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rivals in the same land, ones a giant the other a nobleman
some quick painting fun i forgot to upload 

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For the World of Ice and Fire.  I know big antlers on helmets are impractical, and I originally did a much more practical version, but we decided the big antlers made for a more dramatic image.  Also, Lord Lyonel (antler guy) loses the trial by combat.  Maybe the antlers had something to do with it.
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new brush test
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Something different for a change, random concepts for practice! Some brain vomit  :D 
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Yay!!! I love fantasy. I like heavy knights
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Hope you like it.

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Our Wearable Tech Future

Wed Nov 5, 2014, 7:00 PM
Cyborg by ltluan











What if you could wear your computer or smartphone as a neck tattoo someday?






Motorola has patented the concept of an "electronic skin tattoo" for your throat, equipped with an "embedded microphone" and "a transceiver for enabling wireless communication."  This futuristic tattoo would help you communicate with smartphones, personal computers or other "mobile communication devices."







Check out the complete patent application at this link:



Electronic tattoo, which can be applied to a region of the body via an adhesive, is further comprised of a controller, a personal area network (PAN) transceiver, audio circuitry, a power supply, and a signal processor… Controller of electronic tattoo can be configured to execute programs or instructions to enable communicative coupling of the electronic tattoo to external electronic devices such as a smartphone, a gaming device, a tablet computer, a wearable computer, for example.”



The application also hinted at the lie–detecting possibilities of this tattoo, as it could potentially include a “galvanic skin response detector” that could measure and reveal your body’s physical reactions.



The Atlantic senior editor Alexis Madrigal explored the implications of such a device:



The User could have a screen on his throat that turns orange when he starts sweating because he’s a liar. Everything will be clear to his business associates and loved ones, from the timber of his voice to the content of his character. Who would not want to live in this world?”



Melville House’s Dustin Kurtz wrote about the implication of this truth–telling tech for writers:



Our most effective social lubricant, the falsehood, would become so much grit in the wheels. Only psychopaths could be politicians. What relationship could survive? But of course the most adversely affected, as with all big inventions, would be the poor novelists.”







What do you think? Would the convenience of a wearable computer outweigh the potential privacy issues of this theoretical device?






The problem with every type of spy equipment is that those it is being used to spy upon must take measures to defend against the device. It is always safer to assume every spy is using it and take appropriate measures, whether or not there in any real proof. This is why journalists and doctors and human rights monitors have such a problem with CIA and others using their professions as covers. To be safe, the bad guys must assume everyone is CIA and therefore torture everyone indiscriminately. So now, regular journalists are going to get their throats slit because they might have an e–skin tattoo?



As for skin discoloration as yet another “lie detector” device. Psycho liar killers are sociopaths who do not sweat or experience a raise in blood pressure when lying. They therefore fool lie detector machines easily. Normal people sometimes get “caught” when they’re not even lying, just because the accusation is so upsetting to their system.


If we become a society in which we are not even allowed the occasional “white lie” to ease social situations, we’re doomed to become self–censoring automatons scared to initiate anything outside the lines that might be considered deceptive or rebellious. Since we often have to lie to secure a better job, which we then thrive in or lose according to our abilities finally being allowed to be tested, a world without minor deceptions means a society with no promotions, no personal growth, anti–innovation and risk–taking. So where you’re born is where you stay. The corporate controllers’ paranoid need to police our lives outside of work hours (the reason for lie detectors) thus embeds the spirit of the caste system in our democracy. It’s a cancer we don’t need.









Your Thoughts






  1. Do you think it would possible in this uber-“recorded” society for you to delete all records of yourself so you could go completely “off the grid?”









Do you think it would possible in this uber-“recorded” society for you to delete all records of yourself so you could go completely “off the grid?”


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This piece started out just as me needing a simple way to have my smartphone accessible at events without having to dig through pockets full of junk to get to it- however, I'll be starting to turn out a few of these sized for regular iphones/smartphones (mine's an Evo 4g, so it's a bit bigger than standard) for sale at events and as special commissions- so if you're interested in purchasing such a thing, just drop me a line!
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What? Another lizard? Come on, you shoulda known. My favorite skateboarding southwestern monster, Jimmy Gila. How can you not love Gila Monsters?

*resists the urge to sing the painfully annoying "Skater Boi"*
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Having fun with some military uniforms that aren't all belts and pouches and AK-47s :D
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Early concept of Kaede, a roofer [urban explorer who climbs tall structures] from Brazil who travels the world searching for the next best shot for her camera.
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Photoshop CS5

Wacom Intuos5
Between 15 and 20 hours of work.

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Little something I've managed to paint in the past few days. I don't have that much free time, because of my day-job, but I'm still trying to scribble every now and then. So there you go... a warrior corgi 

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Photoshop, graphic tablet.
Personal artwork.

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You may remember our cool Tribal Warrior Concept...
( design by butteredbap.deviantart.com/ )

Many of you asked us for such a cool mask and well... now I just found someone who could help you! :)

Check this out:

www.coldbloodartpaintball.com/
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A concept for an upcoming illustration, if I ever have time to actually complete it.

Obviously not meant to be a *real* ninja, in the historically accurate sense of the word, just your popculture fantasy ninja :]
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Ragnar Lothbrok from the series Vikings

after some minor setbacks here it is ... finally
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It's time for more Marvel vs Capcom 2 goodness with Captain America this time! Based on the game art and sprites this custom Marvel vs Capcom 2 Captain America was made using a Marvel Legends Hyperion body, USAgent expanded glove cuffs, Dakken belt, and a Steve Rogers head. The head and star were sculpted using Aves Studios Apoxie sculpt and designed to look like they do ingame rather than the comic. Captain America's domed shield comes from the Avengers Assemble battler figure and magnetically attaches to his wrist and back. A bald eagle was added to simulate his win pose from the game as well. Now Captain America is ready to battle!

Want to own this custom or one like it? Check my Ebay Auctions to see what's available this week:
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Pokemon
Video-cosplay [link]

Me as Jessie
Malro (Rei) as James :iconrei-doll:
Photo by Kifir :iconkifir: [link]

Jessie wig tutorial [link]

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Brumak! :)

The last page of Gears of War #3 from DC's Wildstorm imprint.

This book has proven to be my most consistent work in comics to date I think. I can't wait for the hardback trade edition in Nov collecting all the first six.

Happy New Year!

Liam.

P.S. Thanks for the DD!!!
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Click the image!

It's a request from :iconladyyui:
I Just hope she like it.
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Masks
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Zbrush and Photoshop
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Deer hunter
Made this for fun
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Putting that helmet on her really gave amelia an LMS feel. 
unlike her fams she doesnt always use the traditional method of 
vampire hunting. 
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~feedback is appreciated~

he'll get a new sword later

*edit* he got new sword now
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Been awhile since I did neo jap. Time to let loose some! Not gonna post alot of stories regarding the universe just yet, i want to make sure i have enough visuals to present the universe when its ready.

"The Shin Jinrui experiment is a joint project to introduce neuro synchronization between humans and machines, this experiment was one of the many failed decisions before they settled on using AI controlled drones in the police force instead. One of the facility in charge of running these experiments was immediately abandoned after an incident, many have died during the incident and no one is allowed back to the area due to the extreme level of lethal radiation." 

And many many more to be continued. :D
Really fun to bring the universe together and im excited to explore more into it!

Here's some others from Neo Japan 2202 series:

NEO JAPAN 2202 - SHIROBAI by johnsontingThe Tojinbo Cannons - Neo Japan 2202 by johnsontingThe Biwa Generators - Neo Japan 2202 by johnsonting
NEO JAPAN 2202 - Enerugi Gado by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 -  Royales by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 - KIKAI YOHEI by johnsontingNEO JAPAN 2202 - KIKAI YOHEI by johnsonting
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Sci-Fi
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Commission for :iconagrord:

I love doing StarWars related commissions!

on SAI and Photoshop CS6
Wacom Graphire4
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Front view interpretation of the Stormtrooper for Episode VII

All digital paints
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So here is my 2nd version of the episode 7 Stormtrooper, after seeing the even newer images. 

Digital Painting 
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A revamp from the old drawing of my first robot TX-31

"However you see fit, I will carry out your order and eliminate all who threaten your existence. Or those you point me towards, it matters not."
TX-31 was a Hunter-Killer assassin droid and Jedi-Hunter constructed by the Sovereign Sith Lord, Darth Corrus. Years prior to his defection, Corrus built the machine, initially in the desire to create a sentient artificial construct. By the time he fell into the dark side, Corrus rebuilt the droid into a fearsome Hunter-Killer, and upgraded the assassin robot into a Jedi-Hunter as the Sovereignty War broke out. 

After the last battle of the war, TX-31 made his way to the Wookie planet of Kashyyyk, where the droid spent some time in self-imposed exile and destroying any creature and Wookie warrior that dared approach him in the Shadowlands of the forest floor, earning an infamous reputation of something dangerous and sinister. The Jedi Watchman Anwyn Virden found the droid and turned TX to her side after a long vicious battle. Now working for the New Republic, TX-31 was ready to serve his new master and destroy the mockery of the Sovereignty he served that was the Resurgence.

Characteristics

"I have been built with the intent of achieving sentience. During the war, I was rebuilt to satisfy the needs of destroying those who needed destroying. Times change, I suppose."
TX-31's personality programming gave the droid a cool, calculating feel, as he always seemed to be observing and thinking ahead. His vocal patterns was polite and calmly modulated, furthering the sense of the droid's calmness and confidence it had in its abilities. He never underestimated his targets, even the most foolish and ill-equipped target would be given a carefully constructed plan as how to be eliminated. The droid had a dry sense of humor underneath, most likely due to the fact that Corrus programmed him to be more sentient and independent. Despite all of his free will programming, TX remained steadfast and loyal to his masters, mostly towards his first master and creator.


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Cyberpunk
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My portfolio needed some vehicles so I decided to do something fun. I think one of these would be perfect for my commute to work.

Someone should get on that.
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So this is my take on Hengsha from DXHR. At first I planned to do some kind of mines, but after putting various building shapes it somehow turned this way. Anyway, hope you like it.
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blaaaaa......

Et rebelotte !!
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Hyperon project. Et voila encore un...
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Another character of Hyperon ....plus que trois !
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When Richard Nixon first traveled through time there was a considerable malfunction with his time machine, he was transported back to the ice age where he ended up battling a sabertooth tiger.

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CS5
Subway
Arrested Devolpment S4
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Ronald Reagan the man, the myth, the legend. Driving the most the definition of American Muscle how can you get more Liberty into a painting, not much else to say about this.

Download the 1900x1200 wallpaper with the download button on side

Feel Free to share this work of liberty with everyone you know.

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PS CS5
Lots of time
Lots of ice tea
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"In the beginning, there was law. There was order. There was comfort. When the 3rd world war came, our planets landscapes were thrashed, burned, and radiated until a new society, a new life was born. Rebuilt cities, desolate vistas, and scarred earth are all thats left for humanity to hold on to. This is the story of two men, twisted and pushed beyond the threshold of sanity, surviving amongst murderous beasts, mutated species, and rapist goons. Their only hope to make it in this god forsaken land is their partnership and their rivaling, relentless hatred. In the beginning, there was law, now it is only LAWLESS."


This is Dash, one of the two main characters from the comic "Lawless that myself and My friend Bobby are making. The first issue will be available mid august, its all self published between us so you should definitley check it out. Until then consider yourself teased.

Done totally in CS4 with the help of some nachos mmmmmm
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A viking making the path to Valhalla.


Speed Paint

CS4

2 hours
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EDIT: This is going to be featured in issue 55 of ImagineFX, I'm so excited! Everyone be sure to check it out.


"The simple blacksmith takes up arms against his attackers, and becomes legend"

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PS CS4
Some time
iFX weekly Challenge "Arcane Warrior"
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due to popular demand
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Painted over a snapshot of this
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:iconmorriperkele: Update Gone with the Blastwave 3 times in the last 3 months

and GWTB only gets updated about twice a year so this is really something.

so I painted this
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Just some practice with brush and ink.

THANK YOU ALL for your opinions on the earlier version I uploaded ^^ I read them all carefully before putting the deviation in my scraps and finishing this. The result: I left out the deer that wasn't entirely visible and I lowered the one that was.

So, I had a lively discussion about this with a few fellow animal artists in *Sullivan's livestream and we came to the conclusion that these deer look somewhat off. The muzzles aren't entirely right, the ears are a bit long, some other anatomical issues etc. I see now the mistakes I've made and even though it was a little late to fix them on this drawing here, I'll be sure to keep them in mind in future pieces. This was just practice after all ^^ Would have been useless if I hadn't learned anything from it.

But even though I saw my errors, I still felt like finishing it. Can't have thousands of sketches lying around unfinished now, can we. I hope you guys still enjoy this little piece of sketchwork from me.
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Animals Within, Spirit Animals

Wed Dec 17, 2014, 5:34 PM
71-img-00 by techgnotic













There has always been this obsession with the others we share this planet with.


We communicate with them on certain basic levels and yet they inhabit a plane so different from ours: savage, instinctive, a life of sheer survival. At the same time they can do things beyond human abilities: fly through the skies, swim the oceans, apply the physical strength of a dozen strong men. They survive and thrive where we would perish. Yet animals cannot tell tales of their experiences. When we speak of an animal, even our beloved pets and friends, we can only imagine their emotions, thoughts, and inner lives.


Is it then any surprise that from cave paintings to cereal mascots—animals and art are inseparable?



From the beginning of recorded time, animals have been immortalized in pottery, statues, been worshipped as gods, and had fables and myths created in their image. Seventeen thousand years ago, in a cave shielded from the sun, a Cro–Magnon artist raised her bundle of split reeds, dipped them into charred black soot, and began illustrating an opus of animal life: stags, cats, bears, birds. Five thousand years ago, Egyptians integrated animal features into creation myths, and used them as hieroglyphs, adapting the recognizable forms of vultures, bulls, cobras and lions (among others) into a communication system.


Today, in every culture across the globe, animals serve as mascots for sports teams and cereals. We have Tony the Tiger and Toucan Sam. Anthropomorphized animals star in movies and comics. My Little Pony has amassed groups of Bronies. Animal cosplay is mainstreaming into mass culture. It all still begins with a child given that first crayon who immediately begins to sketch the familiar forms of cat and dog.


Animals are intrinsic to creativity and art—but why are they so satisfying to observe, mimic, and draw? What is the power they maintain over us to the extent that so many feel an actual spiritual connection with a particular species of their own extended family—cats, dogs, wolves, dolphins, raptors? While so many feel this connection, artists seem particularly sensitive to the presence of their animal spirit kindred and guides.












Why are artists so drawn to animals?


Visually, animals are beautiful and compelling subjects.


Animals are an efficient subject. Identifying characteristics can be drawn and recognized easily— cat eyes, elephant tails, butterfly wings, bunny ears: all unique visual traits. Powerful physical capabilities lend themselves to artistic expressions of motion. The long fluid moves of a deer, expressively captured with a few expert lines. Quick brushstrokes sketch a hyperactive monkey. Heavy pen lines suggest the static power of a stoic elephant. Physical similarities help artists develop a quick visual shorthand for a specific species—but unlike humans, animals that look alike often behave similarly. While anyone who’s ever lived with a pet knows animals have individual personalities, it’s not over–simplifying to state that each type of animal has its own range of specific behaviors and attitudes. It’s this species–by–species predictability that draw individuals to become fond of a particular animal. Just as an artist may prefer certain subjects or materials, so do artists become fascinated with the idiosyncrasies of a species.



Emotionally, animals express primal urges and desires.


Animal personalities are predictable. Tigers are fierce, squirrels are nervous, sharks are stealthy, hippos are lazy. Compared to the complexity of human behavior, animals are simpler beings. They behave according to instinct, not reason. As such, they serve artists well as ciphers for emotion. It’s not just art that allows us to connect spiritually with animals. It’s easy to observe, in ourselves and others, subconscious similarities between personal behaviors and the characteristics of a favorite animal. We’ll call a clever person a fox, or a stubborn child a donkey. A sweet guy is a puppy dog. A sexy lady is a minx. An angry, stubborn man is a bull. Animals serve as elements of our visual and written language.


Humans explore our own instincts through animal art.


Using animals in art, we recognize the most beautiful and terrifying parts of ourselves—our instincts. Society and language are important for humans, but when we feel urges or emotions beyond what is widely accepted or understood, both of these creations fail us.


When we talk about “spirit animals,” it can be in a magical sense, the idea that an essence we can’t see is guiding us through our lives. Or it can be an affinity for a species we find our instincts connecting with. Perhaps we have a fondness for the way they move, finding them fun to draw. Maybe we can imagine the world through their eyes, running, flying or swimming at top speed. But perhaps we see something more than the animal. We see ourselves.


Animals provide a bridge between the alien and familiar, allowing humans to recognize ourselves in strange forms. We can represent our fears and our desires expressed without reserve. Through animal eyes, we can acknowledge the oddness and the fallibility of humanity. Featuring animals in art, we can interpret many spiritual aspects: the primal and the innocent, the beautiful and mysterious. As long as we share a planet, artists will look to our Earth companions for inspiration and understanding of ourselves.






Community Thoughts



I personally have been drawn to animals my whole life and my earliest pictures were always of wildlife. I think artists see the world through different eyes than most and the things that fascinate us speak to us on a deeper level. Animals are an enigma, they have intelligence and their own means of communication and yet we can only hope to understand and be a part of their world. If you've seen my gallery you know I clearly have a fondness for big cats, I find everything about them to be beautiful and awe inspiring. My art is a way for me to get close to these animals in the only way possible, I’ll never be a zoo keeper (because I know myself and I wouldn’t be able to respect the boundaries they do and I’d get eaten—that’s a fact) and I’ll never own one because it goes against everything in their nature to held in captivity as a pet. It can be a very intimate experience to draw an animal in detail and it makes me feel close to them and privileged to show a side of them that others may not see. Any great animal art in my opinion has to come from a deep love and respect for the subject first and foremost by the artist, and what follows is their tribute.”


:iconheatherzart: Heatherzart






I think people gravitate toward depicting animals in art because they are simply aesthetically stunning to look at. Humans are very visual beings and we have always enjoyed striking colors, beautiful patterns, flowing lines and powerful forms. All animals have something which can be appreciated. Like for example dramatic plumage, or the intricate silver and black patchwork that is the coat of a snow leopard. To capture that on canvas is something many artists find alluring.”


:iconailah: ailah












Your Thoughts




  1. What animal do you find yourself drawn to in your art? What about this subject is so ennobling that you would seek to emulate?
  2. What personal qualities do you possess that drive you to feel a shared connection with a particular animal?
  3. Do you have vivid dreams in which you become, or run with, your “spirit animal”?
  4. Over time, how has your understanding of this animal evolved? Has your perception of the creature changed?
  5. What are some challenges you’ve experienced in terms of drawing animals, and how have you solved them?
  6. How does drawing an animal compare to drawing a human?
  7. Who are your favorite animal-focused artists in the DeviantArt community?









We share the planet with them and communicate with them on certain basic levels. Yet they inhabit a plane so different from ours: savage, instinctive, a life of sheer survival. At the same time they can do things beyond human abilities: fly through the skies, swim the oceans, apply the physical strength of a dozen strong men. They survive and thrive where we would perish. Yet animals cannot tell tales of their experiences. When we speak of an animal, even our beloved pets and friends, we can only imagine their emotions, thoughts, and inner lives.


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Another painting for the game Novus Aeterno. This image was used as a guide to show the look and general feel of the big gas and dust clouds that are to be added into the games space to make space less empty and boring. There is a huge fleet of ships breaking orbit from a planet that can just be seen behind the big dust cloud. This is the first image I did that showed off all the ships the human race has, minus a big ass one but more on that later. The ships are paint-overs of 3D models created by our very talented 3D ship modeler :iconpukey82: some adjustments were made but the basic shape was kept for accuracy.

More info on the game can be found on its Facebook page and Twitter

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(All graphics and information are copyright of novus aeterno LLC and Taitale Studios)
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This is my fourth and last painting inspired by Prometheus movie, requested by avp galaxy. The painting was done before the trailer got released and this was my vision of the ship. You can now see how close (or far) my guess was to the actual ship design from the film.
The scene shows some ancient orbital dockyards near a Space Jockey planet, this is the first encounter of the human explorers with alien technology.

Let me know any comments or critics.

All done in photoshop + wacom in couple of evenings.
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I found my old painting, one of the first I've ever done and forgot about it. It has a bit Christmas of atmosphere, so after small overpaint I could post it here. I hope its not too depressive, even its showing winter 1944 in Germany.
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