Werner Herzog explains the plot of his new movie Good Will Hunting 2: Port of Call Los Angeles
Blue Paint finished!
Life got in the way and she was left alone for a while but now is all done and I am pretty happy with how she turned out :)
30k polys, 2k maps, head, torso and clothing. I would like to come back to her and do some action poses, maybe a walk cycle/idle if I feel frisky, but for now, onto new things!
Wires and higher rez here!
Originally based on this by Matt Rhodes.
Fun little work done to improve some ZBrush workflow and tool knowledge. Made myself do everything in ZB to learn some of the tools I usually ignore by jumping into max to fix/rotate/cleanup/retop. Was a good learning experience, frustrating at times though!. There are a few little issues and I wanted to add a lot more detail and wrinkles, especially to his chest and hands but after Transpose posing (Never again!), the file became bloated and crash/corrupt happy so I did what I could and left it as is!
Original concept Axman by the great Karl Kapinkski
Normally I would be annoyed that I missed the deadline but getting sick and having to move house conspired against me in finishing this to completion and on time. I still wanted to finish her all the way up to texturing and hopefully can finish her in the next month or 2 (as well as give her some hair :P)
Hmm, Tumblr is shrinking the images, click here for higher rezzzzzzzzz
The more I see Zorin Vasili’s work, the more I like it.
Hari & Deepti (India/USA)
Hari & Deepti are an artist couple currently based out of Denver, Colorado. Hari (whose full name is Harikrishnan Panicker) is a trained graphic designer and illustrator, born and raised in Mumbai, India where he was a senior designer and an established illustrator. Deepti Nair is a certified geek, an Interaction Designer and also a trained artist.
Hari & Deepti moved to Denver from India and carried with them a Pandora box full of stories and imagination that they bring to life through their intricate paper cut light boxes and paper clay sculptures. They have always been drawn towards the imaginative aspect of story telling and seek inspiration from them. Stories have so many shades and depth in them, and paper as a medium has the exact qualities to reflect and interpret them. They believe that “Paper is brutal in its simplicity as a medium. It demands the attention of the artist while it provides the softness they need to mold it in to something beautiful. It is playful, light, colorless and colorful. It is minimal and intricate. It reflects light, creates depth and illusions in a way that it takes the artist through a journey with limitless possibilities.”
They started experimenting with paper cut shadow boxes in 2010 with hand painted watercolor paper which was then cut and assembled in a wooden box to create a diorama, with years of practice their art became more intricate and minimal at the same time. They started experimenting with lights and simplified their pieces by losing the colored aspect of the paper. They have since then evolved to add their own style of paper cut art incorporating back-lit light boxes using flexible LED strip lights. “What amazes us about the paper cut light boxes is the dichotomy of the piece in its lit and unlit state, the contrast is so stark that it has this mystical effect on the viewers.” (src. Black Book Gallery)
Finished high poly for this monthly challenge on Polycount. 5 days of gastric flu and a week without a computer from moving house really threw out any decent schedule I had planned for her so I finished up the HP and have done most of the LP, just need to make hair, UV, bake and probably texture her at some later date.
Has been fun refining my workflow and getting (much) faster at putting together high end assets, good times!
BLAST from the Past concept art by calumalexanderwatt
Want make aaaall of these in three deee
One of our big jobs went live today, hell of a ride working on this and got to work with as well as meet some incredible talent. One of our best yet, very happy with how it all came together!