Saturday, February 27, 2016
I found a fantastic photograph by Andrew-23 on deviant art, and he allowed me to use it for the poster (and of course I muddied it up and added loads of green). I also placed a circuit board image into some of the lettering that I found at bittbox.com.
Monday, February 22, 2016
For this poster I used Photoshop, a neon green plastic gun (with lots of screws I had to clone brush over), 5 Euros, a picture of an envelope I took at Walgreens while waiting for my passport photo, some old passports from the fire safe, a crazed selfie, and a rare picture of Random Wizard.
|Illustrator and Frenden wash and watercolor|
brushes were used to make this poster.
I don't think I made any last year, aside from changing the date on a poster from the 2014 contest.
I will probably make a few more, because I enjoy it, and also I am putting of working on an online "school law for educators" class.
I spent a while reminiscing about Red Dead Revenge and Call of Juarez Gunslinger with my brother yesterday, and felt inspired to make a western themed poster. It would be cool to see a western one page dungeon this year. I remember one from a few years ago (the 2011 contest) "Hanging in Wolverine City" by Leslie Furlong. I have included an image taken from the PDF below.
Saturday, February 20, 2016
Monday, February 15, 2016
Sketched out in Manga Studio, then copied the image into Illustrator. Traced the sketch with pen tool and custom brush to "ink", colored with Live Paint for the flats, and used the knife tool to create areas to darken.
Saturday, February 13, 2016
- Martin Villeneuve
The One Page Dungeon Contest has proven this notion to be true time and time again. Speaking of time, there is still plenty of it remaining to wrestle with the constraints that a single page brings.