Thanks Max - not sure either way actually *shrugs*. In the first case I needed a name, in the second case I just needed a video, and as a still image is a waste of bandwidth I thought I'd manipulate it subtlely.
Thanks Varenne - he did quite a few interesting designs. If you ever get the chance to check out his architecture it's worth it.
This is just a digital doodle:
Thanks Max, sometimes they just come together with minimal fuss (definitely not always)
I know what you're talking about. Creative impulse not being a permanent tenant
That's beautiful, Mystyry! So shiny.
I love the tree, Steph. The color glow is very warm and rich.
These are sketches with cheap ballpoint pens and pencils on lined paper, mostly done left handed since the shoulder injury.
Var, you did that with your left!!!
Var, you must be an alien!!!
Var, I hereby declare you favorite alien!!!
Thanks Var - it'd make a good sci fi book cover I think. Maybe I'll write it myself one day
For your lefty efforts - Well done Var! The second one looks almost lithographic. I like the contrast between space and thick line in the last. The first has an ominous aspect, dig the detail in the clothes
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Beau, I think you have a great talent to mix color shades and lights, and your friend is an awesome sketcher too, whoever your friend is. A toast to both of you
I dled the freeware 3d modeller "Blender", which is a lot better than Bryce
Some stuff i am working on (a medieval English set)
That's great Beau! You have a way with gradations that is quite tremendous. And that particular blue - Sapphire! Sorry to hear about your laptop screen
Blender you say Kyriakos? There's certainly an apparent level of detail in the grass and bushes I don't recall in your Bryce ones. Actually it overall looks brighter too.
Planet of Spooks:
Yes, Blender is better for modelling, that is certain.
Some medieval English stuff:
Thanks, Max and Mystyry! You two are sweethearts.
Nice renderings, Ky.
Mystyry, that is fantastically spooky! I really like the layering and shadows.