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s e v e r i n e I by ukitakumuki s e v e r i n e I by ukitakumuki
4 Hours, PS CS, no ref

something new for a change... wheeled vehicles and poppy colours lol, i hope its received kindly!

This was done last night while rushing work... I just had to do something after so long! asked me to draw Bishoujo (ak.a Gay Ppl LOL j/k) and i heartily declined. So i offered to draw her in the end.

Thats a Sheron ATV btw... looks fat enough to accomodate her! :mwahaha:
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Protey17 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2013  Student Interface Designer
Eco-Strata Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2012  Student General Artist
More than received kindly on my part! much much inspiration, thank you!
arekluwe Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2011
Endflux Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow this was yours? Haha i've seen this picture years ago and it used to be in my image folder for quite a while. Always fun to randomly run into it's creator :)
RiloPrincip Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2010
such a great style with these peices
Lonely-Insomniac Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
seems bright ^^
ctrl-4lt-d3l Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2010  Hobbyist Writer
I never thought I say this about your work, and it might just be the girl, but this is cute!
Chuckdee Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2009  Professional General Artist
hahah... so Painter's that fustrating?!? I haven't used it since like '96? so it's been a looooooong time!

... and I totally know what you mean (thank you for the thorough answer by the way), I too have a huge "How's this work" fetish' from organic to mechanical anatomy. Referencing I think is of supreme importance, BUT even more than that, is how well you can 'dissect' and understand that reference (and deconstruct the hell out of it), cause only then can you 'reconfigure' it and still have it look believable... anywhere from a giant robot to some deformed 'organic' monster.

That is actually why I really really dug your stuff as soon as I saw it, 'cause you obviously have a really damn good grasp of your ';pieces', so your designs look very believable, so as I said before; from one "Techhead" to another, my hat's off to you Sir! :)
ukitakumuki Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
my draftsmanship? Are you for real? I can't even draw a straight line dude. Don't get me started.

Design wise..mechanical design wise... I just love the stuff. I think its just a matter of experience and filling up your visual library. I personally don't have a great visual memory, so I often indulge in the factoids behind how stuff works in order to commit them to memory better. I just LOVE to find out about how stuff works. Really. What I find great about that is how easy it is eventually, to link some fundamental concepts from an actual real life design to a fictional design, and as a result come up with new stuff. Is that enough BS for you? :p Just kidding.

But seriously, I don't think any concept artist short of having a BFA in Mechanical Engineering can or should say 'I truly engineered it'. Unless you ran it through an industrial level physics simulation and it works. lol. As you [already clearly know from your fucking sick gallery] its just about finding the right inspiration to go with the theme you have in mind. I like being tasteless (I guess cause I have such bad taste to begin with) and it lets me get adventurous and experience more design for my own learning. :shrug: Hope that stuff made sense.

Oh and I use Photoshop exclusively. The last time I used painter I wanted to cut myself. Maybe one day I'll give it a shot again. :)
Chuckdee Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2009  Professional General Artist
Duuude, I don't know wether to congratulate you or find you and cut off your drawing hand... your designs and draftsmanship are SCARY good!!! :)

... now, from one 'tekhead' to another, how much do you 'b.s. engineer' your stuff?!? the designs look funcional as HELL... I HATE YOU!!! hahaha... really inspirational stuff Man... are you using Painter or Photoshop?
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