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Starcraft Terran Medic

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4.77 / 5.00

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2500 x 1261 px
1.8 mb
  • Frontpaged December 17, 2010

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Author Comments

This is a drawing I did in early 2010 that is basically my own twist on Blizzard's Terran Marine wallpaper. This depiction of a medic took 30 hours to draw and has since been featured on the Blizzard Art Gallery, as well as many other gaming sites and magazines.

It was a birthday gift for a friend, Casualzombie!

You can see the making-of and get a higher resolution version on my Deviantart page, http://vonschlippe.devian

Hope you guys like it! This is my first post on Newgrounds (made my account today!)

EDIT: holy crap thanks for the FP! I've uploaded the making-of in my gallery! If you're interested in the creation of this picture, go have a look! Thanks everyone! ^^

-Nicolas Kudeljan

PS: You can find my rendition of a Terran Ghost here! /art/view/vonschlippe/sta rcraft-terran-ghost



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love the detail of this and the offset of the harsh edges/design of the suit and the softness of her face.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Such detail!

Wow, I can see what some of the masses are raving about, by saying that this piece looks real. Certainly around the face, this looks so highly polished and detailed, that the woman makes me think that I am looking at a photograph. Taking the picture in on a wider view, I can see that it's not quite the case, as the space suit doesn't quite come up to scratch on that particular level of detail.

Inside the cockpit, the dangling wires clipped together in places look fantastic, as does the change of colour scales with the HUD projecting onto her left cheek, I would assume, as the visor has been lifted, preventing projection onto there, where it might be relevant.

The exterior of the space suit looks good in close up, the left hand part of the image looking reminiscent of brushed steel, the kind of thing that kitchen sinks are made of, while on the other side, some sort of corrosion, or burn has been painted over, it would seem. That's a fantastic attention to detail and I'd love to see you show us what she is staring at in the beginnings of what could be horror at some creature ready to tear out her spleen, or the remains of one of her colleagues that has recently come across said beastie, to his cost.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

It really looks...REAL!!! :D


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This looks incredible! I love this, fantastic work.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

fuckin awesome