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Alec Dragon 3d Model WIP 5-11

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Couldn’t Sleep. Decided to work on the 3d model of  Dragon Alec. The actual modeling portion of Alec is almost done. the model consist of  10 various morphs, making it my most complex model yet.  Reworked the face of Alec. It just wasn’t draconian enough. I wanted his face to resemble a more western style dragon. His snout needed to be long and pointed. since I had limited geometry to move around, I pushed it out as far as possible. My only worry is it will make it difficult to make the dragon talk when I animate him. I decided against wings for his design, as it would make him t0o draconic. Like most funny animals, not only does he have to resemble a person but a animal as well, adding wings would lean the scales too much toward the animal side. feet are now dragon like with nails and digitigrade design. Added some fins to the head. I just need give the hands dragon like nails and fix a minor glitch in the ear. Then I can texture and paint the scales.  Will probably jump to Cruz and work on him for a while beforehand.

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Asgaut the Viking – Page 4

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The forth page of Asgaut the Viking. A short adventure graphic novel. I enjoyed drawing the teleporter machine. (C) 2013 Maugryph

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Asgaut the Viking – Page 3

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The third page in my comic short story. A little looser line then I usually draw. Just realized the the top three frames are not needed. It’s fun to figuring stuff out when approaching each frame. Repeated the same frame but put a different action in each frame. Gives it a movie like feel. Like my lame Onomatopoeia?

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Asgaut the Viking – Page 2

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Second Page of Asgaut the Viking.  Trying different camera angles and driving myself crazy drawing them. On the plus side I am sticking to 4-6 panels a page, which is admittedly small for a graphic novel comic book thingy.

Created in Photoshop. I used a soft round brush for inking. I find that even though I have a 8×6 drawing tablet, I cant get my lines crisp enough. I thought I would try using halftones for this page. It’s easy to create halftones in Photoshop. I had a blast shading it though. It’s funny, shading and shadows used to be what I hated to draw, but now it’s what I look forward to. Any feedback is welcome.

Next some concept designs and I am aiming for two pages next week.

2 hours: photoshop :copyright 2013 maugryph

Non art related. I’ve been digging though all the games I bought during a Steam sale.  I have just played one of the strangest looking games ever. It’s caled Zeno Clash. The artwork and design of this game is so different compared to most fantasy games. It’s a interesting blend of Streets of Rage and Hexen and Pete knows what. The monster designs are so odd, you sometimes have to do a double take to make sure you saw what you thought you saw correctly. The acting is terrible to the point of irritation unfortunately. In fact I could barely understand the character giving the tutorial! And what do they have against chickens?  Since a sequel is coming out soon, I wouldn’t be surprised if this game goes out on sale. Recommend if you want something strange and different.

Update: for some reason this never published for some reason, It remained in my drafts despite the fact that I clicked on publish. weird.

 

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Asgaut the Viking – Concept Sketch

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Introducing Asgaut the Viking. This is one of my experimental projects much like my daily head portraits. I want to do something that I haven’t done before, tell a short story in sequential art (comics). I’ve done comics in the past but they where either one panel gags or one page strips, but I would loose interest in them.  I’ve been working for months on very epic story that would take pages and pages to tell in words let alone frames,but it is beyond me to create at this moment due to my lack experience in posing action shots. So I am putting that project on the backburner. I just wanted to actually MAKE a comic with a simple story that will take no more then a couple dozen pages. A comic that will start and end. It will be drawn in black and white, no color.  I have written the script for each page already. Now all I need to do is draw the pages. I will start drawing them today. My goal is to get at least two pages done a week. If I can get 5-6 heads drawn a week, I should be able to get at least two pages done. Starting out small so I can actually finish something for a change :D. This painting is pretty boring but it is simply a ref for me to use when drawing the character. Later I will paint a more polished work of him doing something interesting. Added a Page

This sketch was created in Artrage and Photoshop

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Farley and Chris – 3d Model for a Webcomic WIP

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Remember I said I would be starting a web comic starting February. A comic set int the modern World but with legendary creatures instead of humans. I’m late. I decided to create the comic with CGI instead of vector graphics. I used the Genesis model as a base and heavily modified it in Carrara for both models. It took around 12 hours for both models. It would of taken weeks doing it by scratch. This allows me to have a fully rigged and expression morphed character much quicker then starting from scratch. The feet still need to be modified.

I was more detailed in my process of making these models but since WordPress totally wrote over my draft with that of the woman portrait. I do not feel liking typing it all over again.