Desert Wild Flower ~ Final

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Art by StarTwo

The brightest Desert Wild Flower is exactly who you want to meet when you get stranded on sandy landscapes that seem to never end. Probably your senses got garbled under the scorching sun, walking on a never-ending loop and following your own footsteps until you depleted your rations.

Now that you took the step to ask for help and are definitely in good company, rejoice as you’re lead through the shortest path to a refreshing -although hidden- water well, feasting on the food generously provided by the leader of the camp, taken by your passion and will to succeed, despite the adversity and pain.

You’re alive and you feel hope again, weighting what you truly treasure (now that you almost lost it) finding that maybe, most important of all, you’ll make sure you get out of this experience something that will make you better.

A friendly smile reminds you that you’re not alone on your quest and that makes you feel ready to get back on your feet.

Brave forward! But falling and getting up again isn’t easy, no matter what anyone can say, so for now… Rest.

★stay inspired★

Desert Wild Flower ~ WIP

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Art by StarTwo

Like most creators we too have complicated relationships with older works. But every now and then, when revisiting and going down a memory lane there comes along something that makes us feel like it could receive a bit more care.

That brings us to this revisited desert wild flower, previously drawn back in 2016 and now worked on a little bit but still at a work-in-progress stage – we’re specially eager to bring colour to that outfit!

★stay inspired★

“Street Fighter Tales” for Action X Team

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Chun-Li, always a favourite of ours!

Art concept for “Street Fighter Tales” (click on the pictures to see them fullsize)

From 2016 to 2018 we worked with Action X Team on the project “Street Fighter Tales” and since its inspired in a videogame series that had been very present in our lives, we were thrilled when asked to do concept art and give it a slight twist in accordance to the script delivered.

We love to concept and in this case we had the extra challenge of thinking of the actor/actress/karateka that would fill the role. It was the first time we had that extra human factor while doing these concepts and having to make outfits that allowed a wide range of movements a.k.a. fighting action scenes not only for the camera but also for live action at events and stage shows!
From character sheets, to storyboard sequences and background images for live audiovisual interactive stage performances, we were thrilled to work on several steps of the process and areas that were completely new to us.

We had a blast and it was a specially rewarding feeling to see clothes come to life from our concepts (a sample is shown on the pictures) with the added responsibility to try and be loyal to the original characters.

★We hope you enjoyed it as well and as always, stay inspired★