Gungere - Ethan McBride

  • The Most Intense Thing Ever

    Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - 3:07pm

    There have been a few artworks over the years that I have put my complete attention, where slowly over time I have evolved a work to see where it takes itself rather than have a set out plan and idea of how this thing will be. it was hard to upload this because there were lots of little details that didn't show up. I had to idea of a work you can continually look inside, sadly the file was too...

  • Death Knight

    Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - 2:58pm

    Anyone into games who doesn't know Blizzard is living under a rock, on Mars with their eyes shut with their fingers in their ears. When I was younger I thought that Arthus was the coolest character ever to come out. I spend months and years drawing Death Knights of my own design, gradually trying to gain more and more realism. This is the finished product of all those years of effort.

  • Wraith

    Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - 2:52pm

    Exploring different mediums is something a great artists must do, to remove yourself from that comfort zone and jump into to something unknown. I spent a lot of time in high school with ball point pens attempting to mimic the shading of graphite, charcoal and paint; very delicate work to achieve this with no room for mistakes. This was apart of the exercises I used to do to improve my texture a...

  • Craziness

    Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - 2:46pm

    Sometimes the things that make the least sense are the most coherent.

  • The Wizard!

    Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - 2:33pm

    Music and art have always been intertwined, the influence that sound has on the mind cannot be expressed in words only in the form of more art. The inexplicable nature of inspiration is something timelessly ingrained into human nature. I found myself over and over again listen to the same type of music when I was drawing this character, even when I wasn't listening to music the same song kept c...

  • The Shaman

    Tuesday, 30 June 2015 - 2:24pm

    I was on the Vice website looking for the travel guide documentaries, which I find are extremely interesting and informative (especially the vice guide to Liberia) Long story short I was inspired by the tribal get up that their soothsayers and shamans have coupled with their contemporary setting and props like the AK-47. This prompted me to design this guy for a series of t-shirts for a group o...