So I found these old oil on canvas and old computer parts experiments from about 5 years ago. My good friends Ben and Colleen have the top one hanging at their house, but the others have been lost to time.
These were a good way to experiment with color and composition on predetermined spaces and in the end I was happy with them. Looking back they appear a little too somber for my current taste, but I guess sometimes you've just got to get those feels out.
Happy belated Star Wars Day!
I just wanted to share these fun images of Star Wars costumes in Sims4. I worked on this Boba Fett costume. It was a fun challenge to blend something so iconically Star Wars into the Sims4 world. Also, watching Boba cooking pancakes for Maul is a real treat.
In 2014 I took a Rigging 101 class at Rigging Dojo - http://www.riggingdojo.com. I gained some good experience and understanding on how to properly set up a biped character. The mentor of the class, Brad Clark, worked closely with the small class and I wanted to share the project I worked on here. I modeled the character sometime in 2010 or 11 and had to make some adjustments for this class.
Sketches from a logo project.
The sketch drawings were done with Alchemy and the higher res example is with Zbrush and Photoshop.
Haven't posted in a while. Here are some quick sketches of models from Croquis Cafe.
Check it out.
Here is a trailer of what I'm working on at Maxis. These characters look great and it is really exciting to take a step back from moving pixels around and see that this is something people are really going to enjoy.