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geekynerfherder · 3 days ago
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'Worthy' by PhaseRunner.
Officially licensed 18" x 24" Lithograph print on pearlescent paper, in a numbered limited edition of 495 for $50.
On sale Friday June 11 at 12pm ET through Bottleneck Gallery.
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starwarsartnow · 8 months ago
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Tatooine R-16 Dagobah M-19 Mustafar L-19
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starwarsartnow · a year ago
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Take The Bait
by PhaseRunner
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critionix · a month ago
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Editor: http://aminoapps.com/p/jngxom
Descrição: Bom, essa edição foi um pedido do núcleo de edição, e para fazê-la me inspirei no PhaseRunner, um editor gringo. De início, pretendia fazer uma opl em que todo o cenário fosse bem mágico, mas no decorrer da edição precisei mudar para o molde de tpl. Enfim, comecei renderizando a render e posicionei ela como queria, logo comecei a fazer o solo usando um wallpaper que encontrei na internet e, desta forma, fui alterando a luz e sombra com o pincel. Em seguida, pensei em colocar alguns ovos e flores pelos arredores, e assim o fiz: coloquei os ovos de chocolate e fui apagando bem devagar para que mesclasse com o gramado, daí mexi na luz com a ajuda de brushes e desfoque, inclusive, apliquei uma textura para que não ficasse "infantil"; já as flores, foi o mesmo processo, no entanto, aumentei a iluminação delas e baixei bastante o sombreamento. Mais tarde, comecei a fazer o céu, para isso queria fazer uma cachoeira de chocolate (uma ideia bem louca), mas, um dos editores do núcleo, Pocky, deu a ideia de colocar um arco-íris no céu, então fiz um degradê azul e nele sobrepuis um wallpaper de nuvens e fui espalhando, assim coloquei montanhas e, assim, fui harmonizando as cores. Para finalizar o background, coloquei o arco-íris e o atenuei, logo passei brushes brancos para dar um aspecto legal. Para o título, posicionei ele como queria e arrumei a cor, além disso, coloquei uma textura por cima. Ademais, corrigi a parte de iluminação para que tudo ficasse bem limpo.
Link: https://ibb.co/6DBBD4s
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metalmaniac619 · a month ago
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Apex Legends Adds a New Permanent 3v3 Arena Mode
The upcoming season of Apex Legends, Legacy, is set to add a new, permanent 3v3 game mode called Arenas. Arenas is not a battle royale, but is instead a multi-round 3v3 mode with similarities to games like Valorant and Counter-Strike. Players fight on maps much smaller than those used for the battle royale, and have just one life per round to out-play the other team. Conclusive games can be over in three rounds, but a match can go as far as nine rounds and into sudden death if teams are unable to out-smart their opponents. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/22/apex-legends-legacy-launch-trailer"] While you will use the same weapons and characters as you do in the main Apex Legends battle royale mode, Arenas is a very different looking game type. For starters, there is no looting at all. Instead, a shopping phase before each round will allow players to purchase weapons, consumables, and upgrades. You can also purchase character abilities; to keep the characters balanced for this mode, you’ll have to buy charges of their tactical and ultimate abilities in this phase, rather than the battle royale’s cooldown system. Currency for the store is provided at the start of every round, with bonuses awarded for kills and wins, much like in other tactical PvP shooters. Player equipment is reset at the start of each round to prevent power snowballing and keep matches to a swift average of 15 minutes. While there’s no classic-style looting, there are still equipment bins around the map that contain consumables, as well as currency pickups that will allow you to buy better gear in the next round. Additionally, a supply drop will land halfway through a round containing three weapons, the rarity of which will increase round by round. Map design is much closer to traditional Apex Legends than the lanes of Counter-Strike; while much smaller than battle royale maps, they have stretches of open ground and named locations to fight over. The classic battle royale circle is also part of the mode, and staying inside it is a major part of a round’s momentum. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/19/apex-legends-northstar-valkyrie-lore-and-abilities-explained"] When Arenas launches it will have two bespoke maps: Party Crasher, set on a ship that’s crashed into a downtown plaza, and Phaserunner, a more rural, open map with long sightlines. More maps are in development, but since they will take a while three more maps have been made using segments of the battle royale maps. These will be Artillery from Kings Canyon, Thermal Station from Worlds End, and Golden Garden from Olympus. The mode will launch with its two bespoke maps and Artillery, and add the other two maps in the following weeks. Arenas could be the start of Apex Legends being a platform for other game modes beyond battle royal, too. “We’re pretty good shooter makers, so how can we offer that in other ways?” said Game Director Chad Grenier in an Q&A session with press. “So our first step has been in Arenas. We’ve got these other things we’re doing in playtests, where we’re trying to expand even further than that, so I think you’ll continue to see some innovations and some limited time modes, and us try a few things here and there. We do hope that Apex can be more than just a battle royale game.” Apex Legends Legacy launches May 4, and adds a new character, Valkyrie, and a new weapon, the Bochek bow and arrow, too. Both this new character and weapon will be available in Arenas as well as the main battle royale mode. [poilib element="accentDivider"] Matt Purslow is IGN's UK News and Entertainment Writer.  from IGN Video Games https://ift.tt/3vr5tDj via IFTTT
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sabbadoci0us · a month ago
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Apex Legends Adds a New Permanent 3v3 Arena Mode
The upcoming season of Apex Legends, Legacy, is set to add a new, permanent 3v3 game mode called Arenas. Arenas is not a battle royale, but is instead a multi-round 3v3 mode with similarities to games like Valorant and Counter-Strike. Players fight on maps much smaller than those used for the battle royale, and have just one life per round to out-play the other team. Conclusive games can be over in three rounds, but a match can go as far as nine rounds and into sudden death if teams are unable to out-smart their opponents. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/22/apex-legends-legacy-launch-trailer"] While you will use the same weapons and characters as you do in the main Apex Legends battle royale mode, Arenas is a very different looking game type. For starters, there is no looting at all. Instead, a shopping phase before each round will allow players to purchase weapons, consumables, and upgrades. You can also purchase character abilities; to keep the characters balanced for this mode, you’ll have to buy charges of their tactical and ultimate abilities in this phase, rather than the battle royale’s cooldown system. Currency for the store is provided at the start of every round, with bonuses awarded for kills and wins, much like in other tactical PvP shooters. Player equipment is reset at the start of each round to prevent power snowballing and keep matches to a swift average of 15 minutes. While there’s no classic-style looting, there are still equipment bins around the map that contain consumables, as well as currency pickups that will allow you to buy better gear in the next round. Additionally, a supply drop will land halfway through a round containing three weapons, the rarity of which will increase round by round. Map design is much closer to traditional Apex Legends than the lanes of Counter-Strike; while much smaller than battle royale maps, they have stretches of open ground and named locations to fight over. The classic battle royale circle is also part of the mode, and staying inside it is a major part of a round’s momentum. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/19/apex-legends-northstar-valkyrie-lore-and-abilities-explained"] When Arenas launches it will have two bespoke maps: Party Crasher, set on a ship that’s crashed into a downtown plaza, and Phaserunner, a more rural, open map with long sightlines. More maps are in development, but since they will take a while three more maps have been made using segments of the battle royale maps. These will be Artillery from Kings Canyon, Thermal Station from Worlds End, and Golden Garden from Olympus. The mode will launch with its two bespoke maps and Artillery, and add the other two maps in the following weeks. Arenas could be the start of Apex Legends being a platform for other game modes beyond battle royal, too. “We’re pretty good shooter makers, so how can we offer that in other ways?” said Game Director Chad Grenier in an Q&A session with press. “So our first step has been in Arenas. We’ve got these other things we’re doing in playtests, where we’re trying to expand even further than that, so I think you’ll continue to see some innovations and some limited time modes, and us try a few things here and there. We do hope that Apex can be more than just a battle royale game.” Apex Legends Legacy launches May 4, and adds a new character, Valkyrie, and a new weapon, the Bochek bow and arrow, too. Both this new character and weapon will be available in Arenas as well as the main battle royale mode. [poilib element="accentDivider"] Matt Purslow is IGN's UK News and Entertainment Writer.  source https://www.ign.com/articles/apex-legends-arenas-3v3-mode-legacy
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techxgames · a month ago
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Apex Legends Adds a New Permanent 3v3 Arena Mode
The upcoming season of Apex Legends, Legacy, is set to add a new, permanent 3v3 game mode called Arenas. Arenas is not a battle royale, but is instead a multi-round 3v3 mode with similarities to games like Valorant and Counter-Strike. Players fight on maps much smaller than those used for the battle royale, and have just one life per round to out-play the other team. Conclusive games can be over in three rounds, but a match can go as far as nine rounds and into sudden death if teams are unable to out-smart their opponents. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/22/apex-legends-legacy-launch-trailer"] While you will use the same weapons and characters as you do in the main Apex Legends battle royale mode, Arenas is a very different looking game type. For starters, there is no looting at all. Instead, a shopping phase before each round will allow players to purchase weapons, consumables, and upgrades. You can also purchase character abilities; to keep the characters balanced for this mode, you’ll have to buy charges of their tactical and ultimate abilities in this phase, rather than the battle royale’s cooldown system. Currency for the store is provided at the start of every round, with bonuses awarded for kills and wins, much like in other tactical PvP shooters. Player equipment is reset at the start of each round to prevent power snowballing and keep matches to a swift average of 15 minutes. While there’s no classic-style looting, there are still equipment bins around the map that contain consumables, as well as currency pickups that will allow you to buy better gear in the next round. Additionally, a supply drop will land halfway through a round containing three weapons, the rarity of which will increase round by round. Map design is much closer to traditional Apex Legends than the lanes of Counter-Strike; while much smaller than battle royale maps, they have stretches of open ground and named locations to fight over. The classic battle royale circle is also part of the mode, and staying inside it is a major part of a round’s momentum. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/19/apex-legends-northstar-valkyrie-lore-and-abilities-explained"] When Arenas launches it will have two bespoke maps: Party Crasher, set on a ship that’s crashed into a downtown plaza, and Phaserunner, a more rural, open map with long sightlines. More maps are in development, but since they will take a while three more maps have been made using segments of the battle royale maps. These will be Artillery from Kings Canyon, Thermal Station from Worlds End, and Golden Garden from Olympus. The mode will launch with its two bespoke maps and Artillery, and add the other two maps in the following weeks. Arenas could be the start of Apex Legends being a platform for other game modes beyond battle royal, too. “We’re pretty good shooter makers, so how can we offer that in other ways?” said Game Director Chad Grenier in an Q&A session with press. “So our first step has been in Arenas. We’ve got these other things we’re doing in playtests, where we’re trying to expand even further than that, so I think you’ll continue to see some innovations and some limited time modes, and us try a few things here and there. We do hope that Apex can be more than just a battle royale game.” Apex Legends Legacy launches May 4, and adds a new character, Valkyrie, and a new weapon, the Bochek bow and arrow, too. Both this new character and weapon will be available in Arenas as well as the main battle royale mode. [poilib element="accentDivider"] Matt Purslow is IGN's UK News and Entertainment Writer.  from IGN Video Games https://ift.tt/3vr5tDj via IFTTT
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paulkangart · a month ago
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Apex Legends Adds a New Permanent 3v3 Arena Mode
The upcoming season of Apex Legends, Legacy, is set to add a new, permanent 3v3 game mode called Arenas. Arenas is not a battle royale, but is instead a multi-round 3v3 mode with similarities to games like Valorant and Counter-Strike. Players fight on maps much smaller than those used for the battle royale, and have just one life per round to out-play the other team. Conclusive games can be over in three rounds, but a match can go as far as nine rounds and into sudden death if teams are unable to out-smart their opponents. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/22/apex-legends-legacy-launch-trailer"] While you will use the same weapons and characters as you do in the main Apex Legends battle royale mode, Arenas is a very different looking game type. For starters, there is no looting at all. Instead, a shopping phase before each round will allow players to purchase weapons, consumables, and upgrades. You can also purchase character abilities; to keep the characters balanced for this mode, you’ll have to buy charges of their tactical and ultimate abilities in this phase, rather than the battle royale’s cooldown system. Currency for the store is provided at the start of every round, with bonuses awarded for kills and wins, much like in other tactical PvP shooters. Player equipment is reset at the start of each round to prevent power snowballing and keep matches to a swift average of 15 minutes. While there’s no classic-style looting, there are still equipment bins around the map that contain consumables, as well as currency pickups that will allow you to buy better gear in the next round. Additionally, a supply drop will land halfway through a round containing three weapons, the rarity of which will increase round by round. Map design is much closer to traditional Apex Legends than the lanes of Counter-Strike; while much smaller than battle royale maps, they have stretches of open ground and named locations to fight over. The classic battle royale circle is also part of the mode, and staying inside it is a major part of a round’s momentum. [ignvideo url="https://www.ign.com/videos/2021/04/19/apex-legends-northstar-valkyrie-lore-and-abilities-explained"] When Arenas launches it will have two bespoke maps: Party Crasher, set on a ship that’s crashed into a downtown plaza, and Phaserunner, a more rural, open map with long sightlines. More maps are in development, but since they will take a while three more maps have been made using segments of the battle royale maps. These will be Artillery from Kings Canyon, Thermal Station from Worlds End, and Golden Garden from Olympus. The mode will launch with its two bespoke maps and Artillery, and add the other two maps in the following weeks. Arenas could be the start of Apex Legends being a platform for other game modes beyond battle royal, too. “We’re pretty good shooter makers, so how can we offer that in other ways?” said Game Director Chad Grenier in an Q&A session with press. “So our first step has been in Arenas. We’ve got these other things we’re doing in playtests, where we’re trying to expand even further than that, so I think you’ll continue to see some innovations and some limited time modes, and us try a few things here and there. We do hope that Apex can be more than just a battle royale game.” Apex Legends Legacy launches May 4, and adds a new character, Valkyrie, and a new weapon, the Bochek bow and arrow, too. Both this new character and weapon will be available in Arenas as well as the main battle royale mode. [poilib element="accentDivider"] Matt Purslow is IGN's UK News and Entertainment Writer.  from IGN Video Games https://ift.tt/3vr5tDj via IFTTT
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knatdreamart · 5 months ago
do you have a YouTube channel? if so, what is the name? if not, watch a video to improve your edits? could you indicate?
For improving photoshop skills I'd recommend PiXimperfect, Benny Productions, PhaseRunner. Also i watch Ross Draws sometimes and the channel called 콕스Illust. I don't remember all of them but these are the channels that can help you understand some things not only in photoshop but in art as well.
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llewelyn-ap-arthur · 9 months ago
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“Dagobah M-19,” “Mustafar L-19,” and “Tatooine R-16,” by PhaseRunner.
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scifiseries · 10 months ago
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original by phaserunner
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culturejunkies · 11 months ago
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The Last Children of Krypton fight Brainiac in Man Of Steel 2 poster
By Kenshiro
One can’t help but appreciate a fine piece of fan art.  While cruising around Reddit this morning, I stumbled upon this beauty of a poster made by PhaseRunner in the DC_Cinematic subreddit.
The piece features an almost Cthulhu-like Brainiac Ship descending upon Metropolis. In the foreground hovers the Man of Steel and his cousin, watching on at the oncoming horror. Yes, this poster is a fanmade poster for a Man of Steel sequel that we may or may not get.  It’s hard not to want Brainiac to be the next big bad in a Superman film.  This poster definitely makes me want it sooner rather than later!
Make sure you stop over to PhaseRunner’s account and give him some extra deserved karma for this one.
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childrenofdune · a year ago
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"I must not fear..." Dune poster concept by PhaseRunner.
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