hey, I haven't post here anything for 2 years or something ! I've quit my job and been freelancing since a year and half now
Here are a couple of pics I wanted to share with you; made mostly for the ccg /rpg industry
some Wow pics ( a selection of cards I like)
a selection of cards I've made for anachronism (another ccg game)
Some pics made for dungeon and dragons
Battle lore , a boardgame cover :
and it's extension :
got tons of other stuff to show ; it's already a big download so I'll post them later
I'm curious to know what you guys think
Last edited by toasty; March 26th, 2007 at 03:04 PM.
To see the world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wildflower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour.
Great work! but I've allready told you that
Those D&D pieces were a nice suprise.
Keep on rocking!
I echo chaos...this stuff is massive and epic. The expressions are sick and the illos are very well colored and defined... I like the guy reading, well, just because he's reading! I know, crazy huh?
THESE ARE AWESOME!!!.
love the one with the knight on the horse slashing thru other knights. How the hell did you create that water splash? Too cool.
Yes. Post more.
Welcome back too.
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I especially like the city and how you lit it. The birds aren't bad although it seems liknd of contrived that they are flying almost in a line into the distance. But hey, that's a small detail. it was cool to look down at the city and see the little people!
I also really like the one where the guy is being hit with lightning. There is real emotion in thepiece. Keep it up!
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five stars are too much little !
im really enjoying these. the way the night elf is holding that staff is bothering me, other then that i love them all
Keep Going At It....
Andro Takes A Dump...(sketch Book, etc)
You just had to put the dwarves in kilts and playing bagpipes!
As a Scot I don't know whether to be insulted or not LOL
Great looking work!
good water, that is a weakness of mine but yours looks very realistic
Even the dwarves look nice
I like the feeling in the last two pictures - very fairy.
willing to learn!
These are really nice illustrations! It's been mentioned, but your water effects are especially tasty. The only one that sticks out to me is the female gnome, there are some scale/perspective issues that make her feel like a giant.
Yihaaa !! Toasty's on the run !
You know what I think of your work, Dude : just awesome !
Me want more !
Hey man these look great. Love the one with the barbarian fighting the romans.
Lemme ask you something, I recently posted this in the photoshop section of the forums, but what do you do to keep your images looking that sharp? Ive been having this problem when i save my images (highest quality possible btw) and reopen them, parts of the painting looks very pixely... Have you ever encountered this problem?
Some lovely pieces! So much to take in on each one, really sweet attention to detail, I love the water splash effect you've used on a couple of them too, it looks really nice. Great post!!
man that is awsume.. great pix.
Ach, the last two ones remind me of the good old times, playing HoMM3 and Tzar, with monsters and humans fighting together and against each other - Pure Nostalgy...
BTW, love your colours and the amount of details, keep it up!
Wow lots of replies ,
thanks everybody !
heya derk, thanks mate, you should post too !
Stark, thanks, I like him too, mostly because I'm tired of doing battles
Jason, the watersplash, is mostly done with a texture repeated and tweaked
Ich, thanks, glad you're actually playing with those guys and like them
Ian, yeah the birds were something not planned at first, just an after pic to give a sense of scale or something
Andronicus, yeah it bothers me as well, at first it was an enormous mace and they changed it in a staff but oh well
redcap, haha come on man, dwarves are cool,I would consider it as an honour
Mandryk, yeah maybe another background element is missing to give a better sense of scale
Djib, thanks mate !
boom! not sure I understood your question, I don't really have problems of that sort, to get images quite sharp I try to keep in seperate layers the background and the character so I can cut with the eraser on the silhouettes, to keep edges clean
Wasker thanks, I'll try to post more often
chaos,dreamworker,Razorb,summonix,chermilla,redsha dow,dkounios,troll skelking, and others thank you all for your comments , I greatly appreciate it !
Here is some new stuff :
3 novels covers I made for a french publisher
In your update I like the last on the best.
ooooh i love these. i really dig some of the palettes you've got going on, like in that first pic with the night elf in the woods. shweeeeet