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A few pieces of concept art showing off the Engineer running and aiming, and the look of our first level!

Concept art I created with the help of Raymond Duster!

Some stuff I’m doing with my friends’ for a video game!  I’m just helping out with some animation and clean up, they’re doing all the fancy game design and concept art.

Check out their blog here for more updates and all that!

(Reblogged from ramirezart)

Whoops!  Nothing queued at all!  I was away for longer than I expected, so it doesn’t make too much of a difference.  

We spent the weekend in the North Channel and it was beautiful!  I did some drawings of the nature and junk, but it started to rain before I got to do too much.  I saw a wild porcupine though O:!

An assignment from school that I’m using for Inktober.  We had to make three final drawings based off of some thumbnails that we were provided with.  The actual drawings have to be roughly 8.5x11, so I kind of regret doing them in ink— they took a while to do and didn’t really turn out great.

I’m going away for Thanksgiving this weekend and I don’t think I’ll have internet, so I’ll queue the other two for then!

Through careful persuasion, Matthew convinced me to make a last minute Inktober tonight.  Through careful persuasion again, Marco convinced me to do anything other than a vague outdoorsy scene.
I’ve posted Inktober illustrations at 2AM in the past and I’ll do it again.Alt title: I’ve drawn deformed hands in the past and I’ll do it again.

Through careful persuasion, Matthew convinced me to make a last minute Inktober tonight.  Through careful persuasion again, Marco convinced me to do anything other than a vague outdoorsy scene.

I’ve posted Inktober illustrations at 2AM in the past and I’ll do it again.
Alt title: I’ve drawn deformed hands in the past and I’ll do it again.

I kind of borked some of the values on this one, I think.  And the composition.  And a bunch of stuff.  Oh well!
With this being the seventh day of Inktober, I have officially surpassed how far I made it last year (though that isn’t really saying much)!

I kind of borked some of the values on this one, I think.  And the composition.  And a bunch of stuff.  Oh well!

With this being the seventh day of Inktober, I have officially surpassed how far I made it last year (though that isn’t really saying much)!

A bit rushed!  This essay I’m writing’s bugging me so I took a break for Inktober, but it was taking a little longer than I thought it would, lol.  

I went for a horizontal picture this time, so I’m not sure how well Tumblr’s gonna compress it!

A quick one while I wait for paint to dry.  I used some photos I took over the summer as reference!

A quick one while I wait for paint to dry.  I used some photos I took over the summer as reference!

My year went to a riding school farm thing today to draw horses.  I still don’t really understand how they work, though.

My year went to a riding school farm thing today to draw horses.  I still don’t really understand how they work, though.

I did this one over and over and botched it each time.  This is the only one I worked to completion, so up it goes!

I did this one over and over and botched it each time.  This is the only one I worked to completion, so up it goes!

Another thing for Inktober!  I think I’m gonna make some kind of scene every day.

I’ll see what I can muster up this Inktober.

Some friends from school and I made a 24 hour film this weekend!  It was for some kind of competition with some pretty rad prizes, but we didn’t end up winning anything :—-(  Oh well!  These are the small bits of animation that I did, and the entire film can be see here! 

The whole team consisted of Tex, Tina, Julius, Ali (who did the background art for these two gifs) and me!  They are all MIND BLOWINGLY GOOD so check out their blogs!

Lapis!!  It’s kind of jittery, but I’m really tired.

Lapis!!  It’s kind of jittery, but I’m really tired.

It’s fall!

It’s fall!

Mushrooms!  I did a few more, but they didn’t really turn out after inking them.  I think they all looked better in pencil, actually!  The photo’s that they’re from were in the National Audubon Society Field Guide for mushrooms, with photos by Edward Douglas and Dana Pomfret (though I don’t know who did which).