sorry for the long delay but here are some more scenes from the point and click adventure game "Fearful Tales - Hansel and Gretel", that Dusko and me did.
The good news is the game is out, so i will be posting the rest of the art we did for the game that wasn't possible while the game was in development.
And also, like i already said, be sure to check out Dusko Bjeljac work, it's AWESOME!!! :)
here is something very cool that my dear friend Dusko Bjeljac and I've been working on for quite some time. It's a new point and click adventure game in production of Eipix Studios.
So far working on this game has been a beautiful experience thanks to the big, BIG support that good
people of Eipix Studios have given us, and a small but AWESOME team of
people we get to work with every day, that make our illustrations even
cooler by making them come to life!
This is just a small portion of stuff that's coming up, so stay tuned.
Another illustration i did for the "Serbian Fairytales" book.
The story is about a young man who's father was killed by a legendary Golden Fleece Ram.
The moment he was old enough young man took his father's riffle and went out to seek revenge for
his father's death.
When he killed the ram, the golden fleece, that he took as a trophy, turned out to be more trouble than the young man could ever expect.
Hey Guys very long time without a post, but i'm super busy working on an awesome project which i'll be able to share with you in the near future, so stay tuned there will be tons of cool artwork to show! :)
Until then here are the illustrations i did for the "Serbian Fairytales" book. The name of this fairy tale is "Peppercorn".
The story is about a boy that was born as small as the grain of pepper, but that didn't stop him to embark on an adventure that changed his life, and the lives of the people and creatures he met along the way.
Long long time without a post, but i've been quite busy so i have an excuse, sort of :)
Anyway, i would like to show you the first illustrations that i did for a very interesting project i currently working on.
These illustrations are done for the book that is called "Serbian Fairytales", and the name of this fairytale is "The Groom Snake".
I'm trully blessed because working on this project gave me another chance to work with some of my dearest friends and colleagues, Dusko Bjeljac, Dragan Bibin, and the Master, Petar Meseldzija.
Stay tuned, more is yet to come :)
(i will update this post as soon as i translate the shorter version of the fairytale, so, if you are interested you can read what it's all about).
I finally received my copy of Spectrum 18, and i couldn't be more happier ... oh wait, i actually can, because my illustration "Talason - Shadow Keeper" that i did for the "Serbian Mythology" project is included in it!!! :) I would also like to congratulate my friends Dragan Bibin and Petar Meseldzija, because their beautiful illustrations are also included in this year Spectrum edition.
These are some of the illustrations i did for the third and final tome of the Serbian Mythology trilogy, called "Rebels - Witches and Vampires".
Once again it was a pleasure to work with a team of super talented artists Ivica Stevanovic, Dragan Bibin, Milos Vujanovic and my very dear friend Dusko Bjeljac.
Milenko Bodirogic is once again responsible for the the beautiful stories and descriptions of the creatures that are included in the book.
It has really been a awesome experience working on the two books of Serbian Mythology, and i really hope you guys like it.
Trivun Kalaba riding his Black Steed
"When dark night covered the earth, the village and its inhabitants retired to their houses, Trivun saddled up his stallion. Christmas was coming, and under that little piece of moonlight was a bluish crisp snow shinning. Kalaba was riding slowly, he bridled up the stallion as if afraid of hurting the silence and serenity of the night. He visited the crossroads, cemeteries, entered the forest, but soon forgetting why he was doing it. He followed the flight of the owls, listened to howling of wolves, and foxes barking in love …"
Lela in the River
Lela and the Fox
''Lela was seven years old, certainly not more, when that fox appeared. Beautiful, fawn and gold, and proud as it wasn't out of this world, it was like it came from a quiet, autumn like, fox kingdom. It rolled up around Lela, almost hiding her with the raised tail and it barked briefly, pointedly, as if laughing. Lela hugged the fox and crawled her fingers under the red fur and she barked also ... ''
Long time without a post, but that's because i was very busy working on the AWESOME project regarding Serbian Mythology book series.
Here is one of the illustrations i did for the final chapter of this trilogy called "Rebels - Witches and Vampires".