A new SMT III demon review is up! It's the four elements. http://www.sludge.town/smt3/009.php
Another SMT III demon review is up! http://www.sludge.town/smt3/008.php
Two SMT III demon review updates in one go! I'm enjoying writing these!
Here's Slime and co: http://www.sludge.town/smt3/007.php Click back one to see the Hua Po review.
SMT III demon review number 5 is up! It's Preta and Yaka.
Have a look - I made new scoring graphics and a logo-style header. Also I tried to add some fonts similar to those used in game.
The fourth demon review is up! http://www.sludge.town/smt3/004.php Spoiler: I love this one.
A new SMT III demon review is up! http://www.sludge.town/smt3/003.php
Today's update covers Kodama and Sudama. I've also made a Labyrinth of Amala-styled background for this section of the site - pretty happy with it!
A new SMT III demon review is up! http://www.sludge.town/smt3/002.php
Today's update covers Pixie, High Pixie, and Queen Mab.
SMT III demon reviews: Will O'Wisp, Mou-Ryo, Phantom, Shadow
I've started a new section for reviewing demon designs from SMT 3. I don't think I'll be writing them daily, but I'm aiming for more frequently than once a week.
http://sludge.town is back up after a long absence, with a new look and no CMS! We're Web 1.0 all the way!
I'm having a clearout, which includes going through old sketchbooks and seeing which few pages I still want to keep. Here are 3 I'd like to redraw, from a sketchbook from 2008.
1. Silrathus and her 3 little pets. I ballsed up her proportions but it's still a cute scene.
2. Ref for the little animals in question.
3. Persona 3 fan-art! I love the Shadow designs in that game.
I LOVE this little cat painted by pestomayosjar on Tumblr: https://pestomayosjar.tumblr.com/post/182082951457 It's a SUPERB piece of stylisation - it’s shaped like a phytoplankton or something but it’s still recognisably a cat. I love it! I had to make a little fanart of it.
A little birthday gift-art for Cibex, of her crab mascot sharing a banana with a couple of leopard slugs.
View Cibex's work at http://www.bestiaexmachina.com/ - she's been an inspiration of mine for years!