At last, the evolved, corporate form of the previous fictional gang of fictional guntoting vigilantes.
Feel pretty good about this one from the outset. Doing fictional logos for things that don’t exist is fun.
More stuff, different stuff, later.
More graphical logo illustration. This one goes for the fictional rivals to the fictional cyberpunk street gang posted last time (the Screaming Tsunamis, for those of you keeping track). In opposition to the previous gang, who were rampaging violent psychos, these guys are guntoting vigilantes with their own sense of justice, and their logo is intended to reflect that.
Let’s see if I can’t come up with something smooth for their corporate version next.
New illustration - done on short time, this one. I can see what all this hullabaloo with regards to speedpainting is, its incredibly informative.
There are some amongst you who may find it familiar. If you know me personally, then I’m probably WHY you find it familiar.
This is a depiction of the modestly infamous SCP-087, pulled from archives of the also modestly infamous SCP archives:
If you enjoy that slow, creeping feeling that slowly makes its way up your spine and forces you to question every dark patch in your room, check out that article, and the rest of the site, for good measure.
Even more graphical, this time around. A fictional logo for the selfsame fictional cyberpunk gang if they fictionally evolved into a fictional power-hungry corporation bent on owning and making as much money as they can.
The goals set here were “believably corporate”, “futuristic”, and “these guys are the bad guys”. You’ll have to let me know how close I came to hitting that mark.
At last, long last.
Something a little more graphical this time - a fictional logo, for a fictional cyberpunk gang of thugs. Meant to go on the back of a fictional leather jacket and get splattered with fictional blood with fictional samurai swords and v-guns.
I want to draw more.
A not-quite-hourly comic.
Medusa, one of the first three gorgons, her eyes gouged and torn out, consigned to roam the darkness with only her immense snakes as company.
Needless to say, she does not play well with others.
Skindog and Gas Leech
Some rough painted concepts for some alien and otherworldy creatures. More to come soon!
Rough draft of the completed piece, called “An Onerous Wind”.
I call it rough since it still needs cleanup work in a few spots, but its pretty close to how the finished work is going to look.
Another detail from a painting I was working on a little while ago, and have now resumed work on.
"Drowning In Light"
A quick little grayscale piece, from a bit taken out of my sketchbook.