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WingBat

Guest
Its wonderful seeing so many artists using different media. I do jewelry making and simple metalsmithing. I went to school for animation but I must be honest until about a week ago when I found this program I haven't touched modeling.
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Thexel PIN

Member
So I draw mostly character portraits. My style was very influenced by Ghost Trick... Here are some drawings (warning: 2 much anime):

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I was trying to make a concept art of one of my characters. It isn't even finished. Screenshot because the resolution of this image is so much everytime I try to export the program just crashes.

Himawari

She was for a visual novel. At the time it was my proudest drawing, but looking at it now it really sucked. Just look at her ear and small face...

Unknown Character

Sometimes if I like someone's drawing I try to remaster it and send it to them. This is @Freedom2Fight 's character. I am actually working on another drawing from another person right now.

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After a while I decided my style was not working out and decided to use thinner lines. It sucked. I came back to my original style. This was for another game in which I preferred to make my job easier and just do the faces, not the complete body as I use to.

Sakuya and Doremy

Realizing that nobody cares about your OC's, I decided to make some Touhou fanart of Sakuya fighting Doremy (even though Sakuya didn't appear in Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom). It's not even finished. I need to step up my hand game.

Queen of Deceived Disgrace

Another one of my characters. She is a final boss who was tricked to be the queen of a space shelter, and after that was left alone for years (and corrupted by a virus. She is just an AI outside the gameception). I really liked how it turned out. But. Hands.

Madotsuki

I'm kind of sad the Dream vs Dream project was left alone (not mine). I was making a drawing to commemorate it, but as always I'm too lazy. The method I use to draw justifies it, though. I can spend days on a simple piece like this.

Tircel - Jam Game version

The Jam was coming to an end and I still had no art, so I rushed this drawing (that is why it lacks so much detail). I couldn't think of a character to be the protagonist, so I just choosed this one that I had in store (and owned a pawn shop too). This is the second-to-last drawing I worked on.

Tircel

I am trying to make more detailed stuff. This is what I have gotten so far. I'm currently working on it with two other pieces.

Thank you for watching them. And sorry for the anime stuff.

I also have a "cute" style (more western). Originally it had hard, consistent black lines, but I ended up making my job easier and just drawing my cute style on crayon brush with mouse. I cannot show any examples because I already surpassed the max. amount of pictures in one post.
 
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rhetoricsff

Guest
I woke up feeling extremely motivated to draw, so I redrew one of the characters in my current game project as a character from a children's picture book.

I thought it was cute so idk, here you go.

V cute! I like the subtle little textures on the clothes.


Been trying to get into drawing this year, some crit would be super appreciated!
 

Amysaurus

Member
Here's a bit of the artwork I made for a game contest I entered with a friend of mine. I only had a week to make everything :confused::

And here's some misc. work I've been doing for my own game:

 

Gravedust

Member
Have nowhere else to show this off for the time being so I figure I'll drop this here:

Player ship for an upcoming project. Goes fast. Linework in Illustrator, coloring in Photoshop. Cleeeaaann. :D
 
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OBV10U3_NINJA

Guest
Gotcha some more musics :D

This one took 97 hours of my life away. Yikes.
 
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RappingHedgehog

Guest
Wow, there is some really amazing stuff here! Anywho, here is something I made awhile back:
 

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Genolution

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I'm really quite new at this. I've doodled with a few programs before but either found them to be complicated, cluttered and overwhelming or just too simple. But i started messing around with the built in sprite editor and it seemed to open up a whole new world. Now i know this wont impress you lot, but when i compare my past results with this...
I'm actually really, really excited. I just ordered a drawing pad and can't wait to dive in to some more drawing this weekend. I'm planning on drawing for a month or more to build up some assets while I ponder how to make my first game. I'M JUST SO EXCITED!!!!!!
 

Bingdom

Googledom
Found a nice looking house design on deviant art. Decided to try to draw it myself, and this is what I came up with.
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Here's another thing that I drew not too long ago.
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Project_FinalBoss

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These are my first animated gifs:

VG Company Mascot


Main character of ZIN




Game Logo

 
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Melazee

Guest
Wow, I'm happy I found this thread! I'm an artist trying to learn a little programming in Gamemaker, because a lot of my art just sits around doing nothing once I've finished with it and I have a lot of game ideas in mind. I'm primarily a 3D artist, but I do 2D and animation too (animation was my degree at University!). I don't have a set "style" since I just see stuff I like and try it out. I'm loving some of the pixel art work in this thread, I would definitely love to try pixel art out for my Gamemaker projects.

Here's some of my stuff:


My avatar image, done in Zbrush. I adore bats <3 My current Gamemaker project actually features a bat as the "hero"!


Daxter (Zbrush, Maya, 3D Coat, Substance Painter, Marmoset). Please Naughty Dog, make Jak 4 D:


A 2D painted fan cover I did for the latest Ratchet and Clank game (in case you couldn't tell, I'm a nut for platformer games!). My end goal is to create a fun little platformer in Gamemaker. This image was mostly painted in Manga Studio, but I also used Photoshop for some post-work.


I'm hoping to make some beginner 3D tutorials in the future, but for now, I'm focusing on learning a bit of basic GMC to get my art moving around on a screen at least D: Once I've got some decent art and animation done for my game project, I'll add them in this thread.
 

Ethanicus

Ethan L!
Wow, I'm happy I found this thread! I'm an artist trying to learn a little programming in Gamemaker, because a lot of my art just sits around doing nothing once I've finished with it and I have a lot of game ideas in mind. I'm primarily a 3D artist, but I do 2D and animation too (animation was my degree at University!). I don't have a set "style" since I just see stuff I like and try it out. I'm loving some of the pixel art work in this thread, I would definitely love to try pixel art out for my Gamemaker projects.

Here's some of my stuff:


My avatar image, done in Zbrush. I adore bats <3 My current Gamemaker project actually features a bat as the "hero"!


Daxter (Zbrush, Maya, 3D Coat, Substance Painter, Marmoset). Please Naughty Dog, make Jak 4 D:


A 2D painted fan cover I did for the latest Ratchet and Clank game (in case you couldn't tell, I'm a nut for platformer games!). My end goal is to create a fun little platformer in Gamemaker. This image was mostly painted in Manga Studio, but I also used Photoshop for some post-work.


I'm hoping to make some beginner 3D tutorials in the future, but for now, I'm focusing on learning a bit of basic GMC to get my art moving around on a screen at least D: Once I've got some decent art and animation done for my game project, I'll add them in this thread.
I seem to recognize that last one. When did you post it?
 
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Forester

Guest
Wow aamatniekss I last saw your work a year of 2 back in "There was a Caveman" and I didnt think it could be more amazing... I was wrong.
 

orange08

Member
Have to give you credit for being able to model in 3d so well... something into which I have never ventured. Also, I know next to nothing about pokemon, but I definitely like the 4th model, the one on the far right best of all. It looks cuter than the rest.

For my part I finished a stipple drawing a couple days ago. It's my first time doing a stipple-exclusive drawing, so it was kind of an experiment... but I had fun and I'm relatively pleased with the result.

 
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