Self portrait day 2017

Happy International Self-portrait Day 2017!

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One for the price of two! But you get to sit on the rooftop.

Another little house thingy! This was me looking forward to pumpkin (pie) season. My sibling makes the best pumpkin pie!

At first it was orange, but that felt kinda boring, so I made it red…pink…ish… just because I can!

Honey, soup noodles are done, let’s eat outside today!

Sometimes it’s nice to paint something just for fun, not for a big project or portfolio. So I did some little houses based on things me and people around me like, and this is the first one: Based on succuents!

Some color tests:

Cendhre Nachtwind

For my friend’s upcoming birthday, I painted her The Dark Eye roleplaying character: Cendhre Nachtwind, a meadow elf. It was a very nice change to paint a character again for a change. :)

Martin Luther Adventure Game – #20 Exhibition

I had the great opportunity to work on this educational game with mmc games, explaining the life and impact of Martin Luther through an interactive adventure game. I was provided with a script, references and scene descriptions as well as 3D bases for each scene, but was allowed a lot of artistic freedom for the painting and design process and color choices. A lot of fun! I was responsible for painting all backgrounds and NPCs as well as some basic NPC animations.

This is the last screen I made for this game. Throughout the game you are able to collect artifacts, which are now presented to you in an exhibition, depending on the choices you made. And with this, a really cool project comes to an end!

Client: mmc games, http://mmc-games.de/game/martin-luther-auf-der-spur-ein-zeitreise-abenteuer/
Game: http://schulprojekte-reformation.de/spiel/

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Martin Luther Adventure Game – #19 Luther’s Death Chamber

I had the great opportunity to work on this educational game with mmc games, explaining the life and impact of Martin Luther through an interactive adventure game. I was provided with a script, references and scene descriptions as well as 3D bases for each scene, but was allowed a lot of artistic freedom for the painting and design process and color choices. A lot of fun! I was responsible for painting all backgrounds and NPCs as well as some basic NPC animations.

This screen: Luther’s Death Chamber (Eisleben, 1546). Artistic interpretation, that is! He’s wearing his death mask.

Client: mmc games, http://mmc-games.de/game/martin-luther-auf-der-spur-ein-zeitreise-abenteuer/
Game: http://schulprojekte-reformation.de/spiel/

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Martin Luther Adventure Game – #18 Printer’s Shop

I had the great opportunity to work on this educational game with mmc games, explaining the life and impact of Martin Luther through an interactive adventure game. I was provided with a script, references and scene descriptions as well as 3D bases for each scene, but was allowed a lot of artistic freedom for the painting and design process and color choices. A lot of fun! I was responsible for painting all backgrounds and NPCs as well as some basic NPC animations.

This screen… a printer’s shop. The printing press had to be adjusted a little to support gameplay, sacrificing some realism. We are soon coming to an end with this series!

Client: mmc games, http://mmc-games.de/game/martin-luther-auf-der-spur-ein-zeitreise-abenteuer/
Game: http://schulprojekte-reformation.de/spiel/

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A little gif for those of you interested in the process: