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DON’T LOOK!!! She has the look that kills.
For this piece I was trying to bring the light source from Medusa striking the shield. Wanted to go from warm to cool gradated out into the cave area. Tossed in a couple of torches to bring up areas of the cave and to introduce some warm areas within the coolness of the cave.
I call this one “Caught in the rain” or as someone else on Facebook said, “It should just be called “freedom””. As a biker myself, I just can’t agree more. There is nothing like getting out on the open road on a motorcycle. It feels free, but yeah the rain still sucks. ha.
With this biker art piece I was trying to capture a feeling. The feeling of of getting caught in the rain and waiting it out, but also of taking a break from being on the road, sitting back and just looking at your bike as the rain dances around it. I tried to capture a warm and cool feeling with the colors going from the warmth of the light to the coolness of the rain soaked environment as it gradated away from the biker.
Hope you enjoy.
Here are the remainder of the character screens, a intro screen, a mock up of game play and a turnaround for Bayou Billy. This was a ton of fun, I especially enjoyed the character design aspect of the project. Always a good time creating characters. I plan on creating a project within my portfolio for this, so I can have it all in one place.
It’s hard to tell who is being reached with this blog, I’d love to hear from those that are. Let me know what you think.
Worked up another image for GNAW Battle World game design concepts.
This time I was thinking I wanted a “road warrior” type of character and I loved the idea of the mask that Mad Max had on in Fury Road. But, I wanted this character to be completely masked. Also, included with the character screen an early sketch of DEAD END.
If you got a sec, let me know what you are thinking about these concepts. Appreciate the feedback.