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MDevlin

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  1. MDevlin

    Doomworld Members' Sketchbook

    Haven't been doing much art stuff lately. Been trying to focus more on code and getting my security+ certification. I did try my hand at painting a little while ago. Always wanted to try some Bob Ross type paintings but add some of my own style. This was my first. One of the local gamer bars was doing a Bob Ross night and was supplying paints and canvases. And this was my second. I got the idea while watching an episode of Joy of Painting where Bob did a black and white forest scene. I was up until 2 in the morning working on this.
  2. MDevlin

    Doomworld Members' Sketchbook

    Finally completed my tree page.
  3. Title: Choice Piece of Ass Theme: Every Floor Damaging Build Time: 1 hour 45 minutes-ish Music: D_RUNNIN Choice Piece of Ass.rar
  4. Theme is: 5. ALL FLOORS damaging! (TMD is locked out for 10 mins)
  5. Damn, I may or may not be going to a Renaissance Festival on the 20th. I'll confirm with the people I'm going with and get back to you. EDIT: False alarm. Turns out the majority of the group can't make it on the 20th, so I'll be available for ASS.
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    Any intense/atmospheric wads?

    Sounds like Total Chaos.
  7. MDevlin

    Doomworld Members' Sketchbook

    It's magically deciduous :)
  8. MDevlin

    Doomworld Members' Sketchbook

    Happy little trees.
  9. What happened to the ASScord channel?
  10. I like 10 sectors theme, that'll help me keep things simple. Can we use multiple themes in one map? If so, I'll probably include 4,5,6, and 8 as well.
  11. MDevlin

    Doomworld Members' Sketchbook

    Some old character concepts I did in 3d Studio Max: Bobbit worm character that I'm saving for when Subnautica releases mod support. Someday, I'll get around to modeling a body for it and animating it. The head is actually supposed to split down the center like a banana peel, revealing a Predator-esque mouth. This one is just called "Tall Man" because I can't name things for crap. Very work-in-progress. I have no idea what I'll use it for, honestly, I literally just took an existing default human model and just started tweaking it. These are some assets for a game I worked on for I think was March Mayhem Game Jam 2018 on Itch.io. The game was called Chroma Dash, an infinite-runner style game involving a color changing orb and multi colored barriers. The player must change the color of the orb to match the barriers in order for it to pass through, otherwise it explodes. We have a team consisting of 5 individuals and 7 days to build it. I would have liked to have continued production on it after the Jam but, as is typical with Game Jams in my experience, the team pretty much dissolved after the event was over.
  12. Cavernous / Abandoned places sounds fun. Been looking to get back into mapping. What are the restrictions as far as time limit, ports, and assets? Or is that to be discussed on discord? Sorry, this is my first time participating.
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    Doomworld Members' Sketchbook

    Sweet Jesus....
  14. MDevlin

    Doomworld Members' Sketchbook

    I use sketching pencils like these: Do a quick sketch with the lightest pencil to map out the basic shape, pose, and detail of your subject. Nothing complex, stick figures work great for posing and simple boxes and circles can be refined into more complex shapes later. You mostly want to figure out where everything is going to be and the general sizing. If it helps, do a couple practice strokes with the pencil over the paper before committing to the actual line. Once you finish the initial sketch, go over it with the next darker pencil making adjustments as you see fit. Had a few lines not go as planned? It happens, use it as a guide for the next attempt or turn it into another detail. The idea is that any mistakes should be made with the lighter pencils as you refine your shaps and details and your final product should start becoming clearer as you move to darker pencils. Don't be afraid to get messy with the first couple iterations, use the darker pencils clean up those rougher areas. I, personally, would get a cheap sketchbook and do a sketch a day. Nothing complicated, just something that you can spend a comfortable amount of time on. A few minutes even.
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