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untitled mecha doodle by genocidalpenguin untitled mecha doodle by genocidalpenguin
found an older wip on my HD. canít finish it untill I get my tablet working (or buy a new one)
damn the cheap bastards at Wacom for cutting support on the ADB tablets! may they experience slight discomfort in their underwear!
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failurecrusade Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
gorgeous head on this one, gonna finish it to full body?
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
thanks!
when possible, yes.
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failurecrusade Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
well if you dont make it to it then its rather safe to assume it is due to the creation of something else which is plenty of excuse for me!
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shaloop Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
I miss ADB. I have a couple cool gizmos that never got upgraded to USB and now I can't use them. :(
Very nice linework, by the way.
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
Iíve got an ADB/USB-adapter but thereís no software. thatís why Iím pissed.
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006  Professional Filmographer
The head on this guy roxxors. Even though it's incomplete it has a very cool feel to it. We both seem to have a very similar rough CG ink concept sketch style and I can see why,it's a very fast, effective, and vissually attractive approach :)
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
man, you should have seen the one I did before this one. the head was a gazillion times cooler, but the the damned computer frose up on me as I was saving it. I tell ya I was reaching for my hammer that time :D

agreed on the sketch techniqe :)
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Professional Filmographer
Damn, I have a pile of comments and I almost missed this one, good God I know what you mean. Thankfully I haven't lost too much art with that but indeed I have on occasion and I feel the same, a big ole brick through the monitor. Nothing more angering and frustrating than a lockup. I save like crazy anymore but it can still sneak attack you... damn gremlins!
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
the most infuriating thing was that I was saving the pic when it froze up on me. resulted in lots of foul language :)
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Professional Filmographer
Gah!! Ok, that's a LOT worse then. It's one thing when your box freezes up doing the work but when it happens during saving, man that is the worst. I had that happen I think two times and yeah I did much the same. It was bloody difficult for me not to go grab a brick of some kind.
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
my toolbox were within grasping range at the moment.
felt my fingers itch :D
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VulnePro Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006  Professional Filmographer
XD If there was a brick within reach I'd have been hard pressed to resist. I know that twitch, it's a scary thing.
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2006
yeah, I think computers are one of the very few things that can make me angry (people have tried and failed :D ).
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spinery Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
should've reached for a camera and take it off the screen for further psp abusal :)

the head rocks. the hips are huge. and the screw-on nipples freak me out. Man, you should do more b&w stuff the way you done this one, looks lot better than usual lineart. lots more dynamic, lots more depth.

stuff i like to do best with this sort of images is a kind of a complex cell coloring or mock-vector... you get a separate layer (or not), draw in shadow divisions in sharp pixels, divide shadows into 4 or so levels of shading, bucket them with (any) color(s), and once you're done you choose colors that look most hardcore and replace the ones you have. i used to get really complex on that. and the best thing: it's mouse friendly, since paint bucket does most of the job :P
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
I have done a lot of stuff in this style earlier. dig through my gallery and you’ll see. not many mechs though...
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genocidalpenguin Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
I see :)
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spinery Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2006
done that already some time ago. thought i'd tell you since there was an opportunity.
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