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Left 4 Dead 22 comments

ModDB showcases some more art submitted for the Left 4 Dead concept art contest.

Winners - RAW Power Concept Art Competition

Winners - RAW Power Concept Art Competition

Feature 32 comments

20 days ago, we challenged our community of creators with the task of conveying "raw power" in the form of game concept art. Here are the results.

RAW Power Concept Art Competition

RAW Power Concept Art Competition

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ModDB and Dell bring you an all-new game concept art competition that challenges you to put forth your best depiction of raw power.

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SinisterExaggerator

Does anyone here use DeviantArt im finding it hard to get into unless you make a ton of fanbased art :/

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Tac_9
Tac_9

I'm on deviant art

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ZitaX
ZitaX

I use Deviantart and conceptart.org atm. Planning on getting into CGhub some time soon as well.

There is really only one way to get well known on theese sites imo, and that is to be really good. Practice and studying is the key, so draw all you can!

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iQew
iQew

DeviantArt is the biggest art community in the whole web, you can't expect to get in there easily. It's a whole different system and you need many thousand fans before you do even get a little bit of attention. There are ways to push your popularity though, for example with using various groups on there to submit your art. Also, there's a forum called Deviation ThumbShare, that's the best way to get more attention on there, imho. I created my main fanbase with that.

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SinisterExaggerator

Ok thanks for the help i would like to get a vaugely popular deviant art page going.

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ghost59
ghost59

Cghub.com is bigger
look at new art everyday :D
i have 2800 favorites on it
Ghost59.cghub.com
check them out

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iQew
iQew

CGhub is definitely not bigger than deviantart. On dA many million users are active and if you check out the latest pieces, you will recognize that new art works are submitted every second (I'm checking right now 3-5 pieces per single second). However, CGHub is aiming towards professionals and career building etc. while dA is really for everyone in the world.

Also, this number speaks for itself and how many employees are at dA:"
• 58 tickets resolved in the last 24 hours.
• 2,530 tickets resolved in the last week.
• 11,146 tickets resolved in the last 30 days."

Thus dA is definitely the place to show art around and build a fan base, if you're interested in that. For more professional tipps etc. I'd go to CGHub, although there are many well known professionals from the industry active on dA, aswell.

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Wicher
Wicher

Hey everybody. If You want see something new, go check my profile, and look at my newest concept:P . Moddb.com
Cheers
Wicher

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Wicher
Wicher

Again sth new ;)

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ghost59
ghost59

Cghub.com
most awesome mech thing ever

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ghost59
ghost59

i actualy dont want to get better i wanna stay the way i am
not knowing the art world

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ghost59
ghost59

question
arent left handed people the only type of people that can draw perfectly

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SinisterExaggerator

Doesn't that depend on what you mean by draw perfectly and tbh i haven't heard that one before.

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iQew
iQew

A noticed it a few days ago, too. When I see people, who are interested in arts, they are often really good at drawing, when left-handed. I was thinking that it might have something to do with the exercise of your right side of the brain (creative emotional part) when doing something with your left hand. But maybe that's total non-sense, I don't know :D

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ghost59
ghost59

yeah thats true but i am creative
my creatively is only like 10%
my imagtion is 60-70%, most right handed people can draw without an picture to take ideas from
lefthanded people need to look at something to get an idea of what to draw both sides have draw backs.
i was just wondering bc someone told me id never get to perfect drawing bc i am right handed. which is true only left handed people can draw perfectly. right handed people like me can write better and make better stories and worlds bc they have imagetion. which left handed people lack. all my drawings are made up and i dont need a anything to get an idea from. but kinda wish i was left so i can draw perfectly my creatively is done developing and wil stay at 10%

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iQew
iQew

That's just pure non-sense. You're making up excuses for your lack of commitment.

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ghost59
ghost59

theres no lack
im just not skilled.
im going to stay the way i am not drawing
Imgur.com
that pictures proves i lack creativity and really see no point why i should try to get better bc thats the best i can do and ill be at that level until im in my 50s or 40s
theres commitment just i just lack hope and refuse to call my sketches art. in my eyes my sketches are wrong and i need collage to fix me.

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iQew
iQew

If you invest 5 minutes to draw a sketch like that I'd call it lack of commitment. My sketches don't look so good after 5 minutes either, but after painting for 5-7 hours on a painting it becomes somewhat better. Develop paintings and do studies for the next 5 years every day for at least 30 minutes and you are going to get better. That's called commitment and what you do is called being frustrated and giving up. Every artist has it and fighting through suchs frustrations is what makes artists become better at what they do. If it's not your field, because there's no more fun in drawing or painting for you in there then it's fine to stop, no one is forcing you to do it. But, you shouldn't think that any other field is any easier, there's always the point where you are going to have to practice it to become better. Guess what, when I look at my first sketches I did 3 years ago, it looked exactly like what you just linked there, I could even scan them in and show it around, exact same quality. Look at the quality of my paintings now after 3 years, while 2 years were almost daily practice for at least 2-3 hours. Still, I wouldn't say that my paintings are good yet, but they start to show something that goes beyond the quality of a simple sketch. Whether you choose to invest more time into practicing art or not, you'll find your way. Best of luck!

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ghost59
ghost59

that picture tooke me 10 hours to do
>_> and did not get better
maybe when im older ill get better but until then
im to young to be at the level most people are.
and thx for the luck ill need it

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SinisterExaggerator

acording to moddb you are only 1 year younger than me if you blame your skill on age then you will never get good.

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ghost59
ghost59

but i heard takes like 3 or 4 years

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CzechDeath
CzechDeath

Its individual, Keep it positive, draw only when u feel you want to - dont force your self and dont stop improoving...

This is same as kung-fu. You lear whole life...

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ghost59
ghost59

well i kinda dont need to improve
just learn the fundamentals
and i like my style

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ZitaX
ZitaX

It takes as long as you allow it to take. I have only been drawing seriously since late 2010 when I got a tablet. I had never done any digital art at all before then.

You can easily become a pro in less then 2 year if you practice every day.

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SinisterExaggerator

please just listen to the man he talks sense im happy you have enthusiasm for drawing and u do have some nice ideas but if you want to be good dont just practise learn too look at youtube tutorial vids deviant art books etc. I couldnt draw people anything like as good now if it wasnt for my holy bible on drawing people book.

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ghost59
ghost59

oh wow ill try

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