W O W !! Those are gorgeous,Mike. Nice work.
Thanks Steve! Appreciate it!
Amazing! How will they be used for the gallery? Are these images prototypes? Mock-ups? Backgrounds for a video game? Or will they be printed out Huge and used in a themepark as the backdrop?
They are just for an online game for Boyslife.org. I think the user will slowly pan across the field with targets popping out here and there with sound effects galore. And thanks!mike
These are fantastic, especially the first one! I love the oil cans stacked precariously and the robot assistant on the one-wheel with the "heart" awaiting transplant. Awesome. But you've got to stop lying..."quick weekend job" HA! Genius like this takes time.best,PrW
Thanks Pastor! You'll notice none of the oil cans are nuanced in any way. Just copied and dragged around. It kills me to take short cuts like that but there ya go. Situational ethics, I suppose.Hope you guys had fun last Saturday. Sorry I couldn't toast a beer to you!
Awesome stuff! Do you draw it Illustrator and than use Phtoshop for the textures?...Always amazed by your stuff!
Hey Jonathan,thanks, man! For these I did everything in Photoshop. From sketch to finish. It was kind of fun not working from a tight, scanned in pencil rough.Hey, your stuff on Etsy looks awesome! Hope you're swimmin' in dough!
I sent the Etsy link to almost 200 of my friends and I've had a big whopping ZERO purchases:)...I guess I need to find new friends...Again, awesome stuff...I really hope you one day make a sketchbook or book of your work...Always inspires me to work harder...
And likewise, man. I love your stuff.A long time ago I put up a few designs on Cafe Press and made double your take! Or was it half? Anyway, keep pluggin' away.
Hey Mike,Great work as always! Keep on drawin'!
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