Hey StTheo, still working on the cosplay, but it's on hold at the moment while (bleh) life goes on... anyhow, wanted to shoot you a quick just-so-you-know I *think* there has been some idea theft on Japanese cinema's part with your designs... I could be wrong: [link] *HINT* Look at the chain-sword/armor, also, THE FRIGGIN NAME! I'm a splat-horror fan like anyone else... but this just seems like they checked out your stuff and went "Ooo we can use (read: steal) that!"
Truly magnificent. I have little words for this; but I am happy to see you've kept busy these past months!
I love the sci fi/fantasy overtones; you pull it off like a bloody master. You are clearly well beyond your years Theo! I'd comment on each and everyone, but all I can do is look in glory upon them. I must ask you how long you work on your projects, and how you find time to do such wonderful illustrations!
Although I'd like to see some 40K (Grey Knights are nice!) these are truly spectacular and show off your amazing skill. The layout and sheer comprehensive information drawn out is awe inspiring, and very pleasing to look at.
thanks mate those are some kind words and i apprciate it. well it depends what project im working, say a concept sheet like this for games etc about 8 working hours because there not in my eyes illustration quality the focus is on design (although i have been told they are illustrtion quality). well the thing is lately i havent had time to do personal stuff just lots of illustrtions for work really. its better to be busy then not i say mate. i will get to do some more 40k personal stuff in my spare time once this helldiver project is sent off and done its eating all my spare time up and hopefully it becomes something big. i will upload the work i have been doing for ffg awell like deathwatch etc because i have got alot of 40k fans following me. hope that explains abit mate
Certainly ^^ Theo! Being busy is certainly preferable to being bored. Though it eats your time, it also puts food on the table, so it works out eh? Enjoy your work and keep it up; very inspiring pieces, and I look forward to seeing more 40K when ever you get the chance!