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Thomas Jefferson was never much of a warrior history tells us, but yet again history is wrong. This is an image of one of the many attempts by Jefferson to battle all the manliest animals on earth while trying to teach them the ways of America.

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When the Matrix was rebuilt "The One" was very different, it was Abraham Lincoln, and through the many battles with Agent Boothe the final outcome mankind has yet to be decided..... That final battle has yet to happen but Abraham......He's begun to believe.


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FDR, arguable one of the best presidents of all time. Known for his program "The New Deal" and other such accomplishments, what is not not known is his many victories in battle against many different types of enemies. FDR possessed great power and technology as can be seen from his transforming wheel chair in which he slayed many foes.

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Kryptops reimaginado :> Fue un dinosaurio carnivoro que coexistió con Suchomimus y medía unos siete metros de largo.
Parcialmente inspirado por uno de los lagartos más fantasticos de nuestros dias, el Phrynocephalus mystaceus.

Kryptops, reimagined :> It was a meat eating dino measuring about seven meters long that coexisted with Suchomimus.
Partially inspired by one of the most fantastic lizards of our times, Phrynocephalus mystaceus.
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Bautizado espinfosaurio por mi hermana, asi que, ¿por que no? :B Lo dibujé en un momento de aburrimiento sin saber realmente qué era, pero acabó pareciendo un eslabón perdido entre un dilofosáurido y un espinosáurido, lo que me recordó viejas conversaciones con :iconjelsin: sobre las similitudes entre estos dos tipos de dinosaurio. Ahora parece que realmente los espinosaurios provienen de megalosaurios como el Eustreptospondylus (o eso fue lo ultimo que escuché) lo cual relega al espinfosaurio a un universo alterno :(

Named "spinphosaur" by my sister, so why not. :B I drew this in a moment of boredom, without really knowing what would turn out to be. It ended up looking like a missing link between a dilophosaur and a spinosaurid, which reminded me of old conversations with :iconjelsin: about the similarities between these two kinds of dino. Now it appears that spinosaurs did evolve from megalosaurs, such as Eustreptospondylus (or that's what I heard last) which I guess relegates the spinphosaur to an alternate universe or something :(
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¿Ya ven como resultó que el Edmontosaurus tenia una cresta de tejido blando, similar a la de un gallo?
Se me ocurrió que la gente empezaria a dibujar eso, asi que dibuje un Prosaurolophus en su lugar :B (Dino que no habia dibujado en años, por cierto). Prosaurolophus tenia una cresta pequeña en el craneo que no habria sido por si sola una exhibición muy llamativa, pero supongo que ahora tiene mas sentido, si era la base para una cresta mas grande y extravagante que la del Edmontosaurus :B

You know how Edmontosaurus turned out to have a soft tissue crest similar to a rooster's?
It occured to me that people would start drawing that, so I drew a Prosaurolophus instead :B (Dino I had not drawn in ages, btw). Prosaurolophus had a small bony crest on its skull which wouldn´t have been a very eye-catching display on its own, but I guess it would make more sense if the crest was the anchoring point for a fleshy crest larger than Edmontosaurus' :B
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Propaganda poster for the New Conglomerate, one of three empires vying fro control in PlanetSide 2.
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Battlefield 3 Wallpaper by [link]
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22nd in a series of video game posters.

The goal is to represent each title though basic elements featured in the game that would be immediately recognizable.

Tiberium is central to the primary C&C story, it is the one resource the players need manage and it's also the the reason for the global conflicts that take place throughout its history. I was tempted to do a figure of Kane as well but that might be left for a later edition, not any time soon though as the poster series will be put on hold soon.

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Fourteenth in a series of video game posters.

The goal is to represent each title though basic elements featured in the game that would be immediately recognizable.

I decided to illustrate the opening of a vault's entrance for Fallout's poster as seeing the rays of the sun for the first time is quite a significant moment for the characters for the series so far and I find that it properly shows the start of their journey's from their familiar cradle into the harsh wasteland.

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Seventh in a series of video game posters.

The goal is to represent each title though basic elements featured in the game that would be immediately recognizable.

For this poster I went for golden apple that has been at the center of all the conflict so far in the AC series, other than the hidden blade and cloak it has been a constant throughout the lore (and I couldn't find a good way to illustrate the blade interestingly, might in the future though).

The design is based off =DecanAndersen's Design ([link]) , I found his to be really good and as he says in the author's comments Ubisoft doesn't seem to have a definite design for the apple.

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letter from vault tec

A link to the one to print on tea stained paper you lazy bastards![link]
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i needed to redesign the blamco we have all seen at instructables (or ripped off by those papercraft dousches who stole other peoples work) Because it was not entirely acceptable in my opinon. while it works for the casual collector, this one works for even a discerning eye. Seriously, go to the vault wiki and look up blamco this is scary accurate...
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yet another fallout pre sized printout. before anyone says something ignorant sounding, No. the other label is wrong. I have the texture file to prove it.
anyway. I really like this piece alot. partially because the inacurate label was one of the first props I ever assembled from a game.

EDIT: this label sized for 11 oz. cans of campbells pork and beans. campbells soup 11 oz cans work.
also, fixed the colors.
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United States Army Rangers. Hooah! Gotta respect the U.S Army Rangers.
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Russian soldier with his PMK gas mask and wielding an AKS-74U.
Battlefield 3 Russian Engineer with a Russian Gas Mask.
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Assault, Support, Engineer, and Recon ready to fight. Battlefield 3. Background from Armored Kill pack , Alborz Mountains.
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Long time no post!!! NYCC was eventful and I was delighted to meet a couple of deviants I've been following for years while IFS was there!

Anyways, here is a... personal variant of key art used in a defence science expo. The final version used contains only dropped bombs and clear blue skies and little other implied violence. The point of the image was how bombs, or stores, were
separated and jettisoned inflight.

Tilt your head to the right a bit, I promise it looks better that way ;)

-The custom F18 here began as a 3D base/block model done by someone else, mesh heavily edited by me before getting overpainted; sidewinder was kept stock. Single tail config was merely meant to sidestep licensing issues, apparently.
-"Stealth flankers" in bg are my creation. They are not PAK FAs. They were inspired by the Flanker, and YF23. And plenty of Macross. :p
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Now that Galaxies is officially defunct, I thought it safe to post some of my favourite illustrations here for posterity sake..!

Working on this franchise for close to 2 years really helped me grow as a creative and allowed me to explore many aspects of the craft-- its not often you get to play the role of illustrator, story-teller and designer within a single commission. It was truly rewarding in hindsight and more often that not, a very humbling experience when you witness the sheer quality and passion of other fellow creatives working on the same project, really inspires you to stretch yourself beyond the usual bounds!
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I love the official title more than the illustration. Massive killstreak for this guy.
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Check out the e/book here! :www.blacklibrary.com/games-wor…
Illustration © Games Workshop
Art director/producer: Darius Hinks

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Hi all, its been a while! I've been keeping busy working for the wonderful folks at GW/Black Library on illustrations for their various Codex covers, Novels and their audiobook line, as well as more IG covers for Fantasy Flight Games. For the fans of the franchise- that basically means there's quite a backlog now that have yet to be announced... ;)

Amidst all this grimdark carnage of the 41st Millenium I am spending my free time developing my indie "cyber spacepunk" game project which I'll be sharing more info on as soon as I can :v Not only is it a bucketlist item of mine but I find it keeps the voices of Chaos at bay...

So anyways, back to The Imperial Fists, and was probably the most self-pressuring coverwork to date simply because its former IFS colleague and now GW artist Kevin Chin's favourite chapter. The brief was as always, brief(hur hur), along the lines of "make 3rd coy marine look good while wielding a two handed bolter, and it would be nice to have some iron warriors in it if possible".

Tangent: I can tell you that my respect goes up exponentially to the artists at GW with every similar worded brief, for 'simply' being able to draw the same specce muhreens doing their thing for decades, and keeping it fresh somehow.

So like with my other GW illustrations, I turned to visual metaphor to hopefully add a little something extra for the fans. My first cheeky try was him looking like he was taking the full force of the explosion and trying to stay up, which was off brand and so heretical to see a marine flinch that I had to think of a different way to present my idea. :p In this final direction, the Fist is almost effortlessly bracing against the shockwave of some heavy artillery impacting next to him. I thought it was a subtle enough nod to their infamous fortitude and stubborness and almost natural enough to be handwaved as a natural byproduct of a crazy warzone. Form and function OCD streak not completely satisfied, I then turned my attention to the suit. I put this off objectively to incompetence on my end as an illustrator, but I find it quite a necessity to exaggerate certain proportions to lend personality to the characters that I illustrate. But I really hate to be too blatant about it and enjoy challenging myself to redesigning functional bits of armour to achieve that same aesthetic goal while hopefully maintaining the illusion that the human form within it remains unchanged. And where it comes to marines in armour, I've thankfully been given a pretty wide berth. For this Errant Pattern wearing soldier, one of the first things that came to mind was bulky arms, definitely Joe Mad inspired :) Something I felt would complement the wide collar and 'compact' 2-handed grip that was needed to keep a marine centered in a shot without going stylistically overboard. So one idea I had, more of a spillover from my Phobos Tactica piece was a dual layer gauntlet that doesnt add bulk to the hand -so dexterity can be maintained in the grip- but just adding protection to where its needed most, forearm and top of hand. The bevels and hinge were smoothened down to maintain the more classic space marine 'cut off at the cuff' gauntlet silhouette. Fingertips are tapered to better sink into the eye sockets of opponents I suppose?

One other element I fondly recall spending unnecessary time debating with myself on was the thigh bag which I really wanted in, cause if you're a heavy duty defender you're going to need ammo... and for some aesthetic reason a standard buckle just didn't seem right. It called too much attention to itself. So I decided with an inverse button setup or something that resembled a velcro-quick application(without...you know..being..velcro..) with padded material to give it some bulk.

Lastly, one thing I really adored in the classic 40k imagery was that sexy fashion magazine waxy gloss on marine armour. And while hunting for more modern takes on the imperial fists, Neil Robert's Shadows of Treachery fists boarding party looked so sick especially with the gloss look I remembered as a kid I had to just throw in the gloss effect for inspiration sake. Seems legit enough even in ground war, plenty of downtime during the siege to polish up and keep your gear clean! Wax on... wax off... grasshoppah

In any case I hope you Imperial Fists loyalists out there enjoyed this tribute to your chapter, to Dorn, and to glory! :salute:
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During World War II Germany sent her finest young men to sea in it's fearsome U-boat fleet in an effort to bring Britain to her knees. During the early days of the war the U-boats nearly accomplished this feat. As the Allies became more adept at combating the German submarine menace, the casualties of the U-boats rose rapidly. The once voracious hunters now became the hunted. Despite the tremendous odds against them, the U-boatmen continued to carry the war to sea and attack Allied shipping wherever it was found. All too often this resulted in detection by destroyer escorts and a relentless pounding via depth charge attack. The only escape for the U-boat in this case was to submerge and rig for silent running in hopes of escaping detection. One can only imagine the terror these men must have felt as bombs exploded outside their steel tube; the black sea ready to crush them instantly should their hull be cracked.
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Built in 1952, the SS United States is a luxury liner which sailed the Atlantic Ocean. Designed to also be used as a troop transport in time of war, the ships top speed was kept a classified secret. Soon after she was built she proved how fast she was capturing the record for the quickest crossing of the Atlantic Ocean in both directions. Even in her retirement, the SS United States holds the Blue Riband trophy awarded to the fastest passenger ship to cross the Atlantic in regular service. Fabulously luxurious, the ship carried many famous dignitaries and celebrities in her day. A voyage on the SS United States was the trip of a lifetime. With the advent of commercial jet airliners, travel by ship fell out of favor and the ship was removed from service. Today the ship is in danger of being scrapped. There is a strong effort to preserve the ship by the SS United States Conservancy.
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The Grumman F6F Hellcat was the US Navy's answer to the superb Japanese A6M Zero during WWII. Powered by a Pratt & Whitney, 2000 HP radial engine and armed with 6 .50 cal machine guns, the Hellcat was all muscle. Flown from aircraft carriers, the type quickly proved dominant in the Pacific over it's Japanese counterparts. Racking up an impressive 19:1 kill ratio, the Hellcat became known as "the Ace Maker". This print depicts the Navy's all time leading ace, David McCampbell. "Minsi III" was an F6F-5 Hellcat David McCampbell flew in which he scored the last 23-1/2 of his 34 victories.
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