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Another one of those posts.

Thought I should Re-rendered the character guy. Experimenting with Zbrush's rendering and I am loving it.

Hi-poly model asset made in Maya and rendered in Zbrush for a project. Its use was to be a tiling texture that was to be baked onto a plane and used as a coffered ceiling or really anything that the scene would allow.  These sculpted assets are for an environment I worked on called The Cafe based off of Lynn Chen concept piece. Check out her artsation, it's filled with goodies. I explored her concept because I liked her style but wanted to do a little bit more exploring and style mashing.

Will be posting more images as the clock ticks. Thanks for looking.


So I am creating a environment for GDC...which happens to be next week( Woot!). Since I only have one environment, space Egypt, I decided to have another one so I could have at least 2 pieces to show. So I got inspired by a concept painting by Mark Molnar. It has been fun so far instead of having to make characters I am getting to make a world. 
    School wise, we are making a side-scroller( aka a platformer I.e Mario or Sonic) in game design. We are in the testing phase for our mechanics. So as soon as GDC passes I will post some of the other things that I've been working on. As for now here is the wip. Got a little carried away in maya...but who cares I am having fun

New one

So this is an idea I just tired of making my character for 3d class (yes at 4 in the morning) I decided to paint something and well....this is what I got. I did this in Photoshop since I am no where near acrylic and a piece of paper. Has nothing to do with my fine arts class, it's just my mind wondering. However I will take this and expand upon it making it an acrylic painting. I guess this is just a study for a much bigger piece. A "thumbnail." Will post the sketch I did in my sketchbook which this ties in too the more that I think about it. Will post the evolution of these pieces and the potential for a New Series within the style of my semi-new series! Enjoy Folks.

Works in Progress

So I got a couple of new pieces for my process uploads. All these are about 5"x17. The square one is 9x12". Keeping the Saturated color schemes with the colorly expressive feel going on. I really enjoy this series and hope to take them further. Will continue to post the process of these. Hope you guys enjoy!

I learned something new today




Its everything.
      And something I need to start showing. What I learned today from Moby Francke and Cesar Rodriguez, is that the evolution of ones work is key to understanding how the said individual navigates through the evolution of oneself to reach the said goal of a finished piece. So from now on I hope to show through my stills, pictures, thumbnails, paintings, and 3d assignments is the evolution of myself reaching that end goal of a "finished" piece. To show how I got there from here.
   The process is everything.

Couple of new things

These are all explorations from my Fine Arts painting class. I wanted to do something of a darker color palette something new but with my own style. So here is what I got. Going to be posting some more art work soon. Just a little bit of everything.

Just Some ol' Stuff

Paintings from Last Semester. The Diptych and the Woman are from last semesters Fine Arts painting class. The expressive woman is unfinished but I am posting as a work in progress.

 This Diptych is on 18x24 Canvas. Acrylic.

 Acrylic on Canvas. Around 40"x60".
These other two are from this semester as expressive works no where near the realm of finished just showing as another work in progress.

I hope to get these two paintings done soon. The bottom one is about 8" long and 4" wide and the top is about 4" high and 4" wide. Both are on unstretched canvas with Oil and acrylic.