Well played Mr. Perez I think Joseph of Arimathea couldn’t have done a better job himself. I dig the water effects/reflection on the rocks, how’d you do that? and the detail to lighting and shadow. Well played indeed.
You’d be amazed! It was a big flat shape. Then I went all over it with a darker blue textured brush. Then I shaded in lots of little nooks and crannies. After that I cloned the layer and adjusted the hue to match the highlights. Then I erased out the chunks I thought needed to go off the hue layer. Then smash ’em together and do one last pass of additional shading!
Good job Raven! Home run here
Thanks good sir! I admit.. sometimes coloring is super fun!
Thank you good sir! ……………. It’s funny Stazz… you’ll always have that bloody tissue in your nose to me. ha ha
Wet isn’t easy to do, but you make it look like it’s no big thang.
Awesome work, dude!
Making women wet is kinda my specialty. KER-WINK!
So now it’s just 6 and 10 that are left. Good job with Rummy. I just wish the bottom were as white as the top.
ha ha. You naughty dog! Even the game’s original designers weren’t so bold! Yeah, we’re VERY close to the end of commission theater! It’s been very fun, but comics they are a callin’ my name!
Who is this Rummy lassie then? I’ve read through your archives twice* AND the old comics and she doesn’t ring a bell.
* but not just now, so maybe I’m not remembering her
I think she was part of the time travel episode, where the daughter of Rodney’s old partner come back to help them fight evil (or something like that, it was a while ago when I read it also).
Ah! This is Jen Yen you’re thinking of! She shall return!
Actually Rummy is from a PS2 RPG game called Ephemeral Fantasy. It was an awesome looking game at the time! I just hadn’t played an RPG in a long time when it came out. It does look good though!
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