With less than no time, we managed to squeeze out a short for the Fox-Aniboom competition this month. It was fast and furious around here for a week or two, but the team managed to crank out a pretty cool entry.
Hot off the presses! This month's 3dCreative is now out... with my Minotaur speed sculpt gracing the cover. But that's not all, a "Making of" article for my Ascension piece is also included. Grab a copy and check it out.. http://www.3dcreativemag.com/
So I started this guy for Dominance War, but unfortunatly I got swamped at work and didn't get to finish in time. I still plan finishing him now... but now I get to take my time and don't have to stick to anyone's rules. :)
So I finally had a chance to make a final images for the staff. Since it was made for a print rather than an image, I was limited to what I could do with it. But I still wanted some kind of image to show.
If you're looking for a bit of 3d goodness, check out the new issue of 3d Creative. This fantastic e-magazine is a really great source for the 3d artist... plus this month's issue is just alittle bit better because of yours truly. I wrote a speed sculpting tutorial for Aprils issue, plus my 'Ascension' piece made it into the galleries section!
The 3d print of my staff finally came in. It turned out really nice. I have not had a model printed before, but I definitely recommend the guys over at Grow It 3D. They were really great and were happy to answer all my questions.
This was a concepting sculpt I did for work a few months back. I drew up the original concept, and then did this quick sculpt to flesh it out alittle better. The idea was that he was once a beautiful person, but forever in hell has warped his body and mind.
I did a sculpt of the 'Crystal Skull' from Indiana Jones for work a while back. Unfortunately, the skull was rendered with a glass look and you couldn't see the details. I took a few hours and put together these two images.
I finally finished my tribute to Cam De Leon. He is one of my all time favorite artists and I had so much fun working on this. I usually never finish images, but I couldn't let this one go. Thanks for the inspiration Cam!!