Try out a trial, its pretty nuts(by some standards not so fast paced as say wow (if u can call it fast paced)), and beautiful. 14 day free trial. and check out the market, u can seee ships in 360. makes sure its a 6 point sheet.
Yeah i tried it out a while back when i had nothing to play. It was ok i suppose but i felt it was overly complicated and the skill training was insane. I like in depth games but i don't have the time to invest in a game like that unfortunately, it's like a second job lol! I love the concept but i need it dumbing down a little
i really love these sketches and i never saw them from you (either that or i misse half you gallery)
second, you gotta give me soe pointer for this, up until now i managed some concepts of my own but it was using sketchbook pro which i think has some neat functionalities like symmetry but its also nice to not rely on photoshop just for painting, my main issue there is nice straight lines without using shift (i can't do them on photoshop but i can on SB) maybe its the resolution because i work on very small ones on sketchbook and huge ones up to 4k px on PS
Ummmm what do you mean? This is just a 2000 px canvas, so not very big and i just used a round brush with nothing applied like dynamics etc. I use shift for vertical and horizontal lines (the tools there so might as well use it) and to sketch any other angle i still use the ghosting technique.
Ghosting the line. It's simple but kind of hard to describe but i suppose it's a little like a golf swing. When a golfer swings they usually take a practice swing first right? So just apply that same principle to drawing a straight line. Put two dots on a piece of paper roughly an inch or 2 cm apart. Next using your elbow as a pivot point, not your wrist connect the two dots with a straight line. First practice the line by moving the pen between the two dots (ghosting) then when you feel you have it draw the line.
If you can get hold of any Feng Zhu or Scott robertson DVDs they go over it too
Have to say I thought of your art when I read about that contest. I think you could place well. Good luck! My favourites are the one in the bottom row, third column, and the fifth row, last column. Actually, the whole of the fifth row is pretty awesome.