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4.10 / 5.00

Jun 26, 2016 | 1:06 PM EDT
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Hi guys. Here is my entry for the June 2016 MixnMatch Draw with Jazza Challenge of the month.

Work in progress:

I chose character 2: "A murderer that is secretive whose eyes are bulging",
And environment 2: "A green clean park that is floating in space and features an alien race".

Combined: "A murderous alien with bulging black eyes in the park section of a spaceship, that's floating in space" :D

This piece was done in GIMP and took me about 14 hours with a standard desktop mouse.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


Dang it son! that's pretty good for a mouse drawing! It's not really conveyed that he's a murderer here, but DAM - I'd give it a passing grade for sure.

Cheers m8.

britsie1 responds:

Thanks :D True, it doesn't really show that he's a murderer but then again it is a bit in contrast to the secritive part if I were to show him killing someone. I imagine he is an assassin waiting on the ship for a victim to come strolling in the park... or something like that haha.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Teach me your ways... I'm using the same stuff and had so much difficulty. You have veins in the head, for crying out loud! (I just noticed the YouTube link, so I'm definitely checking that out.)

That is by far the creepiest murderer I've ever seen. I never would have thought to combine the prompts like that and you pulled it off amazingly.

britsie1 responds:

Thank you very much :) The best advice I can give is to keep practicing. I took me a few years to get to this level but I believe anyone can do it with enough determination. Another good tip, especially if you are just starting out, is to use reference. Not for the whole drawing but as much as you can. This helps a lot in figuring out how lighting, shading and textures work. ( Not that I'm an expert at it :P )