Entries in creature (14)
Hello guys! I just joined the site and this is a short introduction about me.
My name is Einar Martinsen, I live in Norway and I'm working at a studio as a VFX/Concept artist/ Matte painter. I'm going to post some of my work here now, and some more later on.
I also have a youtube channel with quick paintings and such. Feel free to check it out =)
Hey folks! This weekend I'll be exhibiting some work at Spectrum Art Live in Kansas City. I have a new sketchbook that will be debuted at the show!
I'm excited to see everyone there. If you're in the area, be sure to stop by and say hello! :)
Hey folks! Here are a few more doodles and concepts I don't think I've shared here before. I've updated my website with a clean, new look! You can check it out here: www.brynnart.com
Thanks for looking! :)
Davi invited me to join a while ago, and I'm finally getting around to making an initial post. This first post is a dump of some older and newer creature and character work designed in 3d. It's an honor to be counted among so many great artists!
Hey everyone! I'm always so inspired by all of the work on here! I've been keeping busy with getting ready for Spectrum Art Live this month as well as new projects. Here are a few things I've made recently:
I like to doodle when I drink my tea. This is just a way to warm up in the morning and to have fun doodling out fun ideas without any pressure:
If you'd like to see a few more pages you can do so on my blog: http://www.fishhookstudio.com/2012/04/doodlies/
What's fun about doodlies, is you can develop them further later! So I chose one from another page and took it to finish:
Of course, drawing real animals is always fun! Here's a sun conure:
And last but not least, here's a reptilian bloke for fun:
More updates coming soon for The Red Valley and some new projects in the pipeline! :D
Lovecraft describes the Deep Ones as a race of undersea-dwelling humanoids whose preferred habitat is deep in the ocean. However, despite being primarily marine creatures, they can come to the surface and can survive on land for some time. They appear almost frog or fish like. There skin is a greyish green with a soft white underbelly.
Heya folks - amazing work being posted as usual. Seriously , one of my favorite blogs and I'm honored to be a member.
Here 's a new guy I snuck in between jobs. Started off with some abstract shapes using custom brushes in Painter 12 and then took it over in PS to ppolish it off. Thanks for peakin' ! S.
Go to http://cassiaharries.blogspot.com/2010/11/steampunk-gargoyle.html for more pictures and turnaround.