I made a logo for my Interstellar Marines squad, using a new technique that I created for drawing fur in vector form. The hilarious part is that the original export ended up being 3073 x 3073 Pixels, and I found out later that it had to be a max size of 3072 x 3072… 1 pixel off. Must be a sign.
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Hey! I’m currently on vacation and have been working on a few characters, which is a lot easier now that I’m taking a break from doing freelance work. Any way, here they are:
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So, I first had the idea of making a Jumping Monkey mascot, which is the stylized looking monkey guy in the sliding pose. He was a relatively easy drawing actually, but, regardless, I really like how it turned out. The second character I made, is the “realistic” cartoon monkey. Not as fun, but the result wasn’t too bad in my opinion either. However, I will admit he may have been a little rushed. The third is a character of me in Interstellar Marines (A sci-fi fps game) armor. I have recently joined a clan (Pro Marine Core), and will be playing in the IM tournament soon, so I thought it would be a cool piece to have since I’m going to be a part of the community and such. This drawing took three days of on and off work to complete, and I really like the result. Also, look below for a Jumping Monkey character desktop background I put together. Including my Minecraft character.
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Had A bit of an ear ache this morning and had to stay up… playing Quakecraft. Haven’t played Quakecraft in a while but decided to give it a go again… played for four hours straight. I only recorded like three or four games, but I was able to make this montage thing in a couple hours. Anyway, thanks to all the awesome players who looked cool while I shot them and played even though I was utterly dominating. Enjoy!
A two minute video on airsoft and video games (fps). Id’e like to thank all the players and especially the airsoft beebees for their dedication to flying out of muzzles, getting shaken around in the gun clips and also for the time my dog thought they looked like good eating (we found those a while after it had happened). The frame rate and general screen quality of the airsoft shots aren’t perfect, but hopefully soon I will be able to make a more dedicated video with a better Gopro. Enjoy!