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Neyo Wargear

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#477607 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 20 September 2016 - 06:06 PM

New art update.

New Scans
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Might be my last, who knows. If so, cheers. See ya in two years. Returning October 2018.


#477163 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 09 September 2016 - 09:59 AM

Art update.

Trinity Helmet Concepts
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Eagle, Globe, and Anchor [Something I hope to earn some day]
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T1M1 Worthington 0.45in/11.43mm Revolver
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T1M2 Worthington 0.45in/11.43mm Revolver
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Kaiju Doodle
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Siren [New Style]
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Deus Ex Machina [New Style]
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Cheers.


#476836 John Wick News and also Regular Movie/TV News Thread

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 02 September 2016 - 12:10 PM

Eh, he looks like he's covered in full plate and his head looks reminiscent of the helmet of a suit of Gothic armor.


Looks like a visored sallet for the helmet, and the same style I used for Cicero Silius in Errant. Definitely looks like a knight to me.


#476659 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 26 August 2016 - 09:18 PM

Much better!  The cleaner lines definitely make a difference, especially with that T54E1 drawing.  The Brewster armor was also fascinating, hadn't heard about it before.  Definitely going to enjoy researching that, I'm sure.  Good work!

 
Indeed, always gotta ink and shade. Tweaked the scanner as well to darken the lines and increase contrast. Far too bright for my taste, drowned out lines. The Brewster body armor is quite interesting, I haven't really researched it. Let me know what you find! Thank you!
 

No, its just that a while ago I suggested Fireraven a villain that had buffalo horns. Like, really growing from his head. He didnt liked it. Thats when I try to evade the cybernetics.
 
The better images looks defintiely better now when I actually see the lines :D
 
Brewster Body Armor reminds me of a protective fire fighter uniform from a similar time, so I can see it happening. Looks good, perfect of that time :D

 
Well, I mean a buffalo-man could work. Kinda like Ratel, the man-badger. Cybernetics are something I look forward to greatly, I embrace them.
 
That's always good being able to see the lines of the art.
 
You'd have to show me that fire fighter uniform sometime. There are some more interesting WWI experimental armor, mainly helmets for the Americans.
 

Mr. Potato Guy before he was cool. :D

 
What?
 
More art:
 
Tiger Bait WIP 3, work time was 39 minutes.
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Siren, I decided to ink and shade to standard.
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Cheers.


#476586 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 24 August 2016 - 09:37 PM

A colored versions and with better lines would make it better to visualize them. But qutie good :) Just that Stag...

 
 These are nothing more than sketches, they aren't finalized. Not much of a color guy. What about Stag?
 

These look great! I especially love the perspective you drew this tank from. It makes it look a lot less flat than some of your art tends to seem. Would love to see you experiment more with that! :D


Thank you, it was to be more ground level, then the perspective went all screwy and that was the product. I'll see if I can do it some more.

Now some more art.

Tanks:
Tiger Bait, the resident M5 Stuart light tank at the local military museum.
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T54E1 experimental medium tank.
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Heroes and Villains RP Stuff:
Ratel [Villain].
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Spartan [Hero].
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Stag [Villain].
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Dragon [Villain].
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Deus Ex Machina [Hero]:
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Siren [Hero].
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World War One Body Armor:
Brewster Body Armor.
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Cheers.


#476443 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 20 August 2016 - 12:26 PM

Many much more art.

Type 4 Chi-To Medium Tank, late war design that was kept on the Japanese mainland for the expected American invasion. One example was taken to the US and studied, unknown outcome.
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Fragment of My Childhood, this is a Chao from the Sonic series. Love these little guys.
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Brewster Body Armor, experimental American body armor of WWI.
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Ratel [Finalized], my character for the currently running Heroes and Villains RP. Veteran with a bad rep. and bad luck that is now part ratel or for you none Afrikaan speaking people, the honey badger. Protective face shield is in the shape of a ratel skull.
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Stag, a joke Villain Fireraven and I came up with one night for future Heroes (& Villain RP's). New metal head and metal legs, extremely fast, but not that strong. Laser tipped antlers that allow Stag to get himself free whenever he gores someone.
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Dragon [Concept Study], a far more serious villain. Taken from his home and had fuel tanks installed his body, to support the extra weight a metal exoskeletal spine was installed, alongside metal plates into his chest and arms to protect the fuel tanks. His exoskeletal spine continues to forma tail that drags along the ground, with even more fuel tanks attached. Besides his helmet mounted flamethrowers, he carries an AA-12 fully automatic 12 gauge shotgun.
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Spartan [New Design], a supersoldier inspired by the ancient Spartans.
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Cheers.


#476403 The Video Game News Thread

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 19 August 2016 - 02:59 PM

So, basically Titanfall 2 is a husk of it's former self?




#476300 SPACE WARS: The Ghostly Nusiance

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 17 August 2016 - 11:31 PM

I thought he did good, then again I am not critical of movies. I just tend to enjoy all of them.




#476197 Elemental Contest #2: FIRE!

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 16 August 2016 - 11:43 AM

I don't like being that guy, but is a date we can expect the results to be posted?


#476194 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 16 August 2016 - 10:59 AM

Much many art.

Ratel
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Spartan
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Dragon
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Infernal
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Arma Concept[Formerly]
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Arma Finalized [Formerly]
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Deus Ex Machina [Formerly Arma]
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Cheers.


#475812 SPACE WARS: The Ghostly Nusiance

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 09 August 2016 - 12:28 AM

I stand by my statement that William the Conqueror is a good man, he was a great man even. He is sorely missed.




#474930 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 26 July 2016 - 02:45 PM

Yep, I've seen a few stocks like that pop up in the market somewhat recently, like this: https://www.volquart...bhole-stock.jpg
 
However, they seem mostly intended for lighter rifles that don't have a lot of recoil, and mostly for aesthetic purposes, with a bit of saved weight.  Combat rifles from a WWI-esque era would be ill-served with such a feature, unless tools in this world are up to the task.
 
Much better!  The detail really gets to shine now.

 
I feel the one you linked had form over function. It also looks awful. Like, really ugly colors. They just clash.
 
With the compensator, I'm basing it on the M1946 Sieg automatic rifle which had 700 rounds per minute firing .30-06 Springfield. The compensator actually was designed in a way in which all the gas was vented upwards, which caused the barrel to depress when fired. The compensator was so well designed, it caused the gun to kick down gently, which allowed the automatic rifle to be fired with one hand.
 
Glad to hear, although I want to darken the lines on the soldiers to put more focus on them.
 
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#474925 LIONHEART: a Fantasy comic concerning dwarves - preview

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 26 July 2016 - 01:02 PM

Hooray for a new Lego comic! I don't remember you adding that little description before, so that's a nice piece of background info. I look forward to more!




#474876 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 25 July 2016 - 07:03 PM

Nicely done!  I hope the wooden stocks aren't getting completely hollowed out, from what little I know of the material, it would lose quite a bit of strength that way.  Doing a little hollowing to decrease weight makes sense, though.
 
Trench Life was my favorite from this update, especially since it was adapted from an actual wartime photo.  This one will definitely benefit from some cleaning up and inking, to differentiate the lines and such.  Good work!


Hmm, you might be right about a completely hollow stock, the T1M4 might have ribs to improve strength, while also reducing weight.

I can tell you after another hour of work, it is much better.

Trench Life [Improved]:
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#474776 Art of a Wargear

Posted by Neyo Wargear on 23 July 2016 - 06:23 PM

Greetings.

Guns:
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Trench Life:
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Cheers.