Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Phaselock, Jul 23, 2013.
That first one with the purple is fantastic
Dead image for me.
Based on first hand accounts and Gary's reaction, I have placed the descriptions given into a program to illustrate the Loot Fairy's true identity:
Spoiler: The Loot Fairy revealed?
that's exactly how i pictured the loot fairy!
Yuck! That's awesomely disgusting. I have a hard time distinguishing if that's a physical model or a 3D mockup...
Its a 3d model made with a complete workflow (sculpt, retopo, textured, rigged, animated, rendered, post-pro) unlike my previous posts. I'm glad someone was disgusted by it.
Well, what can I . . .
I'd ask for a video of the animation, but I don't really want to see it. The dreams would just start again.
Animated here means unrendered pose-to-pose animation, like watching stick figures fighting. Most home pcs can handle low poly animations fine but the tsastii + scene isn't low poly enough. You'd need to commissioned a project and pay renderfarms to generate full technicolor HD cinematic Godzilla-type vfx animation.
ugh, guess I should have avoided gore/mature themes.
Nah, I was just kidding .
You know what? That looks like it would go well with some shrimp sauce.
VERY VERY NICe!!!! IMAGES AND DRAWINGS AND ART!!
10 OUT OF 10!!
MAKE MORE, REALLY INSPIRATIONAL!
Shameless plug: my WIP piece on a bok huntress character fan art made top row on http://forums.cgsociety.org/
Now if I can get a card hunter piece to top row as well, that would REALLY make my day.
Fanart. Happy Birthday Cardhunter, the year has been a blast.
I love Ben Lees Artworks and the style he came up with for the boardgame feel.
Me on my part can't help it but to look past the figures and see characters, a team i build.
I got 250 Watchers on DeviantArt, maybe i can get a few to check the game out.
Stop by and say hi if you are active on dA. http://fav.me/d7ytd62 (bigger version)
This is a bit out of date at this point, but it took me a while to come up with a design I liked and then find the time to paint it. Anyway -
The Birthday Celebration brought us a pair of Kee-Tanh figures, which are awesome. But Card Hunter is all about threes! Why only two figures? And if we got a figure for a human warrior and a dwarf wizard, should there not also have been an elf priest for the purposes of symmetry? The answer is yes, there should have been. And since Blue Manchu still hasn't made one, I did. And so I present for your consideration:
...because if you're going to make a cat version of the race with Dash as its movement card, you make it a cheetah. That just seems obvious. The Holy Catnip Mouse also seemed like a no-brainer.
Wow! You did that? Amazing!
We actually do have a Kee-Tanh elf priest, we just haven't introduced it yet. (@neoncat's figure spread page lists it: http://neoncat.x10.mx/fun/figures-spread.html)
Very nice work! Love the concept, especially the mouse. Also, good job with the cardboard cutout look!
In case you are serious about drawing Card Hunter figures, I'll add some extra feedback.
Fine lines and details don't work very well when figures are shrunk and skewed for the "on-board" effect. We try to make them a bit bolder. I'm thinking that the spots might not scale very well, for example.
We try to have shields facing forwards or slunk over the back. It helps identify which way a figure is facing.
Elves always have pointy ears and are a bit thinner than the humans.
We really should add a custom skin option to the game
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