Original size:8000px by 4942px 300 dpi (yep pretty big and detailed)
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note* bg is a matte painting using my own photographs
Edit: removed the burning man and replaced him with an archer instead. also removed the knife with spurting blood on the opponent's neck(lower right most). replaced it with a binoculars instead. guess that's it
P.S. I'm not gonna release any higher resolution than this one. Hope you like it
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My entry to Blizzcon 2010 fan art contest. Unfortunately, It didn't make it to the top 3. But it's ok!
Tosh with his band of spectre spooks. While a viking, which BTW, is one my favorite terran units, covers them from behind. I remember staying up late the last night before the deadline. I was painting the whole weekend and my hand was starting to hurt. But it's all good! Hope y'all like it! I really enjoyed working on this.
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I can totally understand why my piece didn't make the cut. Look at 2nd and 3rd place! They are freakingly, mind-blowingly EPIC!
As for the first place, I've seen it so many times before - Cute and creative always beats bad ass and detailed. I don't mind that one bit. But if I were one of the judges, I'd simply vote for the ones that make my jaw drop. And that is why I am not that creative. lol.
When someone dies, the early people leave the dead on top of the mountains for the life giver's judgment. The life giver offers dead people a chance to live and be with their family again, that's if they've been a good citizen during their past life. But if they're not, The body and soul of the dead will be offered to the beasts.
This is the update for Javelin's wyvern mount. This time it is largely modeled after fish eating theropods and crocodilomorphs. When they are taken in to be converted to mounts, a hole is cut in the membrane to facilitate the legs of the rider. This particular variety of mountable wyverns are prized for their regal blue and red coloration. The paddle like tail is used in flight and they are known for taking to the water when they are young.
I started creating this as old castle in old, dead forest. In the end of the process i decided that Thorgal, character from comic book series by Jean Van Hamme and Grzegorz Rosiński will be right in the place. And basically thats how this project became fan art.
In-Class demo from this week. Painting up the final 'gorilla robot' in a clean version more like a Bradley tank also did a quick digital camo variant but maybe i will post that later. Probably a bit overkill from an illustration/focal point standpoint but the main purpose is just to showcase the model/design in an environment.... will get to some more fun illustrated stuff soon.