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I know this one had been done before, but I built this before I realized that. Regardless, here is Mega Man Zero in Minecraft form.

Zero belongs to Capcom
Minecraft belongs to Notch + Mojang
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From Yu-Gi-Oh! (the original series), here is the Dark Magician Girl in Minecraft form!
Like my Link statue, credit for the design goes to :iconrinoaff10:.

Dark Magician Girl belongs to Kazuki Takahashi
Minecraft belongs to Notch + Mojang

Here is the art I used as a basis: [link]
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Continuing my recent trend of building statues of female characters, here is the beautiful Jessica Rabbit in Minecraft form. As you can see, this one is taller than the ceiling cap, so I had to dig into the ground to build her.

Credit for the design goes to :iconjontukka:, although I made some slight modifications to it.

Jessica Rabbit belongs to Disney
Minecraft belongs to Notch + Mojang
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The Silverfish :D
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Esp.
El zombie de minecraft

Eng.
The zombie of minecraft

:bulletblack:Si te gusta mi trabajo dale click al link :D [link]

:bulletblack:If you like my work click the link :D [link]

:icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz: Ask me first B-)
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Espaņol.
El pico de diamante
:icondiamondpickaxeplz:
English.
The Diamond Pickaxe
:icondiamondpickaxeplz:

:bulletblack:Si te gusta mi trabajo dale click al link :D [link]

:bulletblack:If you like my work click the link :D [link]

:icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz: Ask me first B-)
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I tried a new style for me ^^

I hope that it went well


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The render can't be found anywhere ( I mean with the full gun and hand) bcz i made the whole render ^^
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this is an old sig i made but it didn't look like this and i changed it little bet so that at least it looks good ^^

and yea it's for me :P
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I made this for a friend ^^

i hope that everyone likes it
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This is :iconkcmutt: 's completed commission, one of two, this one of a tribal rooster with a boar worked into its tail.

Photo of commissioner's inked tattoo can be seen here: [link]



:bulletred: I do apologize for the obnoxious watermarks but they have been put in place to help cut down on the prolific theft of my artwork as well as to protect the commissioned art that was designed for my clients' use. It is an intensely frustrating thing seeing a design you worked so hard to create being reposted or even sold elsewhere without your knowledge or consent and that does not even begin to cover how my clients feel about it. And that is why the watermarks exist and are going to remain. Any snarky comments regarding them will be marked as spam. :bulletred:


Please do not copy, trace, alter, or redistribute this anywhere in any way, shape, or form!

This design was created specifically for the commissioner's use only. If you would like a design custom created for you, drop me a note or see my FAQ journal entry here: [link] if you need more info.



Lineart: Micron Pen Size 03


:icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz:
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This is :iconoxigun: 's completed commission three of three, this one of an aggressive panther in tribal design.


:bulletred: I do apologize for the obnoxious watermarks but they have been put in place to help cut down on the prolific theft of my artwork as well as to protect the commissioned art that was designed for my clients' use. It is an intensely frustrating thing seeing a design you worked so hard to create being reposted or even sold elsewhere without your knowledge or consent and that does not even begin to cover how my clients feel about it. And that is why the watermarks exist and are going to remain. Any snarky comments regarding them will be marked as spam. :bulletred:


Please do not copy, trace, alter, or redistribute this anywhere in any way, shape, or form!

This design was created specifically for the commissioner's use only. If you would like a design custom created for you, drop me a note or see my FAQ journal entry here: [link] if you need more info.



Lineart: Micron Pen Size 03
Color: Copic Markers


:icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz:
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This is :iconscorpio11391: 's completed commission of an alert tribal fox with a paw print on its hip.



:bulletred: I do apologize for the obnoxious watermarks but they have been put in place to help cut down on the prolific theft of my artwork as well as to protect the commissioned art that was designed for my clients' use. It is an intensely frustrating thing seeing a design you worked so hard to create being reposted or even sold elsewhere without your knowledge or consent and that does not even begin to cover how my clients feel about it. And that is why the watermarks exist and are going to remain. Any snarky comments regarding them will be marked as spam. :bulletred:


Please do not copy, trace, alter, or redistribute this anywhere in any way, shape, or form!

This design was created specifically for the commissioner's use only. If you would like a design custom created for you, drop me a note or see my FAQ journal entry here: [link] if you need more info.



Lineart: Micron Pen Size 03


:icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz:
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AsSUEme the position!

This is the 2nd to last promo before we start running "Ensign Two: The Wrath of Sue", the sequel to our trek-tastic parody Ensign Sue Must Die! Look for the final promo image next Friday and then prepare yourself for SUEmsday on December 21st!
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JAYCON IN ELIZABETHTOWN, PA APRIL 6 & 7!! WOOOOO!!!

The fine folks at Jaycon, a fun little college anime convention hosted by Elizabethtown College, invited me as a guest and asked if I would do a program book cover featuring their show's mascots. I gladly obliged. Hope to see some of you guys there. :)
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Here's the promo image we displayed at Fan Expo Canada last weekend! That's right, *comicalclare and I are working on a sequel to "Ensign Sue Must Die!" It's been in the works for a year or two, but I think we're finally ready to move forward with it.

Look for the comic starting some time in Oct-November updating at:
www.claremoseley.ca
www.interrobangstudios.com

also at my and Clare's respective dA accounts:
:iconcomicalclare: and :iconkevinbolk:

We'll both keep you guys posted when we start rolling this thing out! We hope you're as excited as we are. ^_^
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Commission for :iconasienk: who wanted a back tattoo of a nine tailed fox and wings in memory of her beloved dog :hug:

Commission info: [link]

Drawn in Paint tool SAI

Augen Auf Playing cards for sale :D [link]
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NOTE: The cards are currently not for sale. Sorry about this! People, please stop sending me your money! I honestly wasn't expecting more orders when sales are closed so I haven't been checking the e-mails and I just saw $60+ in my account -_-

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Yes!!! the Augen Auf Cards are finally ready! Here's all the cards in the deck [link] :D The cards are like any regular deck of playing cards with a plastic film that's water proof. The price is $15 per deck. Shipping is $2 for 1 or 2 decks within the US. Free shipping within the US for purchase of more than 3 decks.

For example:
1 deck + shipping within US = $17
2 decks + shipping within US = $32
3 decks + shipping within US = $45

For shipping out of US:

Canada: $3 for 1 deck, $5 for 2 or 3 decks, free for 4 decks or more

Any where else in the world: $6 for 1 deck, $10 for 2 decks, $13 for 3 decks, $15 for 4 decks.

The shipping is through regular UPSP snail mail which is not 100% safe (might get lost on the way, stolen, etc) , and extremely slow (might take up to a month) if you would like special priority shipping, or UPS shipping, the price will vary depending on what kind.

If you're interested in bulk purchase for resale in stores or at conventions, I will sale the cards for $10 per deck for purchase of 25 decks or above.

How to purchase:

E-mail me at AugenAufCards@gmail.com DO NOT note me on dA, please use the e-mail.

In the e-mail, include the following information

Your name:
Your address: (number, street, city, state, zip code, country. Please write the address the way you would put it on an envelope. Do not put it all in one line, especially if you're from a different country.)
Number of decks:
Paypal account e-mail: (if you can't use Paypal, tell me and we'll work something out.)
For shipping outside US or special shipping, I will give you a price first, then you can pay me.

My paypal account is AugenAufCards@gmail.com I will mail the cards after I receive the payment.

After I have received the payment and mailed the cards, I will e-mail you to tell you the cards are on the way. How long it takes for cards to arrive varies depending on how far you live from California. Please understand that I can't run to the post office 24/7, I'm in a university with tons of work, so I will not immediately mail the cards right after I receive the payment but I will as soon as possible.

If it has been over a month and you still haven't received your cards, please tell me about it! I'm not here to steal your money so please tell me if you never received the cards.

That's all :D feel free to ask me any questions through e-mail or dA note.
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:bulletblue:FACEBOOK:bulletblue:TUMBLR:bulletblue:TWITTER:bulletblue:COMMISSIONS:bulletblue:




Commission for :iconshaydarcy: who wanted a drawing of her character in a Victorian room with lots of vintage frames :) Just one more commission to go and I'll be done for the month~~~

For new sketches and work in progress, please visit my facebook [link] or tumblr [link]

Other works:

Drawn in SAI.
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So this is the complete range of my 3D Design re-packaging concept. As a line for children, it was very hard to come up with original flavours that would appeal to their pallets, and I suspect that the Key-Lime flavour may not be the most successful or popular, lol!

I will take a photo of the caramel packaging that I have actually constructed and post it later on. The actual template are hexagonal in shape, just like the original product, Koala No Marchi. But the Box Shot 3D program doesn't render anything other than square-rectangular shaped boxes, so this is the only way I can show you the entire flavour range.
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I've come to the conclusion that koalas are shit at selling anything!

No one like to buy stuff with koalas plastered all over it, except for Japanese tourists, perhaps, but I suspect that's an obligation more than anything!

For this 3D Design brief, I had to redesign the packaging of an existing product that I felt was not particularly successful. I chose Koala No Marchi "pudding (creme caramel?) flavour" snacks - which are the nearest competitors to Hello Pandas - which have a much better design!

But we were told to come up with a new brand and sub-brand. I pretty much changed everything, because who likes pudding flavoured biscuits anyway? I tried them and they were gross! It was also an exercise in creating accurate die line templates. The original packaging is a hexagon column, and I think that it came out much more sellable than the original.

I got my hands on a program called Box Shot 3D which basically generates virtual packaging - it's pretty awesome! However, the only drawback with the version I have is that you can't create boxes with more than a 6 sides (a standard box).

Luckily my design works on both the hexagon box and standard box! And this image is the result of rendering a virtual package in Box Shot 3D :D it's too cool!
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The old Black Knight dragon crest that I drew in MS Paint brings back nice memories, but for my new papercraft LEGO Castle Black Knight minifig, I made a new one which does look a bit better I think. ;o)

Stay tuned! [link]
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Rummaging through some old folders, I came across the Nintendo Papercraft logo I made in 2009.

It's a very simple logo, but I still like it, and here are the steps I took to develop it (which will work for pretty much any design assignment ;o)


STEP 1: ANALYZE THE ASSIGNMENT
The first step in any design assignment is to analyze the assignment. You need to know what you're supposed to do of course, but it also gets the creative juices flowing and inspires you while you're thinking about the subject at hand.

In this case, the assignment was very simple and clear ("make a new logo for the Nintendopapercraft.com website!") but if you're not familiar with the subject, this step can involve quite a lot of research first of course.

It's an important step, though, because it will provide the basis for your ideas. Without a good basis, the design will likely feel like a cluttered mesh of ideas, with really nothing holding it together...


STEP 2: COME UP WITH AN IDEA
With a good analysis of the assignment, coming up with an idea will be easy: with your added knowledge of the assignment and the subject, you will likely already have lots of inspiration!

In this case, my idea was as simple as the assignment: it's a logo for a site about Nintendo papercraft models, so the logo should make that clear at one glance.

On one hand, the logo should clearly express the "papercraft" part, but also the "Nintendo" part of course. And more importantly for me: it should be about *anything* Nintendo, so no specific characters like Link or Mario or other references to specific Nintendo games or series.


STEP 3: DEVELOP A CONCEPT
A concept is not the same as an idea. A concept is the way how you want to give substance to your idea to make the end product that was asked for in the assignment.

So in this case: how can I create a logo that expresses both "papercraft" and "this is about all things Nintendo, not just Zelda or Mario"?

"The" basic papercraft logo for me is a pair of scissors cutting a piece of paper. Even on japanese websites, when you see that logo, you know that's where you need to go to find the print & crafts section. ;o)

And because I didn't want to use any specific Nintendo characters or references to specific games or series, I chose to use the Nintendo logo itself: if anything says "this is about all kinds of Nintendo related stuff and not just about any specific series", the Nintendo logo is it. ;o)

So with these two ideas, I came up with the concept to "clothe" the generic papercraft logo into a Nintendo jacket, by letting the scissors cut out the Nintendo logo.


STEP 4: GO AND DO!
Pretty self-explanatory I think: take your concept, and create your logo!

The great thing about taking the time to develop your ideas first, is that if during drafting you come up with new points you might have overlooked earlier (which often happens on big assignments...) you don't have start all over again.

Simply test any problems that may arise against your concept, and you'll be able to come up with an answer that will automatically fit in with the rest of your ideas.

That way, it won't feel like it was just "added later on in lack of a better idea" because that's usually when designs go awry...


STEP 5: FEEDBACK, RINSE, REPEAT
Especially on more serious assignments, you will get feedback on your work.

Sometimes it's only about something very small (in this case, people asked me to change the "Nintendo" part in the logo to "Npapercraft" so I made the second and third versions, although in the end they decided to use the first version anyway).

But sometimes there are more comments on your work asking for much bigger changes: not everybody has the same taste, of course, so don't be surprised

If you did your work well, though, you should be able to convince people that your concept fits their assignment.

And even if they don't like the way you gave it substance, that's something you can talk about of course (on more serious assignments, you will probably have made several variations already yourself to show them).

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I think most people and especially designers already automatically follow these steps, although normally not this explicitly perhaps.

Especially with good designers, it might look as if they regularly skip a few steps, but that's usually just because they're able to take them so quickly, drawing from their experience of course.

Still, it's good to understand the steps you take, I think. If you ever got stuck during an assignment, it's always good to check if you didn't miss a step or work it out a little better. ;o)

Most importantly, though: have fun!
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A tattoo design, commissioned to fit either wrist of ankle.

The father of the commissioner had a knotwork dragon tattoo on his chest. After he fell ill with cancer, him and his wife decided that they would get unwound dragon tattoos when his journey was over. Sadly, he passed away in December 2008.

His daughter wanted a commission as a tribute and remembrance piece. She already had a peacock tattoo, and the animal meant a great deal to her. She wanted a tattoo with the two creatures intertwined.

I suggested an unwound dragon design, to signify that his journey was indeed over and that he is free. She liked that idea and so I set out to play.

The end result, a very tightly designed tattoo, in traditional styling. But where you can clearly see the dragons head should be following the pattern, and laying itself down to the design like the peacock, you can see the creature raise it's head and starting up with an almighty roar.

'Saoirse' written at the bottom, which is Gaelic for 'Freedom'
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Shape-shifters play a important roll in Celtic mythology. Some people are turned into animals through jealousy, as is the case in the famous Children of Lir story, others choose to do so by magic.

Our Celtic shape-shifter is now available as a fancy pathtag! You can hang them from your bag, key chain or even convert them into a pendant to wear!

A pathtag is a single-sided metal tag about the size and weight of a one Euro coin. The precise dimension of Pathtags are 23mm in diameter and 2.0mm thick.

Pathtags are made from a solid iron base and are plated in a protective silver plating.

LIMITED EDITION OF 150

Available through our website; [link] (in the 'various' section)
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Here are the wires and textures,as requested :)
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First render is done,working on some other renders that i will update tomorrow :)
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