Archive for June, 2009

Vehicle Concept Art 3

Posted by Glen Moyes on Tuesday, 30 June, 2009

Blarg (that’s zombie for “good afternoon“). Unghh nuuuuuh arroughn (“as part of our double post for today”) braiiins, (“comma”) groooahh uunngh hugnff (“here’s some more vehicle concept art”).


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Prop Concept Art 1

Posted by Adam Weber on Tuesday, 30 June, 2009

I’m no expert but I think there may be a discrepancy between the firing rate of those two weapons.


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Vehicle Concept Art 2

Posted by Glen Moyes on Tuesday, 23 June, 2009

We’ve shown Preston’s truck twice on the blog so far, and we haven’t spent a lot of time figuring out exactly what his truck looks like until recently. So here’s the current design for Preston’s truck in its full redneck glory.


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Environmental Concept Art 5

Posted by Shane Janz on Tuesday, 16 June, 2009

Well, I don’t know about you guys but I figure I’ve let Glen and Adam have all the fun for long enough. So, here it is! What we have here is a nice bit of concept work of what we think that a limestone cave that is located near Preston’s cabin will look like.


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Environmental Concept Art 4

Posted by Glen Moyes on Tuesday, 9 June, 2009

Here’s some more concept art from where Preston lives. Earlier we spent some time talking about the first chapter of the comic and trying to solve some of the minor issues regarding how we introduced Derek the raccoon. We found a solution, and because of that we had to change the location and time of day that Derek and Preston will be introduced. So here’s a quick piece of environmental concept art for this significantly revised scene.


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Environmental Concept Art 3

Posted by Glen Moyes on Tuesday, 2 June, 2009

Here’s a couple of really quick concept art paintings. We’ve been working on what the landscapes will look like where Preston lives. We’ve decided to have the climate and topographical features be similar to the coastal areas of Northern Washington and Canada (with the requirement that the coastline has limestone rock formations).



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