I started this character for the Comic Con competition that just passed. However, halfway through i had to go home to visit family for 3 weeks. That cut heavily into the time I had to work on it. So I didn't meet the deadline for having it textured and rendered. But I decided I should finish the sculpt.
Friday, January 30, 2015
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
It's been a long hard road. But I've finally this close to 2 minute demo reel to show for my 2 years at Gnomon School of Visual Effects. These pieces were not done over the span of the last 2 years but rather the span of the last half a year. I guess I will have more time to post more entries now that school's over. Let the job hunt begin.
Sunday, August 24, 2014
The first piece I did was from a concept by JH Stone. Rendered in Mental Ray.
This Joan of Arc piece was a concept from Michael C. Hayes. Rendered in VRay
This character was created for my Character for games class. Definitely in love with the aspect of the industry now and I think that's where i'd like to work when I graduate. Marmoset is such awesome program. I'm hoping to cranked out some badass game characters for my reel later on. Concept by Karl Kopinski.
This creature was for my Creature Design class. Made is Zbrush, comp'd in Photoshop. I also won Best of term was this and was featured on the Gnomon website. :P
These sculpts are from my Anatomy for Zbrush Class. Batman was my final. I've learned so much about anatomy in this class. Definitely take the course at Gnomon if you already know Zbrush and want to sharpen your understanding of anatomy. All the sculpts where done in a week and from scratch, meaning a sphere.
This was done for my VRay class using the robot I modeled from Hardsurface 2 class and the room from ym Intro to Maya class.
Saturday, September 28, 2013
So here's a bunch a new stuff from last term. A little bit of 3D hard, a bit z brush and a bit character design.
Zbrush class was a bit hectic this term. Switched teachers half way through. Not sure I'll post up my final for that though.
Character Design was a fun class toward the end.