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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 11 Dec 2017 15:20 #301

Trust me, if I had the resources and space, I would. My models do take up as lot of space. and my budget doesn't even cover supplies for them most times. Fortunately, I did stock up some time ago. With that, the handyman business, the Hobby Days and the Christmas events I work; I'm lucky to have the time for anything these days.

Stay with it man. You have a truly magnificent talent!


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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 11 Dec 2017 21:54 #302

:) Thanks Duke, i hope that you may find some time in the future to 're-engage' with your art. :thumbsup

Ian.
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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 13 Feb 2018 05:50 #303

:Hiay
I am just about to update my FW190D post with quite a few photos but did this update first as it is a bit quicker and easier.
For those of you who enjoy SciFi, I just completed this landscape over the last couple of weeks. A nice refreshing change from the serious WW2 stuff, the scifi allows me to draw and paint straight from my imagination and be really colorful and also clears the pallette for the next WW2 adventure.

The Boneyard - Part 1 of a multi part science Fiction landscape that will expand in the next part to draw the viewer into the Sky Yard, which is the repair centre and trading post for the Spaceport.
There is a fair bit of detail which will be hard to see here but you should be able to make out most of it. Hopefully you see the scrap merchants cutting and investigating on the big engine at the back, with the main character glancing up at them and the passing ship coming from the spaceport [that will be to the right in the next painting]. It has been painted to be viewed on a 90cm wide print , where the detail can be easily seen and enjoyed.

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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 13 Feb 2018 07:08 #304

I think they can fix it...

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Love the feel of this.
I told you photobucket sucks...



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Hank Williams Jr.
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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 13 Feb 2018 08:18 #305

Way Cool Ian!!!!

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Bob


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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 13 Feb 2018 08:43 #306

Oh! I like that one! :rockon :drinks
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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 13 Feb 2018 13:42 #307

That is brilliant! Man, I love seeing things like this. I'll have to save up to buy this set when it gets done....


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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 13 Feb 2018 16:34 #308

That'll buff out, no problem!!!!
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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 13 Feb 2018 23:39 #309

MP - - as long as they find what they are after....the guy hanging in the air in the intake front is shining a light on some tech on the inner wall. Maybe he will. Glad you like the feel. It was inspired by a set of games on the Playstation that I love called Borderlands.

Bob - thanks mate :thumbsup

Mike - Thank you :)

Duke - Thanks , we must be birds of a feather. There will be one here for you when your ready. :dude

Paul - just a little bit of elbow grease will fix it! :good
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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 14 Feb 2018 06:24 #310

Brokeneagle wrote:
:Hiay
I am just about to update my FW190D post with quite a few photos but did this update first as it is a bit quicker and easier.
For those of you who enjoy SciFi, I just completed this landscape over the last couple of weeks. A nice refreshing change from the serious WW2 stuff, the scifi allows me to draw and paint straight from my imagination and be really colorful and also clears the pallette for the next WW2 adventure.

The Boneyard - Part 1 of a multi part science Fiction landscape that will expand in the next part to draw the viewer into the Sky Yard, which is the repair centre and trading post for the Spaceport.
There is a fair bit of detail which will be hard to see here but you should be able to make out most of it. Hopefully you see the scrap merchants cutting and investigating on the big engine at the back, with the main character glancing up at them and the passing ship coming from the spaceport [that will be to the right in the next painting]. It has been painted to be viewed on a 90cm wide print , where the detail can be easily seen and enjoyed.


wow that is neat! Reminds me of my kid's room when he was a kid!
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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS 15 Feb 2018 18:28 #311

Very impressive!

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BROKENEAGLE'S PAINTINGS - sci fi update 06 Mar 2018 06:21 #312

*Thanks iambrb and Luiz

Latest update for the landscape next to the Bone Yard - The Gultch (Spaceport part 2). This one expands the theme into 'The Gultch', an area where the metal workers and junk scabs live.
A shanty town and market next to the metal works and the Sky Yard.
Only the initial sketch, and to the left you can see where I have spliced in the far right side of the The Bone Yard so that I get my scaling and ege matching properly. More sketching to do but I have imported an engine from my ideas folder that I painted up about a year ago and this will be the feel to the large ship.



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