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Alien Abduction Challenge – Jeremy D. Mohler

Well, I have to apologize for getting behind the last few months on my challenges. Things got a little busy and unfortunately, the Collective sort of fell to the side. However, that's going to change. I'll be catching up with the missed challenges as well. I hope you like this one! I want

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June 2013 First Friday – Big Mike Walton & Jeremy D. Mohler Thumbnail

June 2013 First Friday – Big Mike Walton & Jeremy D. Mohler

Just in under the deadline! We've got something special here. This is the first collaborative piece for the Outland Collective and I have had the distinct pleasure of collaborating with Big Mike Walton on this. Not only that, but this also doubles as a promotional piece for a graphic no

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Dungeoneering101 Challenge – Jeremy D. Mohler

Hey folks! Wow, how the time seems to fly these days. This last month has been incredibly busy, which put me way behind schedule on my challenge piece. But, I managed to sit down last night and spend some time on this. It's another pretty sketchy piece and as far as these little experi

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Robot Challenge – Jeremy D. Mohler

I'm running a little behind this month, mostly due to the fact that my wife and I just had another little girl. She just turned a month old, already! Anyway, juggling parenthood with freelance work and teaching has left me without as much time as I generally prefer. Plus, robots are a littl

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April 2013 First Friday – Jeremy D. Mohler

You might notice something familiar about this piece - it was based off a sketch that I did for a previous challenge. My wife liked the piece really well and I'd been wanting to make a special piece just for her. So, I went ahead and took that original parents/children challenge and figure

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Nightmare Challenge – Jeremy D. Mohler Thumbnail

Nightmare Challenge – Jeremy D. Mohler

This month's challenge was to do something that could be considered a "nightmare". I don't get to do creature designs very often and I thought that this would be a good opportunity to create something sort of off the wall and a little scary. I'm not entirely sure how scary this ended up (tho

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Frontier Heroine – Jeremy D. Mohler

This was a pretty fun character study. I got to work in some interesting costuming and I'm already rather partial to western themes. I sort of pictured this heroine as having been found and raised by a Native American tribe, but as an adult, she made her way back into the White world. I t

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Cthulhu Challenge – Jeremy D. Mohler

This is something a little different from me. This is much more a "sketch" than what I usually do, which I generally call drawings. It's really rough and honestly, approached more like I'd approach a thumbnail. I'm not always comfortable working so loose and rough, and I'm not super excite

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December 2012 First Friday – Jeremy D. Mohler Thumbnail

December 2012 First Friday – Jeremy D. Mohler

This piece began life as a book cover for a client. The client was pretty open to suggestions and pretty much let me run with whatever (excepting a few details regarding the character). And as this has never been premiered elsewhere, I thought it would be a good piece to show. What I fo

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Flight Challenge – Jeremy D. Mohler

So, I'm running a few days behind this month due to some other obligations. But, here's my piece for the "Flight" challenge. I've definitely always been a fan of giant monsters/dragons/creatures that are being ridden (much like my piece for the parents/children challenge earlier this year)

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