Welcome to my page! I am Charles, a Proffessional 2-D and 3-D artist with the goal of just making stuff. I come from Pennsylvania but now reside in Florida where I work at a simulation company. At home I do work for Epocylipse The Afterfall which is a turn-taking survival game set a few generations after The Fall of mankind. When I'm not making 3-D assets I'm drawing for myself or taking commissions, and when I'm not doing that I'm playing open-world games.
Vehicles, armor, weapons, environments, and anthros are the things I like to work on the most. On my 3-D side of things I focus on hard-surface modeling. On my 2-D side I favor organic objects.
Commission Statuses can be found on my FA account:
Huion Kamvas GT-191
Clip Studio Paint
Paint Tool SAI 2
Adobe CS6 Suite
TL;DR version: Archive update, I have around 400 pieces yet to dump in scraps including traditional sketches from back in 2012
Long version: Brief update on the archival of my old work. I'm trying to keep the spam-y-ness down by limiting it to about 20 pieces a day/every other day. I don't intent to clog all your inboxes, so hopefully this is a good compromise.
As it stands now I have around 50 sketches left in just the commissions section of my PC. After that I'm moving on to the digital sketches which I have yet to start tallying up, but I'm gonna wager that's around 100 pieces. Hopefully less.
Now, February is going to be an interesting one because now that I have a decent camera phone I have work as old as 2012 to start putting up here. Yes. I'm going that far back. Why am I going that far back? Because around that time is where my OG OCs were created, and I like sharing my old work, even though the anatomy is terrible, the perspective is off, and the hard surface objects such as the cars and guns make zero sense. Also the dialogue is just atrocious.
Now, this is going to be a process for me. I have to photograph every page, crop them, move them over to my PC (Iphone can kiss my tail. It's a hassle and a half to manage your data on iCloud Photos) watermark them if they aren't watermarked, then it's uploady business as usual. If I go dark for longer than 2 days then expect me to be held up.
Again, bear with me while I trudge through this. If I stay on track then we'll get to seeing new (being 2019) pieces here in March.
Joined 12 November 2015