Wednesday, October 29, 2014

McKensie Felix - Landscape

Critique welcome!

McKensie Felix - War Vehicles

Critique welcome!

Two Wheeled Vehicles, Landscape - Isaac Kellis

Katherine Shelton - Landscape

Criticism would be great. I definitely need to work on the building some more.

War Vehicles -- Danielle Powers

So the grenade launcher has a track it sits on that springs back after each fire on the track. c:

Lya Yang - War Vehicles

I don't know anything about guns or armor or vehicles or...what? this assignment made my head hurt, but i think it turned out alright... any comments or critiques would be very appreciated!

War! -Jacob Baxter

Thumbnails and Vehicle Profile - Coleman Brcko

It's kinda simple, it's a motorcycle with a gatling gun attached and the thing on the back is like a make-shift rocket launcher.

Landscape Picture - Coleman Brcko

Amanda Bowen - Vehicle Thumbnails and Sketches

Susannah Goodman - Landscape

Enviroment Painting - Alan Ouska

Not going to call this 100% finished I just ran out of time to keep working on it.
Environment Painting- Alan Ouska

Landscape -- Danielle Powers

Sam Wilson - Vehicle Blockouts

Sheri- Landscape

This is the third one I've done and I'm to a point where I'm happy enough with it to post before I have another idea that I want to incorporate or find something I want to change. This is something I could probably spend another couple weeks on just trying to flesh it out better.

Darren Flowers - Vehicle Concept

Vehicle Concept- Alan Ouska

Vehicle Concept-Alan Ouska

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Caleb Cutler - Vehicle Design

I decided I liked the below design better than the more standard motorcycle design above. Feel free to let me know what you think.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Jacob's Landscape

Wanted to try something a little different. It started as an evil base in a swamp, but ended up in a dry prairie. Feedback would be great.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Darren - Environmental Stuff

Scott Hennessy - Environment Elements

I took a different approach this time by sketching everything on paper first, scanning it in, then painting over/under.  I kinda like how they turned out, though I know there is plenty I can fine tune.  Let me know if you have any ideas, suggestions, and any other manner of critique :)