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Starcraft Terran Medic

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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

I have found so much great art on this site!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Boxxy is that you?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing :O

VERY good, im actually amazed by the clarity you put into this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've noticed something about some of your stuff.

The non-full size view just doesn't do it the proper justice. When you actually see how large the image is and how much detail is in it, it's a little mind-boggling. For example: in this picture the fading and peeling paint on the edges of the suit just adds that something that makes it seem too real to be a drawing. Great stuff.

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Vonschlippe responds:

Thank you!! ^^
The peeling paint is done by a combination of a texture overlay and painting. I just painted the shape of the peeling paint and used a "bevel and emboss" blending option. Reduced the transparency and hurray! peeling paint ^^ I'm glad you noticed the texture, which is something I pay a lot of attention to when I draw!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I'd be shooting myself if she was my squads medic

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