Kureji-Neko, on 27 April 2012 - 02:13 AM, said:
Oh, wowwowowowowow. Awesome, totally awesome! I'm jealous; I'd love to work in your field. I really need to get my courage together and just screw around with Painter
I especially love the Drake; I can surely see that charging at me in Mass Effect.
'Shepard leaped aside to dodge the charging mass of death, but the Drake grabbed her with its clawed hands and threw her against the wall, now crumbling from the sheer impact. The Drake bellows....'
Something like that? C:
Well keep on drawing and you'll get better in no time. c:
And if by Drake you mean the Saan dragon, then it's already taken gamewise.
Jshadow, on 30 April 2012 - 12:39 AM, said:
think you could do a big 4 legged monster based on Great Mighty Poo? by appearance, not texture, mind you
The Great Mighty Poo... That sounds familiar. Is it from Conker's Bad Fur Day by chance? Tell me more about what you mean and I most certainly shall. c:
In the meantime, have a bunch of sketches I finally got around to scanning!
This first one is just a headshot of an Orchaedian.
These two are Hackbot and Shepsit, a couple of characters from my Metroid fanfiction. Also there's a mochtroid. It's name is Xavier if you're wondering. It's bright pink too.
This is a mechanical mayhem gremlin from another one of my stories. Just playing around with anatomy and shapes.
And this last one here is an Asindi.
The Asindi are a highly advanced race of arboreal aliens that died out long ago due to unknown reasons. Popular speculation suggests it was an extinction event not unlike the ones that have befallen Earth multiple times, though many wonder why such an advanced race would be destroyed by so mundane a cause. Either way, Asindi artifacts can be found on virtually all worlds in their spiral arm of the Milky Way galaxy. Their most famous creations include the machine that has dubbed itself the Insanity Engine, an exploration droid that has somehow managed to stay functioning on Earth for an excess of 4 billion years, gaining sentience and will in the process. Indeed, for a race to create so successful a machine says something about their intelligence. Some think the galaxy is a far better place without so advanced a mortal race living in it, while others mourn their ancient passing as a great loss. Sadly, the bulk of intelligent civilization does not even know they existed.