I'm curious what folks think about the new art
Alisa wrote:http://www.alisachristopher.us/sketchbook/stanley.jpg is an example...
Alisa wrote:I'm curious what folks think about the new art
Erk, you don't have to pimp your friend.
DevilDan wrote:Very cute update, I suppose, which is matched by the artwork.
For reference, I wasn't trying to copy Jamie's style. I was trying to capture the characters in something that was still me....
http://www.alisachristopher.us/sketchbook/stanley.jpg is an example I showed Rob that was even more SuperDeformed than what I did, but I felt for the summer updates it would be better to do a sort of compromise between the originals and that.
I did enjoy drawing the Hamtard tho.
moose o death wrote:to clarify wrong i meant off model. certainly closer to on the models than i can do
in fact i tried exactly that based on one of the aftermath pages for parson and the new toolbox wallpaper for ansom
parson is closer than ansom by a longshot but both need work.
cloning another artists technique is never as easy as it looks
for those interested the image was made in z brush of all places. a new plugin was released that allows you to paint on a more 3d canvas allowing the grain to show through. the results look so much more natural for digital ink than photoshop gives
"And we're not even sure you've got move, right? You'd need to be promoted from garrison unit... No, I think for the time being, I'd like to keep you right here in the capital where I can mentor you." Stanley gave him a smile and a finger point. "You've got potential, kiddo. I really mean that. I think we could shape you up and turn you into a real champion."
mortissimus wrote:So now Hamster is going to find that out. And probably test the movement rules a bit. Interesting.
Lord Kasavin wrote:As a proud Alumnus of the Ohio State University, I feel like I totally have a connection with Parson right now. Though a few things are off. I mean, no matter who the opponent the Horseshoe filled every one of its 100,000+ stadium seats which creates an "invasion" of crowds, vendors, scalpers, and other odd characters. Playing Michigan just intensifies it a bit more. ...