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Zentron

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Subject: Shameless art plug Posted: 15 Dec 2010 - 21:48 ET



Well, we are allowed to do so here

My digital rendition of RoboCop:
http://www.side7.com/image.cgim?image_id=334787&&from_id=334787

Each piece of him was done with first creating a shape of solid colour, then burning and dodging where needed to be, might not be the way most people do things, but it's how I did it!
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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 17 Dec 2010 - 11:53 ET



Regardless of your methodology, it came out looking great. I had to double-check because at first it looked like a photo.

-- BK


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Zentron

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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 17 Dec 2010 - 14:14 ET



Thanks BK! That was my attempt, as my other pic of Robo and the Terminator had been said, at another forum, that they looked a little blurry, so I did this as a sort of response to that critism. It took a lot of trial and error to get things as I wanted to look, but I was happy with the end result

Now it's ED209's turn to get my Photoshop treatment, just wish I hadn't decided on producing a tutorial now... it's taking ages show how everything is done. Anyway, here's a sneak-peek at the progress so far:



I know there's not much to see right now, but at least it shows I have started ;)
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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 17 Dec 2010 - 14:39 ET



Whoa! That's looking slick! Nice metallic texture there. I poked through your gallery there on how you were doing it. Good methods there.

-- BK


My Side 7 Gallery | Personal Site
Zentron

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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 17 Dec 2010 - 15:17 ET



It takes a lot of doing, but I've found it effective and I think I've come along quite well since I first tried this method in 2007. I just wish I had more time during the day to work on ED
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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 17 Dec 2010 - 15:20 ET



Yeah, I hear you. I find myself saying similar things about all of my projects. "Not enough hours in the day; too much to do."

-- BK


My Side 7 Gallery | Personal Site
Zentron

Zentron

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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 11 Feb 2011 - 19:21 ET



Another shameless plug, just finished and submitted a few min ago:

Hank the Ranger -D&Dc
http://www.side7.com/image.cgim?image_id=335028
Zentron

Zentron

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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 25 Jun 2011 - 17:56 ET



My newest shameless plug, done as an entry for a competition over at one of my regular foum haunts, hope you likes:

http://www.side7.com/image.cgim?image_id=335441
Zentron

Zentron

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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 07 Feb 2012 - 21:54 ET



My latest shameless plug, She-Ra: Princess of Power:

http://www.side7.com/image.cgim?image_id=336097&image_portfolio_id=12036&art_trade_mode=give
Zentron

Zentron

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Subject: RE: Shameless art plug Posted: 13 Apr 2013 - 18:02 ET



A few more shameless plugs, plus an updated image of my ED-209 piece:

Jamie Jaren - Lazer Tag Academy:
http://www.side7.com/image.cgim?image_id=337116&image_portfolio_id=12036&art_trade_mode=give

RoboCop:
http://www.side7.com/image.cgim?image_id=337117&image_portfolio_id=12036&art_trade_mode=give

New WIP of ED-209:


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