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Big and little

Some recent after-work sketches.

Amazing stuff on here lately.

I might have to get my 'save image as' on.




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Hi Greg love the work its fantastic is your dinosaur creature digitally coloured?
If not how the hell do u do it???
keep up the good work

July 4, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterPaul Devine

you are back! yay!

great stuff man, have you played or seen much of the newest final fantasy(13)? There's these big turtle dinosaurs-like creatures that tower over the player just like your first piece :)

Here's a link to it if you dont mind a spoiler to the game:
Skip ahead 30 seconds!

July 4, 2010 | Registered CommenterDavi Blight

Outstanding work! I love the sketchbook page and how you've painted it. The sketch of that astronaut is great.

July 4, 2010 | Registered CommenterBrynn Metheney

Cool creatures! As inspiring as always. Thanks for posting!

July 5, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam B. Hand

beautiful update. i'm in love with the painted creature in your sketchbook. amazing!!

July 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterGio Nakpil

Thanks fullahs!
Hey Paul - yes, this was digitally coloured. It's drawing from my sketchbook, and I took a iphone photo of it and emailed it to myself (that's a far crappier, but slightly quicker way of capturing the image than scanning it - I am lazy and will save 10 seconds where I can).
The rendering is done in photoshop, and my technique for that is pretty much the same as I use with traditional paint, but I use textures and other tricks within photoshop to introduce the randomness that you normally lose with digital media.

Thanks Davi! I checked out the vid. Man, I gotta play a FF game sometime. I play a lot of games, but I've never got round to the FF series.
I can't say I'm a fan of the aesthetic, but I am in awe of the depth and breadth of artistry they build their games with.
Thanks for the link!


July 17, 2010 | Registered CommenterGreg Broadmore

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