Figurine Conversion: Monsters are our Speciality!
So many figurine manufacturers produce awesome monsters - ready for painting, photographing, and conversion to an illustration.
So What Doesn't Work?
Anything that is hand-drawn doesn't convert well in our process. For the same reasons photographs of anime figurines don't convert well.
Figurine Conversion: Character Portraits are our Speciality!
Whether you are a Gamer, a Referee, or a would-be Indie Publisher character portraits are going to be your most often used illustrations.
Oh the Carnage!!
Not every game session ends well for the players - no, sometimes the game master wins!!
CGI Conversion: Setting the Scene
While illustrations of scenes aren't always shown to the players they are very useful for conveying mood to the referee.
CGI Conversion: Landscapes
There is no better way to convey to the players the wonderous vistas that their characters behold than by showing them an illustration.
CGI Conversion: Architecture Illustrations
From the smallest outhouse to the largest castle our Architecture Gallery contains a wide variety of building illustrations ready for use.
CGI Conversion: SciFi Vehicles
A photograph of a piece of miniature scenery can become the perfect illustration for your next project.
CGI Conversion: Aeroplanes
Vehicles of the imagination take form in CGI.
CGI Conversion: SciFi
You can almost hear the drone of the engines and the murmurs of excitement from the passengers waiting on the dock...
CGI Conversion: Warplanes
The great advantage CGI has over photographs is that you can render the physically impossible but you can't build it.
CGI Conversion: Portraits
Scenes so familiar recreated in CGI make excellent illustrations.
Figurine Conversion: Scene Setting
CGI characters can change pose at the click of a button - making them an excellent choice for portrait conversion.
Figurine Conversion: Encounters
You can convert photographs of dioramas into illustrations. Most of our Individual Illustrations utilise this process.
Figurine Conversion: Large Figurines
Large figurines are easier to paint and easier to photograph - which usually results in a better illustration.
Figurine Conversion: Vehicles
Vehicles often make excellent illustrations...
It would be ungentlemanly to not enjoy painting Libby in all her poses...
Figurine Conversion: Vignette
A single figure scene makes for an evocative illustration.
Figurine Conversion: NFL Memories
Fantasy Football needs the odd illustration too...
Figurine Conversion: Heroes Cry Out For An Evocative Illustration
Every gamer wants a great illustration of their beloved character carefully developed over weeks, months, even years of gaming...
Figurine Conversion: Monsters are People Too!
OK, not really, that's why they're monsters - but they do deserve evocative illustrations!
So How Does It Work?!?
We convert photographs and photorealistic images into illustrations. Here is an example of a figurine photo converted into an illustration.
Photograph Conversion: It Isn't Just About Macro Photography!
We can convert stock photographs into illustrations.
Photograph Conversion: Portraits
Portrait photography is a great way of sourcing new faces for character illustrations.
Figurine Conversion: Action Poses
Illustrations of characters in dynamic poses convey a sense of urgency...
Figurine Conversion: Freehand Drawing
The more detail on a figurine the greater the skill of the painter - and the better the resulting illustration.
Figurine Conversion: Multiple Angles
You can photograph a figurine from multiple angles in order to create a variety of illustrations.
The magic in our process relies on contrast. We often tweak the photograph so that it looks terrible but converts nicely into an illustrtion.
Figurine Conversion: Come in Number 7 Your Time is UP!!
Who better to watch over a small flotilla of paddle boats?!
Figurine Conversion: Vehicles
Models of vehicles are easy to photograph and make for nice illustrations.
Figurine Conversion: Just Because I Have Wings...
... doesn't mean I'm a monster. The fact that I AM a monster is just a coincidence. Nothing to do with the leathery wings...