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Pillx
21-01-2006, 17:18
Well no... I still haven't slept yet. It's the curse of the internet I guess. Anyway, I've been meaning to do this and I was cleaning out my photobucket account so I figure I may as well link a couple of things I've done in the past.

By the way. Please don't distribute or alter these images without permission...


http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v36/IronChicken/Backup_heater.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v36/IronChicken/Imm01.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v36/IronChicken/Cave06_flat.jpg




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Hideous Loon
21-01-2006, 17:57
What a ridiculously small gun the first char has! It looks like she could fire it using only her pinkie. Good stuff, though, like your Sororita. I especially like the sense of motion distributed by the floating cloth on the mage (is it even a mage? or just some fella with a staff, robes and a fantastic pose?). Kudos.

TrollTyg
21-01-2006, 20:30
you do like shirow masamune dont you? :D
Nice work you got.

malika
21-01-2006, 21:07
What a ridiculously small gun the first char has! It looks like she could fire it using only her pinkie. Good stuff, though, like your Sororita. I especially like the sense of motion distributed by the floating cloth on the mage (is it even a mage? or just some fella with a staff, robes and a fantastic pose?). Kudos.

The gun is of correct size. GW always oversizes their weapons, so perhaps you are used to GW's size for guns. Well computer games and comic are also known to enlarge guns compared to their figures.

What Sororita?:confused:

Hideous Loon
21-01-2006, 23:47
The Sister of Battle that has a thread devoted to it on this very forum, malika. Remember, the Sisters of Battle are called, in pig Latin, the Adepta Sororita.

blitz589
22-01-2006, 00:00
The gun is of correct size. GW always oversizes their weapons, so perhaps you are used to GW's size for guns. Well computer games and comic are also known to enlarge guns compared to their figures.

What Sororita?:confused:
Still that is a little small, even compared to current day guns. A 9 is bigger then that.

malika
22-01-2006, 00:22
The Sister of Battle that has a thread devoted to it on this very forum, malika. Remember, the Sisters of Battle are called, in pig Latin, the Adepta Sororita.


I know that an Adepta Sororita is a Sister of Battle ;) I just thought he meant another sister posted here. I thought the picture was deleted since well...the first post in this thread has been editted.

StugMeister
22-01-2006, 01:34
Some good pics there PillX!

Can't wait to see more of your work.

BTW: I think the pistol is the correct size.

Pillx
22-01-2006, 02:31
Hey folks. Thanks for the comments, compliments, etc. I just woke up a few minutes ago and it's already 6pm haha! I finally went to bed at 9am this morning. Thank god it's the weekend! Curse you internet! You compel me to stay up all day! *shakes fist*

Anyway, to answer (possible) questions and/or comments:
I editted the first page because I tend to look over a lot of my posts for typos and such after I type and post. :p

The pistol is a 4" concealable possibly in the 9 millimeter range and if I were to think about it much, likely something all sci-fi and stuff firing a caseless ammo with a pezo type ignition. It was meant to be a back up pistol as opposed to the main weapon so it was designed to do the job and not get in the way when not. It was also my intention to make it small in contrast -I thought it funny you folks were having a conversation about that ;)

More technicall blah blah about pistols: If you look at the slide thickness, from the top of the grip up, it is in fact about the correct size to match either a Sig Sauer or a 1911 -the length of the barrel would be maybe 3.5 to 4 inches making it a compact (or in 1911 terms, a "commander length") pistol. Most full size pistols have around 5 or 6 inch barrels. The slide is a bit thicker than a P7 but share about the same length.

The flowy cloth piece is inspired by a study of a suit of chinese armour. Not too many examples of this type exist AFAIK because of the materials it's made from. The cloth, leather, and possibly wood elements would have decayed. I believe the lames would have been either bronze or iron but I don't quite remember from lack of use of that particular knowledge.

The bottom piece is a background texture meant to wrap horizontaly. It was used for the development of a game meant for the NGage that never made it to Beta.

I do like Shirow's work. I've been a fan of the more organic shapes since before encountering his works (when Studio Proteus first brought Appleseed to the US) though I think his stuff kind of swept me up and influenced much of my own work for a while. Before that, I was much a Frank Frazetta fan and Shirow didn't diminish my admiration of Frzetta's works. Somewhere at the same time, I also noted Angus McBride's guache and water color pieces out of the Osprey and ICE books.



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Pillx
22-01-2006, 11:22
A couple of pieces to throw in here before I get some shut eye. Of course it comes with the usual "Please don't distribute or alter these images without permission."

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b17/Pillx/WydLoad.gif

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b17/Pillx/Oekaki_10_03.png



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Stormwarningz
27-01-2006, 11:36
Some dam fine work there.
Your colour work is great too.

Pillx
02-03-2006, 03:16
I ended up putting some stuff on photobucket after having my site do some interseting things with a potential job.
The usual "Please don't distribute or alter these images without permission" applies.
Anyway, here're some things:


A thumb texture for a 3D model:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v36/IronChicken/Thumb_Texture_lrg.jpg



Explanation in the pic :p :

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v36/IronChicken/Kusinagi_Click_lrg.jpg



Inventory items implemented in the last patch from Click for Throne of Darkness. Ancient history...

http://i16.photobucket.com/albums/b17/Pillx/compiled_Throne_Nu_Inv_01.jpg




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