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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


dang you got skills!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!111


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love this so much.

At first sight of this picture i fell in love with it. I wonder how long did it take for you to draw like that. I mean i can draw anime and cartoon and i want to learn how to draw like this. It looks so real and breath taking. When did you start drawing and did you take art classes?

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Vonschlippe responds:

I've been drawing since I was a child. When I was 4 years old I was always drawing (crude) boats, trains, dragons, etc. I would always draw the same thing, over and over again... which is something I still do now (if you notice the amount of short-haired girls in my gallery >_>). I never took drawing classes, but I would draw a lot in class =P I learned photoshop from my sister when I was 15 years old (4-5 years ago), she showed me the basics, and I explored the rest on my own. I got a wacom tablet at 16.

There is only practice between where you are now and where you want to be. If I can give a single advice to anyone... In order to progress in drawing, it would be to get rid of the "codes" in their drawing, and draw what they really see. An eye/mouth/nose in the anime/cartoon style is part of a code, such as stickmen for people, a triangle for a boat's sail, and an "m" for birds in the distance. Drawing is a game of observation and practice! Nobody has an anime nose, so why neglect nostrils? There are thousands of ways to draw anything, so finding your own style by exploration is key! And to explore, you need to leave behind what you know :)

Hope that helps! Thanks for asking!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


:O :O :O :O :O :O :O :O :O


Rated 5 / 5 stars


by far the greatist picture i hav ever seen on newgrounds

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

U have talent, man

Dude, it's incredible!
You definetly have future