A Gyrocopter owl courier Dry and I came up with for our TI4 Workshop presentation. Pardon the sloppiness in parts, we had to concept and sculpt him in less than 24 hours (the worst 24 hours I have in recent memory, lol). But we’ll clean him up and get him done after we finish a few other things.
Hope you like him!
The high poly model for a new Crystal Maiden set Dry and I are working on! We know she’s got a fair amount of cosmetics, so we are wanting to go in more of a “lives up in the cold mountains” direction to distinguish from a lot of her more girly, formal-ish existing stuff.
Everything un-colored (or blue crystal) is new stuff by us, and the colored parts are her base model.
When I can’t sleep at night, this kind of stuff happens.
I made a version with his helmet off too because OH MY GOD HIS FACE I can’t get over it.
All of his diplomas are on the other side of the wall, in case you’re wondering.
Here’s Warmachine, a Clockwerk set by me and Drysocket for DotaCinema. He comes with cool cigar style (our favorite) and serious business gasmask!
We were aiming for a slight World War I-inspired look combined with “built this in the scary room in my basement”
Steam Workshop collection, hope you like him!
I’ve been working on this thing for the past three days straight! I got this crazy idea for how I wanted everything in the scene to be happening in the shower the other day, and trying to get it all composed in this stupid aspect ratio was kind of a pain, and then I had to do it all on extremely short notice and yeah.
Anyway, here is Furion and Rizzrack being rude to each other. Now I finally know who he’s facing down in that other picture.
I finally finished the spell icons for our Rizzrack set, Timberthaw. I don’t know why these took so long, I really don’t!
Steam Workshop: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=259407867
Also I’m trying out this line stabilizer program for Photoshop that works like lazymouse in Zbrush, thinking “hey this might make my drawings look less like the unintelligible scrawling of a cracked-out madman.”
And maybe it’s just my imagination, but it did make it easier to draw curves, and by that I mean 6000% less undos. So, success!
EDIT: OH AND I changed the styles of our set a bit. Instead of ice cream cone vs. no ice cream, it’s now ice cream cone vs. iceiceice hot cocoa. We were afraid people would take a crap on the ice cream idea and originally made it optional, but we were pleasantly surprised with the feedback!