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Aura lion rawwrrrr

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Aura lion rawwrrrr

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Burb pokes

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Burb pokes

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Gay dog

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Gay dog

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I don’t really like how Tundra dragons from FR look so I drew one of my Tundras as the type of fluffliondragon that I am rather than as an actual Tundra

konpozaa:

I don’t really like how Tundra dragons from FR look so I drew one of my Tundras as the type of fluffliondragon that I am rather than as an actual Tundra

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Cobradrake

I need to give this character a name

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Cobradrake

I need to give this character a name

konpozaa:

WHO is this mysterious fellow?? A bad guy? A good guy? An NPC? Why does he have those funny horns? I guess you have to wait until the game is done to find out…

konpozaa:

WHO is this mysterious fellow?? A bad guy? A good guy? An NPC? Why does he have those funny horns? I guess you have to wait until the game is done to find out…

pixel icon. hella

sorry for not posting here much! I’m working on something… something interesting.

something playable, maybe.

This stuff is on display at the Toledo Museum of Art!

Zeros and Ones: Computer Generated Art
May 16–September 18, 2014

I am incredibly proud of and simultaneously humbled by the inclusion of these three works into the Toledo Museum of Art’s Community Gallery. The theme is digital art, and the community exhibition is being held in as a partner exhibition to The Art of Video Games, the first ever exhibition that exhibits video games as art forms, and one that is traveling the country. I saw it when I was in Seattle on vacation a while back, and it was an amazing exhibition - booths at which various video games for consoles new and old were lined up to let people play.

Anyways, I submitted these three to the Community Gallery both as examples of digital art and art inspired by video games. If you want to go see them in person, I would be super happy! But, for those of you who can’t go, here’s the digital versions instead.