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I'm trying to gather up points for Core membership. For every 1000 points, I'll do a journal post where you can suggest a topic for a sketch and I will draw the most popular one. At the 4000 marker I'll make a poll where you can then vote on which of the sketches I'll finish as a full-color artwork!

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Hi!

I noticed my old post about commissions was, well, old. Here's the new line I mainly go by when it comes to commissions:

Rates vary generally between $50-$150 per image, depending much on the complexity, colours, inked or not and other details. I will not give very specific rates since what is wanted/required varies so much between individuals. Some small, quick sketches can go for lower amounts but mainly my rates are around $50 and up since people don't usually order anything quick and simple. :D

If you'd like to commission me just send me a note and we'll talk more on the details! :)

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Order Scout Hoverbike cross-section- sketch
Hello!

This one is a bit of a work-in-progress from the Ground Control universe- a RTS-game that I played years and years ago. The game itself came out in 1999, so it's been a good 18 years since the release of it. That said, it should be obvious that the original in-game model of this unit was very poor in details, a low-polygon model so I had to imagine a significant part of the details of the bike! I hope I did some justice to the original.

About this piece: this is a cross-section of an Order of the New Dawn scout unit, a fast moving, agile hoverbike. It is powered by an anti-gravity generator which gives it good ground clearance, a few meters or more by the looks of it. This means it doesn't need to go around most obstacles, making it an effective scout unit. I imagined the anti-grav generator being situated just under the pilots chest there, a large semi-circular thing encased in thermal insulation, cryo-pipes and sensors. There is a small pulse laser fitted on a stand at the back of the bike for some self-defence- it has its pulse generator inside the rear portion of the chassis, the accelerator thingie that sort of looks like a wheel. The pilot has a modified Order Crusader armor suit that is connected to the bike and its sensors through the two cable linkages at the back. Through the suits own and the bikes sensors, the pilot is able to ascertain the combat situation very effectively. The bike is not very well armoured, capable of withstanding shrapnel but not much else- the pilot is a bit better protected in his heavy suit, however.

Other details visible show the insides of the suit and helmet, propulsion systems, radar at the front, cryogenic tanks, controls and displays for the pilot and the on-board computer under the seat. 

I'll probably make this into a infographic like the Crayven APC in my gallery, so look forward to that! Enjoy! :)

Original A3, 0.3mm mechanical pencil
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Colt based scifi revolvers
Hello!

This piece is related to a commission of mine, specifically to a Colt 1851-inspired scifi revolver design. 16 different iterations of the idea, with the general line being that the shape of the handle, barrel and drum placement should be similar to the old Colt revolver, since those are really the points which give it the distinctive look. There are of course some deviation from this principle, but the base should be somewhat recognizable to those who know the 1851 gun.

That said, the actual concepts are pretty varied and some of them are a bit crazy(I'm looking at you, chain-revolver!).

Original A4, 0.3mm mechanical pencil.

Enjoy! :)
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Cintiq color test- Wayfaerer MK.II
Hi!

Still continuing color practice on the cintiq, applying different techniques to make subtle improvements. This practice pic might be a bit of a rehash of old ideas, but I find it relaxing, drawing these kinds of mazes of detail. There's still a long way to go before I can effectively apply this style onto comic pages, but I'm getting there.

Next up, I'll probably start on some commission work and inking some WIPs.

Enjoy!
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Cintiq cell shading test- Zaitseva
Hello!

So today I acquired a 13" Cintiq drawing tablet/monitor thing to specifically aid in coloring comics and illustrations, with this little scribble being my first test on it. One of my old characters, drawn and colored fully on my cintiq. I have to say it works quite nicely, although I have much to learn in terms of both coloring and drawing efficiently using the tablet. Next, I'll start doing comparative tests on some comic pages and determine a new, faster and sleeker coloring style.

My old Bamboo tablet has served me well and colored two albums and hundreds of illustrations but now after seven years of service it can retire for use as a secondary tablet for my other PC.
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Current Residence: Finland
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Favourite style of art: Comics in general
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Dude you're gifted. Your drawings are amazing!
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Happy Birthday! :D
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Happy birthday :D
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Happy Birthday Juuso! I hope you have a great weekend my friend!

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Happy birthday!
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Awesome line art!
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