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I’m no exception; case in point. I have bad fanart in my gallery too. I hope I made this ambiguous enough to draw your own meaning from it, but what I personally meant is that I find it kinda beginner-esque to use someone elses pre-existing characters to use in your own stories unless you know what to do with them, otherwise it won’t match what the established work had shown. Oh yeah, two different exceptions do apply. One is the aforementioned knowing what to DO with the characters and settings, and second can only be said with this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHxyZaZlaOs Yes, I’m sick of it too. Running the asylum is what I believe happened to The Simpsons as well. Too much absurdity from grown up fans who don’t know what to do with the characters lead to less sentimentality, and lowering overall quality. I hope you enjoy the little comic, I tried to stay as true to the characters as I could. I hope I don’t fall into the same predicament i described above.
This was a test. Several tests actually. The planet, the reflection, the lighting, the bump mapping, no post work… The most major one was the nebula in back. I had read up on a subject pertaining to Bryce clouds, where you could make custom fluffz by stacking a bunch of balls together and giving them a cloud texture. Unfortunately I was looking at the render of the Neblurr ( mispronunciation of nebula by ~4evrData ) in a window that reduced the image… It looks great from afar, but it looks like orange bug guts on the window at a normal size. Oh well, enjoy. I may do a remake soon, I don’t know. No promises.
Why I wanted to remake: 49% poor quality and bad coloring/lineart/anatomy 50% HORRID pose in the old lineart! NO girl would sit like that in a mini skirt! 1% hot gas The original one was made mostly on creativity. I wanted to blend real world and line art semi successfully and failed, thus the “Winter World” name. I renamed it California World due to the fact that I’m allot better at blending the two worlds. (That silver thing under Xu is a backpack, BTW. Damned over hyped leather settings…)
The gritty version. This is a concept of one of my characters in development. Think of Qui-Gon Jin, but done correctly, and a Japanese female. Keiko, which is her name, lives in a place where cyberpunk is trying to take over the ancient feudal Japan, and is unfortunately… Not seen is her sword, and student Tomoe.
I wanted to do an out doors scene. This is what I miss most about California after being in Utah. Not the people, they’re fun here too, not the heat, dear Lord, it’s… I miss Orange Counties nicer aesthetics. So therefore, I think I’ll work for a Rubio’s Restaurant. :D
This took a whole week to render. I had the settings turned all the way up, and canceled several renders to turn…
The file name is Xbox.jpg. Guess why. ;) I made this to fool around and it ended up as something presentable. It’s not perfect in the least, some squares could not be made opaque… and the gray in the far, far back is too absolute, but it’s otherwise pretty good. It reminds me of my days gaming from 1998 to 2002. I loved those four years. Pokemon to Playstation. Think of it is the next in my series of not-tron pics. Oh yeah, tinted a little bit to look kinda Christmas-y. It wasn’t intentional.
The concept of weightlessness has fascinated me for over a decade now. Being tethered to the ground by the centrifugal force of earth and space all my life has made the concept of defying gravity one to pursue and learn about. Unfortunately, my learning about it revealed that the concept is bad for humans on a long term level, and that it may be pretty bad if not taken care of. Despite the shortcomings, it’s still awesome, and I think that that’s been reflected in my literature. So, here’s a visual representation that I’m actually happy with.
I was just playing with Raytracing in Daz Studio and this came out. The camera… This took almost eleven hours to render. Is there a story for this? Nah. I was just testing and being creative. Sarra @ right, Lora in the pool, and Tanoshi on the bench
I am…. not sure what to do with this one at all. There are sooooo many things… It kinda sounds like everything other character synopses that goes nowhere too. Stickia Stark (pronounced “Stick-ee-ah”) is a very bubbly seventeen year old elastic girl, and strives to be Los Angeles’s sole superhero in a world where there are none. On a field trip, she demonstrates two of her other powers, adhesiveness when wet, and extreme vertigo spells. On a hot late June afternoon, she stumbles over a table of chemicals, and gets some beakers of stuff stuck to her. All come off unopened but one. This one, she accidentally hides and goes home with it. Stickia gets yelled at by her distant mother and loving mad scientist father who made her elastic since birth. Her father punishes her and puts the beaker in his lab for a later return. Unfortunately, his super powered, and very, very jealous and bitter son, Fuse, who’s acidic superpowers are so potent that he is a glob in a jar, is chemically attracted to the stuff, and so is Stickia. The physical attraction is so strong that the beaker of stuff breaks out and both Fuse and Stickia are drawn to it. Fuse gets most of the stuff on him, and goes on a rampage across Los Angeles. Stickia gets a quarter of it, and is unsure of what it does. I’m not sure where it goes from there, aside of her stopping her acidic older brother, but that’s what I’ve got. If I write and sell it, it might be an older teen YA novel. There’s a love interest there too that I have yet to properly develop thrown in too. This idea came about around five thirty in the morning when i was getting up for class. I was half asleep, and I saw a person with Melodia’s body and Anne Longford’s head, both drawn by Kidd-P. A voice just said: Stickia Stark. Story ideas from dreams don’t usually work, like Stephanie Meyer should have known, so I don’t know what to do with her. I just don’t know yet.
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