Posted 02 July 2012 - 07:08 PM
Posted 09 January 2013 - 06:01 PM
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Le Costume Design! (The belt didn't survive unfortunately.)
(There's a lot of art with my cast of superhero characters, and still some I have to finish. )
His name used to be "Primal" though I felt since the aliens were actually a intelligent, space-worthy, technological race that his "title" should refer to his powers. So far his running name is "Stonerend". (The emblem on his chest has also received a retcon in his most recent version, though you won't see it here.)
And we're back to GW2. Remember all of those sketches of Archaes's family/ancestry before? Well, I finally made the family tree!
A painting for a friend of his human engineer, Quinn Hughes.
"Monochromatic Genius" - Painted photo-collage assignment
I made this three days before Guild Wars 2's release; I'm sure some of you will get the joke.
A quick head portrait of Archaes. A bit disappointed with how it turned out, though it still needs a lot more work.
"Space, Time, Continue" (Digital collage project) - We actually had to create restraints for ourselves so I made sure that each panel made use of a different style, that the three panels clearly indicated a passage of time, and that the colors also reflected the passage as well.
"Weather Warning!" - **Beware of cheesy superhero dialogue.** (The constraints for this assignment were that I had to include the following: a mountain, a tornado, an elephant, and a train.)
So yeah...more superhero stuff. As it turns out, Stonerend is human, but he's infected with alien DNA that override's his own and takes a vaccine to suppress that alien DNA to remain human. In case you were wondering...though you probably weren't. :B
Storyboard Stop-motion Project (There's ten more pages of frames, but I'm not pasting all of them on here; it'd take forever. )
"Leif's Westward Life" (Historical Comic Final)
I probably should have posted this here over the holidays; it slipped my mind.
"Tyria's Heroes" (Much love to Gumboots for sharing her technique that she used in hers)
My characters from left to right: Luzon the Puissant (elementalist), Amanda Carlisle (engineer), Jedrikk Cinderedge (warrior), Archaes Iomhar (guardian), Braskiir Vroanson (mesmer), Jie Tian (necromancer), Verainmhitheyrn (ranger), and Shava Duskrider (thief).
Just me looking towards the future...
"My Friend, Totoro" (I watched the movie for the first time about a month ago and loved it, so I started sketching something for it back then, worked on it on and off, and finally finished it last night. Coincidentally, it was Hayao Miyuzaki's 72nd birthday last Saturday.
And that's all for now. I'll be sure to artdump again in the future.
Edited by Archaes, 09 January 2013 - 06:18 PM.
Posted 09 January 2013 - 10:24 PM
I will say that is a really amazing family tree spanning all the way back to GW2 (with Krytan text!) That deserves a front page bump IMO Also they actually mentioned in the lore that gargoyles have all vanished? I didn't know that.
And you're working on a stop motion project, more details please.
And you only just saw Tonari No Totoro (My Friend/Neighbor Totoro)? Isn't that an amazingly entertaining movie? I'm not surprised you're inspired to draw totoros now
Edited by Doctor Overlord, 09 January 2013 - 10:25 PM.
Posted 17 January 2013 - 01:58 AM
I enjoyed the batch, and like the storeboard the best.
Posted 22 January 2013 - 04:26 AM
Krytan, Old Ascalonian, and one Canthan! And yes, the disappearance of the gargoyles was written in one of the book's timelines...I think.
As for the stop-motion (though it's more like a storyboard animatic), you can see all of the panels on my dA. As for the animation itself... you can watch it here:
And yes, Totoro was awesome and imaginatively stimulating.
I don't think Totoro is a pokemon, no. o_o
A spur-of-the-moment doodle that I did after listening to the Guild Wars 2 VO Outtakes on ArenaNet's soundcloud.
I had also forgotten to post two videos projects I did for a class in which I got to use Guild Wars 2 as the medium of my "art".
This was the third project from my "Introduction to Digital Studio Practice" course. The assignment was to create a drift, which is, as written on our project's description, "based on the notion of dérive (translated from French as drift) attributed to French philosopher and filmmaker Guy Debord. In essence, a drift is an unplanned and intuitive exploration of geography, landscape and architecture, intended to map, what Debord referred to as psychogeography, or the 'specific effects of the geographical environment (whether consciously organized or not) on the emotions and behavior of individuals.'"
The final project and second machinima for my Intro. to Digital Studio Practice class. The goal was to tell a narrative about some any kind of journey. This was mine.
That's all I have for now.
Edited by Archaes, 22 January 2013 - 04:29 AM.
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