in this resolution.

Monsters By Email is a 2.50 dollar/month creature subscription, which includes :
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Pretty selfexplaining I think! Steps 1 and 3 are just visualization, not part of the actual process, meaning, I did the linedrawing from scratch, not over the thumb, and started the painting from the blank canvas again (except for the lines) after doing the color thumb to get an idea of how I wanted the values and lighting to be and all that. This painting went really smoothly because I had a clear idea of it in my head beforehand. I used a ton of layers to keep all the elements separate, over a 100 in total I think, which is only really a good idea if you have the stuff planned out D: In other cases I'd just go and mess around with a painting on a single layer and kind of see what emerges, but this time I tried a different approach. Polygon lasso and locking transparency keeps the edges straight and clean, and after the block-in it's all just rendering stuff out, going over the whole painting to make stuff fit together, and then putting effect stuff on top. Since I knew from the beginning that I wanted glowy lighting like this, I could just go and render everything out without the smoke being there and then just put it in in the end.

The details are like it says 100% zoom, I worked really small this time because of all the layers, the whole image is only like 4k tall.

So there! :] Hope this is interesting to someone.

Cheers!
Hannes
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Here's the steps for my fairytale painting. The whole thing took around 60 hours in total I think.
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In case of some of you don't follow others journals. =)

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Same technique than the previous pack. I used the old pack of rocks I made.
A few instances with some scale variations then let the gravity do the rest. =)
I thought about making a small stream on twitch about this technique & maybe more streams about other things in the future but I'm not sure about the whole thing yet. ^^;
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heres a quick tutorial on how i go about making random characters...

its pretty simple im going to be submitting some examples when this process is used!!

stay tuned!!
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here's a few examples of how I draw bodies!

I have a tutorial as well for anyone who is interested :D

here: [link]

sorry the image is pretty big

hope this helps making drawing bodies a little easier for ya!
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Click DOWNLOAD for the more detail!!

heres a more detailed step by step process of how i go about making random characters!!

its a big file, i tried to make the characters varied, i hope its helpful!!

more tutorials on the way soon!!!
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Tutorial for this piece
Hope you find this (and my other tutorials) helpful!!!


it's the scarypet :facebook:facebook page! please add!!:heart:
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after the lava tutorial, i HAD to make s snowy tutorial!
hope this helps! It's pretty easy, using very few colors! try it!

This series of tutorials so far:



(more tutorials and stuff in my gallery folder!!)
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hehehe. if there are any misspelled words, sorry!
I was half-asleep when i did this!

it's not really a step-by-step process tutorial.. that would take forever! i guess this is an overview of the major processes...

or not...

hehehee

XD


see the final art here... clicky! click!


---note-12/03/08 ---
cool... first tutorial i ever made.. glad some people find it useful!
(i was worried it would suck or might not be an effective tut... since it's my first.. hehehe)

thanks to :iconznow-white: and :iconikue: for featuring it
in 'this article' and 'here too!'

do check out their articles, i found some pther really great stuff they featured in the same articles...
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