15 beautiful digital paintings of warriors

A lot of games are based on warriors or not so strong character types becoming great warriors. Most of the time, they are as deadly as they are beautiful and they vary from nobel soldiers with shiny armor to bare skinned barbarians with clunky weapons. Each of these beautiful digital paintings show their own story about a type or warrior and what they have been trough.

In the comments below, let me know what your favorite type of warrior is and why.

Conan by Kerem Beyit

Elven Concept by Lithriel

Warrior by Serenity220

Practice by Puzzle Lee

Grey Heron by Jennifer Wuestling

Juar-Estevan de la Montegerat, captain of the Cábalas de Libre Pensamiento

Carlitta - Cyber Mafia Boss Samurai by OXAN

General Atodaho by Alexander Ovchinnikov

Game illustration by Leejeeh

King Arthur

Quest by Hokunin

Demon Hunter by Crow-god

Skyrim - Nightingale by justduet

The Warrior by Carlos Garijo

Commander Kalífima Ukuchatari / Silent Forest by aditya777

Pebble: E-Paper Watch for iPhone and Android

Kickstarter is a beautiful place to find funds for your project, and a lot of amazing projects went to production because of Kickstarter. But never have I seen a project being funded this quickly. The Pebble, a digital watch that can connect to your iPhone or Android phone, needed to collect 100,000 dollar to go to production and collected the money in only two hours! The project still has 36 days to go before the investment period ends and the counter shows somewhere around $744,000 at the moment. And this number is going up rather quickly.

With the Pebble, you can go cycling, control your music, go running, and obviously do a lot more. With a SDK, developers can build their own app to support the Pebble. It has a build in accelerometer, a vibrating motor, an ARM microprocessor and a nice e-paper display. It connects trough bluetooth and has a battery life of 7 days.

If you would like to have a copy of the watch, as long as it is a Kickstarter project the watch will cost you $99. When the Pebble goes to production it will cost something like $150. It surely does have a lot of potential if you ask me, and I am seriously considering buying one. I think it is awesome that you can see who is calling you, just by looking at your watch. What would you like to do with a Pebble?

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