“Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”
So we have some exiting news for you all.
First of all, we have just ended a project for the good folks at Prodos, check them out here. The PDF offers a nice preview of the upcoming Imperial book.
As avid fans of Mutant Chronicles it was rather fun to work on the different concepts that were provided. As the books and images are released by Prodos Games, we will give you an insight in the wonderful world that was firstly illustrated by giants like Paul Bonner.
What more do we have to offer, we hear you ask. Well it would not be Studio Colrouphobia if we did not make time for some personal projects. So David took a dive into his Viking heritage and decided to go slightly “executioner” on his art.
What follows are a few concepts of Space Wolves, a Horus Heresy pack. This explains the more archaic weaponry, which we all can admit, makes a Heresy Space Wolf even cooler than the standard 40k ones. Yes we are biased…
We hope you enjoy these concepts as much as we enjoyed creating them.
We are currently also doing a joint collaboration for the Kaiju Beast competition organised by Helpful Bear Productions. The next blog update will feature this piece of madness. So stay tuned.
Both David and me are used to working with mixed media, and quite often we start our madness with a humble pencil sketch or playing around with Copic markers. Most of these drafts do not proceed further than just, well being drafts. Since they are fun to do, we would like to share a few doodles with you. These might or might not be turned into full illustrations or paintings, only time will tell.
We do however have a question for you followers and others. As an artist, this blog provides ample opportunity for interaction and we kind of like the format. We are however looking into tweaking and adding some extra freatures on this blog. So please leave your feedback in the comment or fill out the poll. Let us know what you think, want, and need. (more than one choice possible)
To make it more interesting: we will draw a winner, who will win a deck ofWarhammer Invasion cards. We will even sign the cards that were designed by the studio. So peeps, start giving your opinion. Let us know your deepest, darkest thoughts, albeit about the Studio Blog and perhaps you can crush your opponents with this swag deck.
And as a final note: we have slots open for commission. If you are interested, send a mail to email@example.com.
Until next update!