Concept for a small scout mech, funsies. I just bought a Wacom Graphire (only small, 4″x5″) and it’s improved my workflow as well as removed a lot of frustration in colouring. The pressure sensitivity is really fun.
I called it the ‘Fennec Fox’ because that was what I was trying to base the shape of the cockpit on – not much success there, I think ‘Coyote’ is a more appropriate title.
I’m really enjoying this colouring technique. Lots of clipping masked layers and liberal use of brushes and textures. Original document size is 4589x7100px, ~500mb.
The original sketch is below:
I added sIFR (Scalable Inman Flash Replacement) titles to the site a couple of weeks ago. I was going to write about it at the time, but it’s been a busy time for university. Some seat-of-the-pants essays were submitted.
sIFR has been around for a while. Mike Davis, one of the original developers, wrote about the introduction of version 2.0 back in 2005. The technology now appears to have reached version 3, and is still undergoing development.