Double from Mega Man X4.

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Art dump! A mix of old and new doodles/speedpaints, some more refined than others.

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Some carnivorous plant doodles! “Liquify” in Photoshop is great for creating variations (and correcting things! I absolutely love it).

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First drawing of 2014! I seriously need to draw more often.

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Semi-doodle, inspired by Baron Harkonnen from Dune!

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Automaton Guardian

I’m very satisfied with this one! Listening to God of War-OST:s while drawing this made everything so much better. The Colossus of Rhodes from GoW2 (and of course the Automatons from Ghost of Sparta) was a huge inspiration for this piece. Haven’t thought up scale but it’s around 2,5 meters tall.

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This is going to be a concept for a statue-like enemy, inspired by the Stone Talos-enemies from God of War 3. I also wanted to draw using references, although I’ve used some artistic liberty to make it look more menacing.

I drew the kneeling one without refs, which shows. XD just to get a basic idea.

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vimsy:

alexstalhultart:

Generic Rock Golem.

I went pretty crazy with texture brushes heh.

Yes it only has one hand shut up.

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Wtf Alex, it only has one hand? What is this shit? Some kind of Mega Man boss? I mean, seriously, who even likes that game?! /sarcasm

It lost it in the rock war dammit! No one that’s who! /sarcasm

Generic Rock Golem.

I went pretty crazy with texture brushes heh.

Yes it only has one hand shut up.

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Abyss Hydra

I felt like drawing a deep sea-inspired hydra, mixing a turtle and viperfish, because viperfish are freaky as hell.

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The Grolgoth

The final boss from Rayman 2: The Great Escape. Such a great and funny game!

"It can kill, crush, destroy, torture, pull ears —- In short, it does everything. Except the dishes…"

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Autumn

Didn’t know which sketch I liked the best so I uploaded both.

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