I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving this year. I’ve been playing around in SFM (Source FilmMaker) this evening since it’s been a while. Here’s a couple of pics I’ve put together for tonight:
And to top it off I have made my own TF2 profile poster using Krita and Adobe Illustrator, just like my Thanksgiving picture above:
Now I’m at the point where I’m making my next SFM project that’s based on a Christmas theme. 😛
Here’s another piece of my SFM “art” that’s a mix of Pokémon and Left 4 Dead 2:
Why? Because it never hurts to do so.
I’ve been messing around some more SFM lately this afternoon, and I managed to finish up my piece of “art” for the day:
I still need to work on another SFM project that includes guitar lessons and camping in the woods, but I think I’ll plan on doing that sometime next week.
My latest piece of art for my next SFM project includes a mix of TF2, Pokémon and Star Wars:
Why? Because I can. 🙂
Guess what I’ve been doing in SFM lately?
Yep, I just thought I’d make my new profile welcome picture this year. 🙂
Last night I was toying around in SFM and made my latest art piece:
The whole story behind this picture is a Pokémon trainer is being reunited with a group of friendly high contrast white Combine soldiers who are so happy to meet him as they’re giving him hugs and red jewels that are shaped like hearts. 🙂
I’ve been messing around in SFM lately, and here’s the mess I made. 😉
Because, why not? 🙂
Here’s a belated Easter picture:
I hope everybody else had a happy Easter. 🙂
I was bored and decided to make my latest SFM project that includes Pokemon trainer throwing a party for themselves:
A leather jacket trainer brought a guitar to play and entertain everyone. Also to make a quick buck. 😛
Success! I have completed my latest SFM artwork project of a group of Pokémon Trainers meeting the Combine soldiers and a friendly zombified Gold Gibus Soldier with a head of a watermelon in a cartoonish city, and I decided to make two new Pokemon trainers which are Ruby (a female trainer in red and white) and Amanda (a female trainer in black and blue).
More SFM artwork projects will be uploaded shortly as soon as they’re completely verified. 🙂