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  1. Hey dudes, Thought I'd pop in for a bit, see how things are going here. Was wondering, who's still around from back in the day? Gallery looks pretty dead, but that's nothing new, haha. In order to keep this relevant, here's some of my art which you guys probably haven't seen yet:
  2. Hey guys, long time no see! I wanted to let you know I've started a side-project, just for fun :) Titled 10.000 Robots. The big idea: Collect 10.000 Robots. From everyone and everywhere. And I want you to join, in any way you can! Want to 3d-model one? Sure thing! Want to pixel one? Awesome, go for it! (actually, I'm gonna go do that right now!) Want to digipaint it? Great! Anything is welcome, and really, you don't need to be an amazing artist to join, just put some effort into it :) Really no guidelines, make whatever crazy silly [developmentally delayed]ed amazing robot you want! The robots are collected in a Flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/10000robots/ You can join the group and upload your picture there, or if you don't have or want a Flickr account, just send it to me! Whichever way you want! I'll make sure it gets added to the collection :) This is the robot I made to start it off: To add some awesomesauce to this, I'll reward the really awesome entries with a free shirt from my small line Here Be Robots. To keep this interesting :) There will also be an end-reward of sorts, when we reach the end. Either a big poster with great robots from the collection on it, or perhaps a book with the full collection. So, if you have a couple minutes of spare time, make a robot! Make it awesome :D
  3. It's easier to start with small sizes, that's where pixel-art really shines. No need to go as huge as you've done right now. Take something like 32x32 or 64x32 for example, where the pixels are much more effective, which makes you understand and learn the basics of pixel-art a lot easier.
  4. Pixel art sure made good money back in the days. I guess I just lost interest in it when I lost interest in RuneScape. I've quit playing years ago, and I have no plans on returning. Pixel art is still fun though. It's been a while since I've done that, perhaps I should give it another shot, just for fun.
  5. Pretty much! Good guess :) There's also a few bits in Lucy in the sky with diamonds (except for the diamonds in the title), "Picture yourself in a boat on a river, with tangerine trees" and "Cellophane flowers of yellow and green, towering over your head" And While My Guitar Gently Weeps for the crying guitar. For the rest, you pretty much got it!
  6. Something recent I did. Mash-up of lots of songs and lyrics from The Beatles. Buncha trippy colors to suit the content. Up for voting at Threadless, I'd love you comment and vote! http://www.threadless.com/submission/311192/I_am_Sgt_Pepper_s_walrus_this_is_my_gently_weeping_guitar Oh and I'll post something about a load of new shirts soon, 4-5/6 shirts printed soon. Whatya think? Can you find all the lyrics and songtitles hidden in there? ------ Thanks for voting everyone! It got printed! Ofcourse I already knew for a while, but wasn't allowed to say anything :P Next weeks shirts are always leaked on friday. Colors look a slight bit differen, but [bleep] yeah, Threadless print!
  7. Alright, I'll see if I can find some easy way to record what I do. Anyone got any good software tips for that?
  8. Cheers :) If Threadless doesn't print it, I'll be sure to look for another place to sub it. It doesn't really fit my line, but I don't want to get this design to go to waste. I'm sure I can find a home for it. Shiny, just keep drawing ;) I suppose I could do a progress-video or a step-by-step picture thing when I work. I don't think I really have any big lessons to teach, I just kinda sketch and draw and just do what feels right.
  9. Thanks so much dudes! Cheers for the votes too :) Posted something I made today. Check it out, what ya think?
  10. Thanks dudes! More stuff: New designs up for voting at Threadless! http://www.threadless.com/submission/296734/The_fall_of_Rome http://www.threadless.com/submission/296437/Dreamcatcher Please have a look over at Threadless and vote/comment if you like!
  11. More new stuff: Should be up for voting soon: http://www.threadless.com/submission/297305/Feathers_of_the_arcane ---------------- Update: New designs up for voting at Threadless! http://www.threadless.com/submission/296734/The_fall_of_Rome http://www.threadless.com/submission/296437/Dreamcatcher Please have a look over at Threadless and vote/comment if you like! --------- Hey dudes, whatsup! Figured I'd post something again. Heck, I could post a load of stuff here I've made recently. Maybe I should. Maybe I will, tomorrow. Anyways, this is about a threadless design of mine that's up for voting right now. It's for the Threadless Loves Maxtopia contest, themed: Nature+Technology. My entry is a tree, but it's not really a tree. The idea should be fairly obvious, trees produce oxygen, so I made an oxygen factory in the shape of a tree. Made out of tubes, producing oxygen at the top. And ofcourse, you can vote for it. In fact, I'd really really appreciate it if you could take the time to comment and vote on this, and possibly help me win! http://www.threadless.com/submission/294159/Natures_Oxygen_Factories Thanks! And some more stuff: For a friends band:
  12. You're probably best off letting the tattoo artist who is going to tattoo you design this. After all, he's the guy who has to draw it again, on your skin.
  13. Looks good man. I never really got into Terragen, especially not Terragen 2, got confused big time, so i just gave up xD. About the colors, Selective Color is also very cool to mess around with. Looks a bit too light here on the dark background, but oh well: I find it has a bit more control over the colors than you have with color balance.
  14. I could recreate some of them if you wanted. Copy "3D Render" > Paste Duplicate Layer Flip Horizontal Overlay/screen/something =P. Nah even before those man xD Even before I did the whole brushpile thing with the same brushes over and over again, and sell em for 50k xD
  15. I wish I still had my oldest sigs, back from the start of the previous version of this forum, Scapeboard. Found what might be my starting point in vector art/illustration: Then a bit later, this came: And it eventually turned into stuff like this:
  16. Hmm that'd odd. Going to look a bit further into that. Thanks for letting me know!
  17. Thanks for the replies everyone! I'm glad you dig it :D @MrShiny, I assumed the paypal page language would be based on who is visiting, but I assumed wrong. Should be fixed now, changed my language to english. Thanks for noticing, I missed that. I'm afraid I can't add stand-alone creditcard support though. This stuff runs on BigCartel, an online shopsystem, and I can't access any of the inner workings. People have requested to add iDeal for Dutch customers, but that too I can't add, sadly. It is something to perhaps think about in the future, but I'd have to change platforms for that. @Littleboy, the sizes are American Apparel sizes, you can check the specific data by clicking the link in the shirt description. @Pat, you're right, there is no contest right now. I had this post typed up a while ago, and the contestpage isn't ready yet. Will be soon, hopefully even today. So keep your eyes open for that :P @rik, oooh, Twente, I dunno if I can get my stuff there man xD Hahaha. @rangeor, you're in luck, I do ship pretty much everywhere! @stevepole, the intention is to release 2 new shirts every 2 months for a while, and expand from there. Oh and don't worry about stock running out, sales won't be sky high for a while anyways. Besides, if something sells out, I will most likely restock it along with the new releases. Thanks for checking it out, and if you find any more errors or faults on the site, or have any suggestions, please let me know!
  18. Hey guys, been a while since I posted here. As you may know I draw stuff and things in Illustrator. Some of those things and stuff end up on shirts. So far its always been contests. But you may have caught on somewhere along the way that I was starting my own line of shirts. Well, today I am officially announcing it. The pre-launch blog is online, and theres a little contest going, with the shirts as prize. More on that down below. Ive been on this forum for a while now, quite a while, actually from pretty much the start, back when this was still ScapeBoard. I think Nadril might remember that ;) The good old days when everything was still new, with dudes like Nadril, Keiphus, GreatSilverWyrm, Azvareth, ColAvanor, Huang, FrothKahn, and all those other guys Im forgetting right now. [cabbage] how awesome were those epic signature competitions that used to pop up every once in a while. Heh you will probably think Im just rambling on here, but I figured a little history would be in place. This forum started it all, through RuneScape I got in touch with this forum, and hence with Digital Art. It started what would later define what I would do. I now run a small webdevelopment/design company with a mate, and I am announcing the launch of my own personal project today. I present you: http://www.hereberobots.com A line of products based around robots and art. Think videogames, think random fun stuff, think detailed drawings. I like combining the robot aspect with things you normally wouldnt associate it with. We like oldschool games, retro stuff, comics, cartoons, old music (50s/60s/70s), that kinda stuff. For now it will consist of only t-shirts, but there are plans to branch out a bit. For the first release I personally designed everything, but with the following releases other artists will also be featured, to create variation. High quality supersoft prints on American Apparel t-shirts, known to be the best quality shirts out there. Subliminal message: buy buy buy! So, without further ado, I present you the three shirts: Thanks for reading all of this, I hope you ejoyed it. You know what, heres a discount code for a 10% discount: TIPIT Tell all your friends! And all the people you vaguely know. Your dog too, he might be interested. Oh, and buy my stuff!
  19. Apart from the lighting that doesn't make a whole lot of sense at some places (yellow scales for example), this is cool dude. You got some details that are screwing with the readability of some parts of the image, but nothing huge. Looks good, it's nice to pixel again huh? Hehe.
  20. Awesome, MXM in the house. Yeah you should definitely check out pixelation, and pixeljoint too. They have weekly themed competitions I think, so if you ever need something small to get you started again, that'd be a good place. http://pixelation.wayofthepixel.net/ and http://www.pixeljoint.com/
  21. I suppose I could help you with this, but to be honest, my experience with graffiti lettering is quite low. If you could send me some examples of what you're looking for, the lettering style, and the skull/bandana thing, that'd help a lot. Then I know what you're looking for style-wise. No guarantees, but I could always give it a shot.
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