This is my tribute to my favorite robot buddy in Mass Effect. It is mostly finished. The eyelights are temporary and I may replace the face light with a brighter one, since the battery’s going out and can’t be replaced. The base still needs work. But that might take a while, so here’s this for now.This sculpture is about a foot tall, made with sculpey and a booklight face. It took several weeks to make, and I worked on it more or less every day during that time. It looks best when viewed from below, so maybe I’ll make a wall shelf for it to perch on, like a geth grotesque.
Artificial Mind (Short Story)
From the moment it had been activated, it watched the environment around it. It shifted through its database of information to identify the many things it saw. It watched the humans interact with each other—two humans grabbing and holding each other close, another shoving one to the ground, a small human chasing after a bigger one to clutch the edge of a piece of clothing.
It watched humans walk up to it and ask for directions to a location, and it spouted out the information like it had been programmed to say. It stood in one place and didn’t move. Its programming prompted it to stand, and wait, and watch.
It watched the little human that approached it next. With big eyes, limbs too short for the human’s body, and wild hair around her head, the human stood closer than others had before. She reached up to tug on its limp arm. “Who are you?”
Space Art and Sci-FiDigital Art
Space Art and Sci-Fi is a gallery located in the Digital and Traditional Art sub-galleries because of the variety of drawings that can be created.
Today we focus on the Space and Sci-fi artworks found in the Digital Art gallery.
Digital Art > Drawings & Paintings > Sci-Fi
Digital Art > Drawings & Paintings > Space Art
Digital Art > Mixed Media > Sci-Fi
Digital Art > Vexel > Science Fiction
Digital Art > Vector > Science Fiction
Digital Art > Photomanipulation > Sci-F
PE:How To Achieve Smooth and Clean LinesDigital Art
Since it's something many people struggle with while working digitally, today I will be discussing how you can achieve smooth and clean lines using digital mediums.
SAI Stabilizer Tool
Paint Tool SAI offers my favorite method of creating smooth lines with its easy to use Stabilizer tool that works with absolute ease and no need for complicated setting adjustments. It doesn't matter how shaky your hands might be, the stabilizer tool will still be capable of creating beautifully smooth lines for you.
As you can see, the stabilizer tool is easily accessed, and you can quickly and easily adjust the level of stabilization you desire. The lower the number selected, the least amount of stabilization is utilized, the higher the more. I generally leave the stabilizer tool set to the highest setting (as seen above), though I've found that sometimes if you're working with smaller brush sizes reducing the stabilizer
PE: Painting With A Limited Colour PaletteDigital Art
Nowadays, digital art programmes give us an overwhelming amount of colours to choose from, which makes it tempting to go overboard.
Painting with a limited colour palette challenges you to think outside the box and find new, creative uses for colours. This article aims to help you with that, including tips on how to create a limited colour palette, how to approach painting with it, and an art feature.
About creating a colour palette:
In order to paint with a limited colour palette, you will first have to create said palette.
Here a few pointers for creating your own palette:
You can choose as little as two colours, but since we're talking about limited palettes, you should choose no more than five to start out with.There's a few simple tricks to ensure you get an unified colour palette, but that doesn't mean you absolutely have to use them. Your colours can be as crazy as you want. Knock yourself out.Having a mood in mind for your work will help you with pi