Selections from a 6-image series of illustrations done for Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo exhibit signage, showing a male village weaver (Ploceus cucullatus) building a nest, and ending with the female weaver and her clutch of eggs. Graphite and digital, 2017.
god that movie was incredible and difficult and bleak and so perfectly captured the sheer scale of the army on the beach and yet at the same time the desperately personal human struggle to survive with little-to-no pointless glorification of heroism
I don’t make a habit of watching war movies but that was the most human WWII movie I have ever seen.
The score was almost entirely the sound of engines thrumming like a heartbeat and the acting was understated and authentic and the cinematography was breathtaking and I cried for a solid 20 minutes
Mogar is most certainly, totally ready. And he’s pissed.
I had a lot of fun working on this and tried some new things that I didn’t know would work or not. I wanted to draw a Mogar in my style and I must say I’m pleased. I imagine Mogar as a character that transforms from a normal dude to a fucking badass warrior when the bear head with magic jewel is put on.
Also, this is going to be a series of illustrations with each one inspired by a different Achievement Hunter (obviously this one was inspired by Michael). Not all of them will be based on a joke or character though. I’ll post a sneak peak of all the other ones I’ve finished so far which include: Jack, Ryan, Geoff, Mica, and Michael. I still have the following to start and finish but the ideas are in place: Trevor, Matt, Jeremy, and Gavin.
Does anyone have ideas on what to do for Trevor though, AH community? I’m completely stumped.
@the-flame-and-hawks-eye I saw your post a few days ago and decided to do it XD unfortunately my ipad just auto updated overnight and now i can’t access the app i used for this OTL so i guess i wont be releasing a colored version of this anytime soon 😭 (its a good thing i thought of saving the lineart before going to bed huhuhu)