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8:45 PM on 03.04.2010  

Makoto Fan Art

Hey everyone!

Been a few months since my last post and oddly enough, like my last blog entry - it's still Street Fighter related.

Makoto, an amazing SF3 character returning in Super Street Fighter 4 has me excited beyond compare.
Hope you guys enjoy the image and I'll catch you on the interwebz!

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11:55 AM on 11.07.2009  

Cammy Fan Art Illustration

Hey everyone!

Hope your weekend is going well.

I thought I'd try making a TE stick image. Most of the images are created horizontally and for good reason, because of the shape of the controller.

I thought I'd try my hand at doing a vertical image- just to see how it turned out.
While the results are pretty awful, I thought I'd share anyway. =)



How it would lay out on the stick:
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11:40 AM on 10.04.2009  

Tales of Monkey Island Fan Art - Morgan LeFlay

Been a while since I've blogged an illustration. I've been having a lot of fun with the Tales of Monkey Island games recently and wanted to do a fan piece of alluring bounty hunter Morgan LeFlay.



On a related note, don't forget to enter the SCUMM contest (deadline is 10/19/09)!   read


11:06 AM on 09.08.2009  

The highlight of my PAX experience.


Samit. With a 360 controller. On his birthday.


Just kidding - You know I got nothing but love for you Samit.
Also, I miss all of you!   read


8:49 PM on 12.08.2008  

Media Monday - December 8, 2008

Media Monday is intended to be a creative community activity where participants use ANY media of their preference. It can be traditional media (pencil, paper clips, pen on post-it), digital (photoshop, painter, MS-Paint, etc), a photograph, 3D modeling program, or more esoteric items that fits the theme.

There is a time limit of 60 minutes (an hour) when you start your image. This can be done any time before the next Monday (you choose the hour that works best for you). After 60 minutes (or sooner if you prefer), please share the piece even if it isn't complete. Afterwards, post your piece in the comments.

This isn't a contest - it's meant to be a friendly collaboration for members of the community to take part it. Don't worry about the results, its intended to be fun!

Please try using the upcoming releases as the theme. Anything coming out that you'd like to try a creative spin on, please check here:
http://www.gamespot.com/newthisweek.html

I'll be out next weekend and Monday so there won't be any next week. Sorry, but I'll have it the week after! Unless you guys want to do it without me as well. :)

I'm honored to share last weeks submissions (they are seriously amazing):
the GAMEGOBLIN



DanlHaas


deiga-the-semivaliant


Dead Movie Star


My week's submission is Chie Satonaka from Persona 4.
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11:14 AM on 11.27.2008  

Happy Thanksgiving DToid.

I apologize as I was unable to have Media Monday this last... Monday. Thanksgiving preparations have kind of fubared my schedule this week.

Hope everyone has a wonderful long weekend.

Take care!

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9:27 PM on 11.17.2008  

Media Monday - November 17, 2008

Media Monday is intended to be a creative community activity where participants use ANY media of their preference. It can be traditional media (pencil, paper clips, pen on post-it), digital (photoshop, painter, MS-Paint, etc), a photograph, 3D modeling program, or more esoteric items that fits the theme.

There is a time limit of 60 minutes (an hour) when you start your image. This can be done any time before the next Monday (you choose the hour that works best for you). After 60 minutes (or sooner if you prefer), please share the piece even if it isn't complete. Afterwards, post your piece in the comments.

This isn't a contest - it's meant to be a friendly collaboration for members of the community to take part it. Don't worry about the results, its intended to be fun!

Please try using the upcoming releases as the theme. Anything coming out that you'd like to try a creative spin on, please check here:
http://www.gamespot.com/newthisweek.html

I think I chewed off a bit more then I could do in an hour today. Logo taken from here: http://www.l4d.com/media.htm. Alias Sketchbook Pro and Photoshop 58 minutes.


Large size can be found here.   read


7:41 PM on 11.10.2008  

Media Monday - November 10, 2008

Media Monday is intended to be a creative community activity where participants use ANY media of their preference. It can be traditional media (pencil, paper clips, pen on post-it), digital (photoshop, painter, MS-Paint, etc), a photograph, 3D modeling program, or more esoteric items that fits the theme.

There is a time limit of 60 minutes (an hour) when you start your image. This can be done any time before the next Monday (you choose the hour that works best for you). After 60 minutes (or sooner if you prefer), please share the piece even if it isn't complete. Afterwards, post your piece in the comments.

This isn't a contest it's more of a friendly collaboration for members of the community to take part it. Don't worry about the results, its intended to be fun.

As an experiment, lets try using the upcoming releases as the theme. Anything coming out that you'd like to try a creative spin on, please check here:
http://www.gamespot.com/newthisweek.html

This week I tried to illustrate the draw of Mirror's Edge. It's really terrible and I apologize but a better idea didn't hit me until 10 minutes ago and by then it was too late.


I also realized I never republished the images posted in the comment previously and I am sorry for that as well. Please allow me to rectify this! :D

Fetusmilk


King3vbo


RonBurgandy2010
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9:04 PM on 11.03.2008  

Media Monday - November 3rd 2008

Media Monday is intended to be a creative community activity where participants use ANY media of their preference. It can be traditional media (pencil, paper clips, pen on post-it), digital (photoshop, painter, MS-Paint, etc), a photograph, 3D modeling program, or more esoteric items that fits the theme.

There is a time limit of 60 minutes (an hour) when you start your image. This can be done any time before the next Monday (you choose the hour that works best for you). After 60 minutes (or sooner if you prefer), please share the piece even if it isn't complete. Afterwards, post your piece in the comments.

This isn't a contest it's more of a friendly collaboration for members of the community to take part it. Don't worry about the results, its intended to be fun.

As an experiment, lets try using the upcoming releases as the theme. Anything coming out that you'd like to try a creative spin on, please check here:
http://www.gamespot.com/newthisweek.html

Kinda looking forward to Gears of War 2: Fallen Brumak
Photoshop 50 minutes
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7:40 PM on 10.27.2008  

Media Monday 10-27-08

Media Monday is intended to be a creative community activity where participants use ANY media of their preference. It can be traditional media (pencil, paper clips, pen on post-it), digital (photoshop, painter, MS-Paint, etc), a photograph, 3D modeling program, or more esoteric items that fits the theme.

Though Skribble felt Saturday might be a better day for this. Your thoughts?

There is a time limit of 60 minutes (an hour) when you start your image. After 60 minutes (or sooner if you prefer), please share the piece even if it isn't complete. Afterwards, post your piece in the comments.

This isn't a contest it's more of a friendly collaboration for members of the community to take part it. Don't worry about the results, its intended to be fun.

As an experiment, lets try using the upcoming releases as the theme. Anything coming out that you'd like to try a creative spin on, please check here:
http://www.gamespot.com/newthisweek.html

This suggestion comes from D with a combination of two of the releases.
LittleBigFallout
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8:28 PM on 10.20.2008  

Media Monday 10-20-08

Media Monday is intended to be a creative community activity where participants use ANY media of their preference. It can be traditional media (pencil, paper clips, pen on post-it), digital (photoshop, painter, MS-Paint, etc), a photograph, 3D modeling program, or more esoteric items that fits the theme.

There is a time limit of 60 minutes (an hour) when you start your image. After 60 minutes (or sooner if you prefer), please share the piece even if it isn't complete. Afterwards, post your piece in the comments (Sorry, seeming having difficulty logging into the forum today.)

This isn't a contest it's more of a friendly collaboration for members of the community to take part it. Don't worry about the results, its intended to be fun.

As an experiment, lets try using the upcoming releases as the theme. Anything coming out that you'd like to try a creative spin on, please check here:
http://www.gamespot.com/newthisweek.html

I attempted to illustrate Shanoa for the upcoming "Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia".
Got a little stuck on the details and didn't leave myself anytime to color it.

Sketchbook Pro ~45 minutes


Link to larger copy.   read


8:03 PM on 10.13.2008  

Media Monday 10-13-08

Hey everyone, trying something I started before but petered out

Media Monday is intended to be a creative community activity where participants use ANY media of their preference. It can be traditional media (pencil, paper clips, pen on post-it), digital (photoshop, painter, MS-Paint, etc), a photograph, 3D modeling program, or more esoteric items that fits the theme.

There is a time limit of 60 minutes (an hour) when you start your image. After 60 minutes (or sooner if you prefer), please share the piece even if it isn't complete. Afterwards, post your piece in the forums or comment on the blog.

This isn't a contest it's more of a friendly collaboration for members of the community to take part it. Don't worry about the results, its intended to be fun.

As an experiment, lets try using the upcoming releases as the theme. Anything coming out that you'd like to try a creative spin on, please check here:
http://www.gamespot.com/newthisweek.html

Forum Link! (Thanks Justice)
http://www.destructoid.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11486

Photoshop - ~50 minutes
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