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hey

i'm mostly an amateur 3D artist and mostly using paint.net for making of textures and such, but as I sometimes, in boredom, make some weird stuff and also tries lots of the tutorials I can find on this forum, I decided to open my own gallery thread for C&C

anyway here's a little skull I made in school

pentagramskulltransbg.png

started with that I drawed a pentagram, in hand, and then added some horns, teeths and such - thought it looked kind of cool so tried making it paint.net and I kind of like the result :wink:

thinking on adding some more details, but i'll leave that for later

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Creepy O.O

Good drawing! Try replacing the white background with transparency. Just a thought.

Looking forward to more work!

thanks :)

I actully thought that I had made the background transparent, but it didn't turn out that way

gotta save the file as png not jpg. Jpg doesn't support transparency, Png on the other hand does.

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

got some more for u:

fantasyaxepreview.png

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I don't think it's the pretties thing I've ever done - the wooden texture was abit rushed in the end

also got something that I did some time ago - mostly to try some woodish texture

greenthing.png

as for the sword, I don't mind posting a tutorial - it's pretty much the same techniques I used to make the skull and the axe, but it'll probaly take some time since I busy with my 3D modelling for the time (made the sword in 3D :P )

EDIT:

Holy bloody potato! I'd forgot that the axe pic was that big! xD

EDIT:

updated the axe with preview image

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If you need help with making wood textures contact welshblue. He is the master of wood lol. I have a few methods for wood textures as well.

Oh yeah latest images are nice but could use a bit of work mate. The wood textures mainly but moreover i am glad you have joined the fray mate we are always looking for more artists and you my friend are an artist

 

"Clearly it's a very serious and literal meaning. If you're not solving physics equations then get off my lawn!-Rick Brewster Paint.net Lead Developer"

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yeah as i said I got bored of it and kind of rushed it

anyway i've not got more drawings for u atm, but I did make a signature for a forum I'm member of

edadtacetwmodsignature.jpg

had some spare time while I was rendering some pics out of some of my work (10-12min per render :shock:) and kind of needed a sig on that forum - as the sig says it's a modification for a game (crysis to be exact) and i'm a members of the mod team

for the tutorial it's in progress - havn't really had time to write on it lately but I will get it too u

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so I know I promised to make a tutorial on how I did the sword, but I'm gonna drop doing that, because there's really not much in it - instead i'm just gonna tell u what i did here quick

I just started with drawing a sword I thought looked nice on a piece of paper and then in Paint.net I simply started by making a line in the midle of my picture, and then used the Line / Curve tool to draw up half of the sword and just mirrored it when I was done (duplicate layer and then layers > horizontal)- that's where the line come in handy, because then I knew where it would be mirrored while drawing

for the texture I followed some of the tutorials that's already on the forum, and then just cut out what I needed and in the shape I needed it in

that's basicly it - don't think it worth writing a tutorial on :mellow:

another tip when drawing up the shape, can be to first draw it up with the pencil or add some dots on some points

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