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Jeff Wilder wrote:I gotta say, you put that Norse swordswoman and the dual-wielding assassin in the same RPG Now Portfolio, and I'll buy it instantly.
Question on the falchion-wielder ... is that a (deadly) prosthetic (ouch!), or just a trick of perspective caused by the lower-res? I can't make it out.
Jeff Wilder wrote:Heya, Storn, is that B&W line drawing any sort of homage to Jeff Dee's work, way back when? (Morgan Ironwolf for the win!) It gave me a nice feeling of nostalgia, for sure.
Storn wrote:Even more from Death Tribble! And a MothMan, super villain... meybe... super hero. Wasn't clear from the description. But a bit more on the super spandex set than I've done for awhile. It was fun to return to doing that. Hope y'all enjoy!!!
Storn wrote:While I haven't posted much art of late, I have been busy doing art and now I can share some of it with you. First up, another oddball concept from Death Tribble. This time I was the one who pushed for doing the head inside the chest...originally, it was supposed to be a helmet with water/fluid suspending the disembodied head. I wanted to push the concept just a tad further and this is what I came up with...
Additionally, it is the first time I've done digital inks in a long time, and the first time on my wacom Cintiq. I was pretty fast and more importantly, happy with the result. Much, much easier than inking on a wacom tablet.
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