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A little something...

Post by Zhen Dil Oloth » Thu Jan 01, 2004 11:53 pm

Here is a little something that I did for a RPG web site not too long agoo;

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Enjoy.
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Post by Cladius » Fri Jan 02, 2004 12:04 am

Cool! :shock:

I am very impressed with you and anyone else who can draw pictures like that. :haksthumbsup:

It´s almost the same style as an of my favorie rpg artists, Håkan Ackegård. http://ackegard.com/gallery/ Be sure to checkout the PlayElf gallery for same sexy elfs... :wink:

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Post by Silverbow » Fri Jan 02, 2004 12:05 am

Pretty interesting. What is it? A crossbreed of devil, troll and minotaur? :?
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Post by Daevon » Fri Jan 02, 2004 11:11 am

I was kind of thinking that my self. And how many limbs does it have ? I see three.

And pardon me, if i don't seem impressed. It's nice, but as i have friend who's talent is something, that is only surpassed by Todd Lockwood and the likes, i rarely get imprerssed these days.

The friend in question was unemployed for 2 years. Then he saw a job opening at the finnish game house who made Rally Trophy. He had no education nor experience from the industry. Drawing with all sorts of instruments, including many different 3D graphic programs (Studio 3D, etc.). He went in there, showed them a few things he had done with his PC, asked what they were working on. They showed him a screenshot and he said: "Hmm... don't you think there's a few areas that look a bit... well, i'll show you." He enhanched the background of the screenshot for 5 minutes and they hired him. Now, he does their background graphics.

He used to have a website, but i don't know if they're still operational. I don't remember the address, but there was a link to his site at larryelmore.com. I'll see if i can find it. He has some quite nice RPG illustrations.

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Post by Spider » Fri Jan 02, 2004 11:41 am

I see 4 limbs.

2 legs, one in the ground, 1 pointing backwards.

2 arms, one holding the club, 1 elbow pointing backwards (and the rest hidden by the body).
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Post by Amorghost » Fri Jan 02, 2004 3:56 pm

Daevon,that story sounds really interesting.But how long ago was it?It certainly proves that if you are truly good at computers,then you don't need degrees to get a job.You just show your capabilities.
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Post by Daevon » Sat Jan 03, 2004 1:36 pm

Amorghost wrote:Daevon,that story sounds really interesting.But how long ago was it?It certainly proves that if you are truly good at computers,then you don't need degrees to get a job.You just show your capabilities.
~2 years ago.

Some time after Rally Trophy had gotten some publicity.

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Post by Zhen Dil Oloth » Sat Feb 07, 2004 7:31 pm

Damn long time no post.

I have not been online in quite some time.

The creature is a Troll.
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