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MDG Mirage Ground Type by CGVickers MDG Mirage Ground Type by CGVickers
The second in the Mirage series of Mecha designs. Also done with pencil crayon, this design was supposed to be a ground based mecha as opposed to aquatic or space.
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Ryuuhiken Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2010  Student Filmographer
I can guess your a fellow fan of the MS-18E Kampfer ^^. Nicely done
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Chickeny-Evil Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2009  Student Digital Artist
MY MAJESTY! WHY ARE YOU ON DEVIANT ART! YOU MUST FLEE! PRAISE THE ALMIGHTY MECH! YOU WANT SOME OIL?
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ikarus-tm Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2008
sexyest mecha ive ever seen
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Vermillion01 Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2007
like the stuff you add to the joints, block sands eh ^_^ love people who try to add some realism to their designs
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CGVickers Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2007
Sand and debris from explosions. I've seen some mecha series use flexible armor to hide what they can't draw (like inner joint details) so as a personal rule, I try and use them only after I've worked out how the internals look and work and if they make sence.
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MAC1992 Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2006
dam your work is tight
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leviathanv1983 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2006
:clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap::clap:
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jerungan Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2005
AWESOME!!
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thevampiredio Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
dude! your mecha art is one of the best i've ever seen on DA!!!+fav!
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CGVickers Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2005
Thank you very much ^__^
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shesen Featured By Owner May 3, 2005
Im quickly becoming a fan of your work. Im working more with the prisma pencils, and im finding that I am actually able to varry the colors in a subtle way as you do. Have you used the clear blending pencils by Prisma? I came across a couple the other day and wanted to know your opinion on them. Man your work is inspiring. Awsome, just awsome.
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CGVickers Featured By Owner May 3, 2005
I can't say I've ever come across those particular pencil crayons. I find in some ways, I just luck out. My suggestion is finding a colour you like and testing it by shading with it on a peice of paper. If you get a smooth gradient and it feels like a stiff pastel then you have a pretty good one. Sometimes though you get a really plasticy type of prismacolour that picks up the subtle grains of the paper and doesn't shade very well. Really, I'd suggest thinking of your colour scheme ahead of time and testing their blending abilities before you commit. I learned this the hard way on some images you won't see in this gallery : )
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