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Horror Game Concept Art 1

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Some digital sketches. Commission for a horror game project.

From left to right: Dracula, Frankenstein and Werewolf.

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that looks like it will be a pretty cool horror game, and you've such a great job with sketching them all, Frankenstein is my favorite in this.



Nice work but honestly I thought that was Victor von Frankenstein at the left until you mentioned Dracula. Might want to change the wardrobe if you're going more historically correct. Vlad Teppish was Romanian, though rather a daper kind of count. More for a taste in big burly moustaches and such. Though really quite good, your attempt is more Victorian era or strikes my eye as such, just my take.



NICE renderings on the classic horror trio. Even the art ITSELF looks retro enough to be found as pictures in old novels.

Although, while the Werewolf is posing nicely, and Frankenstein is fairly decent in the posture, it seems like Dracula's arms are.... unusually "stiff". A little too straight and unnatural for an artistic pose.

Outside of THAT, though, these are great "B&W" sketches. These basic ideas about the charas. "feel" should round out well in a game.

As said before, nice renderings on the classic horror trio.


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Trebuxet
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Sep 15, 2015 | 12:55 PM EDT
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