Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Inktober Day Tw...er, Five!

yeah, so. I've been Ill. Also, lazy. Gimme a break.

Anyway, Tom Angus and his fine tartan cap left 5thCell last week to go and work at the thrice-accursed Sucker Punch. ssss! hsssk! We hates them! WE HATES THEM FOREVER! Anyway, Ryan's doing a fine job in his stead and I'm sure we'll soon forget there was ever a lead environment artist called Tom Angus. #Never Forget


Thursday, October 1, 2015

Inktober 2015! DAY ONE!

I forgot how difficult it is to get all those little white ink splats to go where you want them to go. And because I also cleverly splatted the ink all over my cintiq as well as the paper it's quite difficult to clean up the image in post. Is that splat in the picture, or on my screen?

This is gonna be a long month.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Again with the Monsters and Dames

Monsters and Dames, part deux trios. Hope you kids like it.

First Inktober, and now M&D...it's been a busy few weeks. Tomorrow I shall draw NUTHINK*. I shall LAZE AROUND. Hell, I might not even get out of bed. Tomorrow will be a GOOD DAY.

* I may draw something. But I get to choose When and Where and How.

Friday, October 31, 2014

Day Thirty-One!

The miners of the aptly named Omega Outpost have a lucky escape after disturbing the slumber of a Negaspace Multiarm Megaform. Rescue 31 and her sister ships pluck 'em off the doomed station with moments to spare.

Well, I got too ambitious again and didn't get the pic even half finished.  On the other hand, I've got eleven months before the next inktober deadline so chances are I'll get it done sometime before then...

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Day Thirty!

It's halloween! Zombienaut!

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Day Twenty-Nine

A busy morning at refueling station 29.

There's a Praxoid Paracruiser, glommed to the remains of an old Federation BattleDart, a standard bulk-goods transport, a scout vessel out of Ziffic IV, the Acceleration Husk from an Orbital Flowersphere and an old troop transport from the last war.

There's also at least a dozen Dimension X Ghost Cruisers, although you can't see them as they only reflect radiation in the high gamma-ray part of the spectrum. But trust me, they're by far the most impressive things you have or are ever likely to see. Try evolving better eyes next time, stupid humans!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Day Twenty-Eight!

Girl! Dragon! Poor grasp at anatomy! Screw it, it's four minutes to midnight! POST!