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Rinku 08-20-2010 06:06 PM

Rinku's Art Thread
I was contemplating if I should make my art thread in Kotor: CEC or here in RC: AWL. I have decided that I will post it here because I think it will (hopefully) bring more people to our beloved RC forums :)

All of the pieces will be uploaded through DeviantArt first, then I will post them in my album and update the post(s)

Here are some older works:

Griffin: Some of you may remember this from M@RS' forum site ;). Obviously this is photoshoped, using many different pictures I found on mourgefile.
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Fëanor - Spirit of fire: This was originally a sketch that I scanned. I then cleaned up the sketch, printed it out and used water color pencils to color it in. Then blended using water and when it dried I touched it up with fine tip, felt, ink pens.
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Leaves: The leaves in this piece are scans of actual leaves. The composition was originally a sketch meant for a painting. It evolved into this when I took a "Computer Graphics and New Media" last year in school.
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More current:

Grass: I was experimenting with our camera and liked how this came out. Used photoshop to enhance the photo a bit.
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Mandalorian WIP: Bassed on a pic of Jango I saw online.
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Clone trooper WIP: Ties together multiple clone aspects. At the moment the generic clone trooper is pretty much finished. Now I am going to add some custom stuff like coloring and items.
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Feel free to comment, critique, etc.


Johnny Snake 08-20-2010 09:26 PM

Very original:thmbup1: I like it!:)

M@RS 08-21-2010 12:29 AM

Ahh, I remember the Griffin. My 'Photoshop' Album contains the artwork I've done in Photoshop. You might recognize a few from tutorials around the internet. Enjoy. ;D

LordOfTheFish 08-21-2010 12:32 AM

I remember the Griffin too. :xp:

As always though spectacular job, Rinku.

Hooper 08-21-2010 08:18 PM

did u make these? looks like something i made at school once xD

Rinku 11-06-2010 12:57 PM

Thanks for the positive feedback everyone!


Originally Posted by Hooper (Post 2746528)
did u make these? looks like something i made at school once xD

XD Yeah I made these :P.

Sorry for the lack of an update. I have been very busy.

**Warning the images are very large.**

If you would like to view them at a smaller size go here:

Here is something I worked on for a school history project.
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A continuation of the Clone Trooper.
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HockeyGoalie35 11-08-2010 09:03 PM

Really nice! you would make a great concept Artist!

RC-3556 11-09-2010 01:48 PM

Mabye you should do the art for TCW xD.

HockeyGoalie35 11-09-2010 06:32 PM

true, that show seems to be running out of ideas XD

Rinku 11-25-2010 05:36 PM

Hehe XD

Thanks for the support!

Here are some pictures I took for a photography contest on another forum.
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Here are two watercolor paintings.
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A sig I made (If you would like it PM me. I can change it to have your name and fit the LF dimensions)
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HockeyGoalie35 11-25-2010 07:51 PM

Great! i really love the black and white ones!

Rinku 11-25-2010 08:34 PM

Thanks! I really liked those too, my favorite was "Swings". I will probably be posting some more stuff this week so keep an eye out ;).

HockeyGoalie35 11-26-2010 09:09 AM

Awesome, i cant wait!

RC-3556 11-26-2010 01:06 PM

Those were really good.

Demongo 11-26-2010 06:11 PM

All of these works are really impressive:)
My favourite would probably have to be the "continuation of the Clone Trooper". I really like the effects there^^
Keep up the great work:golfclap:

.:Lord Revan:. 12-17-2010 06:06 PM

Love it all. :D

RC-1183 12-18-2010 12:07 PM

Very good sir, keep it up. Interesting pic was the second one of leaves

Rinku 12-30-2010 07:45 PM



Originally Posted by RC-3556 (Post 2757189)
Those were really good.


Originally Posted by Demongo (Post 2757214)
All of these works are really impressive:)
My favourite would probably have to be the "continuation of the Clone Trooper". I really like the effects there^^
Keep up the great work:golfclap:


Originally Posted by .:Lord Revan:. (Post 2759731)
Love it all. :D


Originally Posted by RC-1183 (Post 2759785)
Very good sir, keep it up. Interesting pic was the second one of leaves

Thanks guys :D

Sorry about not posting in a while school has been very demanding :migraine:

Anyway here is little present
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Rinku 05-26-2011 11:51 AM

Well school is out! So that means I will have a ton of time to do what I love (art)

Here are is are a few pictures from over spring break.

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Here is a sketch of what I thought I would look like as a pokemon trainer
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Here is the water color pencil final product (Obviously I edited it out of the paper in photoshop).
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Finally this is a piece I made for from my english class (it is actually like 3'x6'.

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Explanation that goes along with the piece (quoted from my deviantart):

Excerpt from the Powerpoint I used to explain the piece for a project. I was showing the parallels between absurdism and Surrealism; through Camus and Picasso's works The Stranger and Guernica.

"Named Guantanica – Variation between Guernica and Guantanamo.

The piece is my interpretation if Picasso had created Guernica in today’s society.
Uses surrealism, appears to be irrational.
Not all images are clear to the viewer, thus open to interpretation.
Is meant to be a social commentary on the torture at Guantanamo, shows the horrors of the torture.
This theme is picked because it is considered a major ill in today’s society.

Painting explained:

Images kept the same in Guantanica:
Person lying down with arms stretched out – Effects of the torture methods
Light bulb – Sleep Deprivation
Candle – Burning
Images within Guantanica that are not in Guernica:
Dog’s head – Method used to intimidate prisoners
Person with a cloth over face – Waterboarding
Bug head – Isolation in a room filled with bugs
Boxes – Isolation containers, the live burial method"

I made this by drawing a sketch of what I wanted the painting to look like. Then I used a projector to expand the image onto canvas. Next I traced with pencil and then filled in the sections with oil sticks.
Scanner broke so I wont be uploading stuff for a while....

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