Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Carrot from One piece fan art and video.

A real 'bunny girl'.

Carrot from One Piece 

Speed painting.

Created some months back by myself, a commission piece based on the character, Carrot from the hit anime show, One Piece.

This is actually two milestones in one for me as it is the first time I've ever heard of the show and also the first time I've ever drawn an anthro style character.

I think overall it came out quite well but I'm still not that happy with the hair.

Still the buyer was very happy with their commission and that is all that matters to me!

Please spare a couple of minutes to watch the video as it will really help my channel grow and thanks for your support!

Tuesday, 2 January 2018

DooM VR Review.

Doom VFR
The Good:-Excellent use of VR, Smooth gameplay.
The Bad:- Controls can be awkward. Some boring hub sections.

DooM VFR is at its heart a fun and exciting VR experience but is held back by some odd design choices. The game is NOT a VR version of the 2016 game but a sort of spin off title. You play as a Marine who is badly injured in a Pinky Demon attack. His body is then hooked up to a computer where you now control a sort of floating droid thing with hands and so begins the game.

The one thing you will notice from the go is the game is not as fast and frantic as the 2016 game. While it does have these moments, it is a much slower paced game based around a hub area. You complete a task in that hub area which opens the teleporter to the next level. The new area is a small section from one of the full levels from the 2016 game and usually involves doing the same kind of thing. I for one found the hub area to be unnecessary and completely void of any enjoyment. Still the game does make up for it with some excellent VR DooM mayhem that once you finish the game will want to comeback to. The game also sees the return of the DooM Guys which are little collectables that unlock classic levels from the original two games. These are some of the best moments in this game and I went out of my way to collect them so I could play these levels.

The controls are a point of contention for this game but I found them to alright but very odd at the same time. I thought at first it would be like a standard first person control scheme where you move around using the control pad but instead is more like a stand and shoot game. It sort of reminds me of the old House of the Dead games only you can move around the level. You have three types of movement. The first is using the D pad to dash in the direction you pressed about six feet. The second is to use the joystick to move you around in 30 degree angles. The third is the use of the left trigger which brings you a green line you can place around the room and teleport to that location. I was scratching my head trying to work out why this was but I think it might be down to motion sickness. I believe if the game played the same as normal DooM it would make you feel dizzy very quickly where as this way is more like standing still and shooting. Even when moving it happens so fast you don’t feel it.

One thing I will point out though is the game is short. I mean really short. I completed this is just a couple of hours and just a few more to 100% trophy it. While I have gone back to it several times, it is still a shame that there is not more levels.

One last point I want to make is the demon, Pinky is a pain in the backside in this game. For those of you who don’t know, the Pinky is a well armoured demon that requires you to be behind it to shoot at its unprotected tail. However, by the time you have teleported behind it and then moved the camera around, the demon has already turned around and is facing you. Not the best of enemies for this kind of game.

Overall though the game is still a fun and exciting game and has become the one I show off the VR with. Not the DooM experience I was hoping for but it is the closest thing to being in Hell fighting demons I will ever experience…I hope!
Graphics:- 17/20
Sound:- 15/20
Replay Value:-14/20
Value for Money:- 14/20
Total:-73/100 (Diet DooM)

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Splatoon 2 Marina Digital Painting Fan art.

To celebrate the release of Splatoon 2, I've decided to create a piece based on Marina from the game.
Created using Corel Painter and taking around 8 hours to create. I have decided to create pearl as well at some point.

splatoon video game fan art marina

You can also check out the making of video right here!

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Tuesday, 2 May 2017

Teba from Breath of the Wild Speed Painting.

Breath of the wild is one of the best games of the year so far and is full with some amazing characters that you meet along the way.
One of the standout ones for me is the Rito known as, Teba.
He helps like take on the mighty Guardian in the sky. He is also criminally under developed in the game. So here is my take on the hero!

You can also check out the making of video right here to see how I painted it.

Thanks for looking as always and don’t forget you can follow me on:

Rito Teba from the breath of the wild zelda game switch wind waker

Thursday, 24 November 2016

Mismagius from the Pokemon game series!

Based on the ghost Pokemon, Mismagius! I created this back in October for Halloween.
Again, I wanted it to look like it was floating in midair which I think is captured quite well.

You can also watch the making of video below. Please leave a like or comment on the video as this will help the channel out!

Thanks for looking!

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