I injured my shoulder the other week, more or less rendering me unable to work on art stuff, but I’m recovering and slowly getting back into the groove of things.
Did this simple mockup thing for a potential UI design. I don’t really have any solid ideas for UI/menu type stuff though, mostly just kind of aimlessly improvising. Not very happy with this at all, but it’s a start. If nothing else it’s fun to get a bit more of an idea of what the actual game might look like.
Trying to figure out the final design for Norton. Unlike Ariel I had a clearer idea of what I was aiming for from the beginning, but it’s still been very interesting just to mess around with a few different elements and see where I end up. What’s no different at all though is the fact that the original design (A in this case) stands out to me as by far the most boring one. Guess that means I must be doing something right. :P
Exploring different ideas for Ariel’s final look. Only focusing on the design for now, the colour scheme is still very much subject to change.
Recently found some old sketches of Sakura and C. Viper for my Street Fighter redesign series, from about three years ago. Completely forgot I drew these! Seeing these again was kind of fun, but also a reminder that I still have 20-something characters to draw if I ever want to get through the entire SF4 cast… Hopefully one day. :3
Been very busy as of late, since I just started a new full time job! Amidst all the chaos I finally found some quiet time the other night, and for some reason felt compelled to draw Rogue.
I always preferred the various 80’s versions over Jim Lee’s design, but I tried to do my own take on the character, incorporating elements from various Rogue designs throughout the years. :)
New year, new character design stuff! This guy is a Greek pankration fighter.
30 Years of Capcom ~ 1984-2013 A new picture a day throughout December to celebrate Capcom’s 30th anniversary!
Bonus: 30 Years of Capcom Wallpaper
That’s it for me this year, everyone! Thank you for all the support, and I’ll see you guys in 2014.