Cover art for A.C. Harrison's Jupiter symphony. Finally got commissioned for something I could post here. Work has been getting slower lately so I should be able to finally get around to doing some personal stuff. Yay!
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The santa maria is a 150 ft luxury yacht.
Or is it?
Hidden under the guise a multi mililon yacht is a boat built with stealth plating, equipped with state-of-the-arts ECM/ECCM. Its payload is a mini-submersible, two ready to deploy CRRC craft. It can operate with a skeleton crew of 4 people and is designed to carry teams of seals into operation zones.
A couple of cinematic shot designs as well as two versions for the drones. One sci-fi/entertainment, one more realistic/movie.
The general dynamics logo is for entertainment purposes only and has nothing to do with the actual company. I hope i'm not infringing on anything by using that name for a non-profit project like this.
Still working on the same project.
The premise: China has invaded taipei and hong-kong, the US responds with a show of force. For the first time, they bring human-type drones to the game. These drones are built to resemble humans as a camouflage, but let's face it. Steel is tougher than flesh when it comes to soaking bullets.
The first of these two images shows the drones' engineering bay aboard the USS Nimitz while the second one is just a cinematic shot of a modified littlebird carrying a couple drones and seals.
PS: Notice the lack of the rear propeller? They've developed a reverse-spinning mechanism under the fist prop to replace that structural helicopter weakness, finally!)
Looks like the Viking underworld has a Georgian vibe to it!
These two towns 'fell' (planeshifted, I guess?) into the underworld after the plague killed the inhabitants. Some of the houses were burned in a failed attempt to contain the plague. The vikings can see the spirits of the inhabitants circling the towers. The guardians of this place have set up wards such as crosses and statues to keep out evil spirits. The mountain in the back represents the way out.
Viking ship crashed on a strange shore. I was trying to create a darker version of ireland, perhaps Tir na nog, or some other mythical land of irish mythology. The idea was these guys went looking for this mystical land, built this larger than usual longboat (fitted it with a second mast too, which unfortunately broke).
Well they got their wish, but the landing was rather harsh. Now they're salvaging their supplies and getting ready to move.