Update: Sika Senshi Deer Guardian – A New Project by Chris M

Hey everyone, it’s Chris.

I’d like to share a new update on my movie project, Sika Senshi Deer Guardian with you. I’m still working on the official logo, so it might take me a little while to complete. In the meantime, here is a piece of concept art for the movie-in development. Hope you enjoy it.

Chris

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CRUSADERS For The Future (April update) by Chris M

Hey, guys. It’s been a while since COVID-19 started to change our lives, so I decided to share a new update on my project to lift things up for the rest of us. Here is your new Crusaders update for April 2020.

Recently, I have been doing some drawings for each section of my game proposal, such as Contents and Synopsis, during the break. Below is a piece of artwork for one of the titles that I made for my pitch.

This logo is meant for the Contents section for the latest version of the proposal. Each piece of concept art has been worked on at a slow pace. I hope all the work pays off.

I also found out about a production company located in Japan that provides artwork and illustrations for game development. I hope to contact them in the future to help out once I start putting my ideas together.

Overall, I’ve been finding ways to be productive during these hard times. Looking forward to coming back to SEEDS once all this is over. Miss you all.

My Transition from Animation to Digital Art

Ever since the first quarter of 2016, I’ve been enjoying doing Digital Art by using Autodesk Sketchbook Pro for desktop.  A couple months later, I got myself a 12.9 inch iPad Pro along side the Apple Pencil and purchased the $10 app called Procreate and that’s what made me love digital art even more.

But out of nowhere, I became interested in creating animation and for years I’ve been struggling to find the courage I needed to practice animation and I managed to do it.  However, after I practiced animation for a few months, trying to learn animation isn’t as fun as Digital Art and I became less interested in it.  So I officially decided to quit animation.

After I quit animation, I’ve been having some second thoughts.  Because during the time I’m learning animation, I came up with some interesting fictional stories.  But since I’m no longer interested in animation, I asked myself this question and that is: ‘How can I tell the audience my fictional stories without any knowledge of animation?  But somehow, I had an idea on how I can tell a story.  What I can do is draw a single drawing from my iPad Pro, post it to procreate.art, and write down what this artwork is about.

 

-Ethan L.