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Naean

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About Naean

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    Self-employed artist with affinity for fine detail pen drawings.

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    Society trends, community collaboration, being open minded, challenging certain perspectives, game development, general technology, art and design.
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    Male
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    United Kingdom

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  1. Naean

    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Signs of decay. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 17
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    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Twinkles. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 16 The circular shape in the middle of the big 5 point star is inspired by the circular bumpers in Carnival Night Zone.
  3. Naean

    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Aquatic Architecture. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 15 The bubble generator in the body of water on the right, is inspired by the air bubble generators in Sonic games.
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    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Ear fluff. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 14 I drew this approximately 2 weeks after I started to get tinnitus in my right ear.
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    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Sentient Serrations. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 13
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    Chunk of nature. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 12
  7. Naean

    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Drip of detail. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 11
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    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Relic Ruins. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 10 The crystals hanging from the ruins are inspired by the crystals from Crash Bandicoot games. There are patterns on the block underneath the hanging ruins, which are inspired by the tails of Miles "Tails" Prower.
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    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Splash from the abyss. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 9
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    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Yin-Yang Scorch Statue. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 8
  11. This is the image that I had trouble embedding. I think that I have discovered the problem. Up until the recent issues/maintenance with this forum, I had no problems inserting images (Such as the one above.) into my posts. The forum would always resize the image down automatically, and then place a link in the downsized image to a larger view of it. However, when some forum changes started happening, the images began to only show as links. The workaround I've found, is to embed images using a http prefix rather than https. For whatever the reason may be (At least with the image links I'm using.) the forum currently seems to have issues embedding images using a https prefix. I've also noticed since the recent forum changes, that embedded images now appear in a larger size, but I like this. 🙂
  12. I already posted about this over here, but I thought it could do with its own topic, in hopes that I could give it more attention/get some help from staff. I'm having problems embedding regular, non-animated images, using the "Insert image from URL" function. They just appear as links. Same thing happens if I simply paste the image U.R.L. directly. It looks like it is inserting the image correctly in the editor, however it doesn't show up in the actual post. Any ideas on what's happening here?
  13. Naean

    GIF Embedding is Glitchy?

    I'm having problems embedding regular, non-animated images, using the "Insert image from URL" function. They just appear as links. I understand that forum maintenance is happening at the moment, so I imagine that this will eventually work properly again.
  14. Naean

    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    Path to the Point. Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 7 The diagonal pointer is inspired by pens and pencils.
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    Naean's Art & Design Topic

    [Various Pieces D] Bramblewood A5 Notebook - Page 6 The trinket in the trash pod is inspired by the Master Emerald.
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