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Originally posted by Irish614
Channeled drawings? I don't think so. Amazing visionary artwork? Absolutely.
This isnt an artist take on POSSIBLE alien life, this is CHANNELED DRAWINGS!
Originally posted by Freeman
Originally posted by Chadwickus
reply to post by Freeman
Xenomorph is a name given to the aliens in Alien...a movie.
I could say that aliens film was channeled to a small degree too...
But Xeno Morph or "seti" is not invention from the aliens movie.
Even in the film, they called it "bug hunt" and xeno morph is a general term for non humanoid alien type.
edit on 30-1-2012 by Freeman because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by snowspirit
Where's the drawings of our "nice" neighbours?
Our cuddly aliens, like Chewbacca, or something Yeti like, or half human looking, or at least not so scary looking.
I don't think I want to know those aliens portrayed here, unless they're really nice and I'm just wrongly judging solely based on looks
Dimitri Patelis’ art evolved from his intense interest in the old masters fused with the sounds of heavy metal and punk music.
Born in Canada from Greek parents, Patelis started drawing at the age of 16. Within seven years, the self-taught artist began working with Marvel Comics. Since then, he has worked with many renowned companies including Hasbro, 20th Century Fox, Wizards of the Coast, Electronic Arts, Dreamworks, Midway Games, WWE and Dark Horse Comics.
Patelis became a master airbrush artist in the 1990s. Since 1997, he incorporated computer-aided design and extreme digital techniques to expand his traditional method. By practicing and honing none stereotypical styles and techniques, he constantly reinvents his work while at the same time killing the routine.
Although his main interest is in creature design, he has successfully used his skills in all forms of illustration and design in the entertainment, publishing and advertising industry. His work can be seen on book covers, music CDs, trading cards, posters, snow boards, skateboards, T-shirts, calendars and, recently, on much of the official licensed “Transformers” movie products, notably, representations of Optimus Prime and Megatron.