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dude your stuff is awesome. so versatile.
Awesome stuff man! Loving those colors.
Awesome sketchbook, enviros are so good, looking forward to more.
Okkkayy so its been a loong time since ive updated this. Ive been working since May on and off for paramount/dreamworks on a film, done a cover for a rpg book for the first time, storyboarding and concept arting all over the place. Going to take a while before i post 2d stuff, so ill just paste some 3d stuff from a fantastic program called Sculptris and later the occasional photograph. Got this great 5d mk2 with a 800 mm megalens that im dragging around with me. nuff braggin, heres a picture!
NickyBeats: Thanks! I really enjoy sculpting. Im getting WED clay soon, its going to be awesome.
Photographs coming up.
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Hey man, some really cool stuff here. Nice variety too. Those cartoony environments you posted on the last page are really cool.
That's pretty awesome you're working on something for Paramount/Dreamworks, congrats on that. Some great photos too man, nice sketchbook.
powerful images man, your landscapes are ace!
To hell with circumstances; I create opportunities.
Yor: Thanks! Lots of variety coming up.
Shadow Stalker: Thanks! I love drawing faces more than anything. On a 4 day traintrip i drew pretty much every person on the train.
Untouched24: Thanks man! I ran around yelling a bit like a sugar-overdosed child when i got that gig.
insane lemur: Thanks! I got the idea to do things related to drawing after reading one of Ken Wilbers books. It goes something like this:
When football athletes take a pause from football and start doing tennis or a ballsport related to football, their skills in football has improved when they get back to doing football again.
The idea really hit home for me, and i like making stuff anyway.
More scupltris and photography. Since last time, I got an imdb.com credit as a concept illustrator! and ive worked for Volta as well. streetcred STREETCREEEEED.
conte: thanks! Ill see if i find that illustration.
NeloWolf: Thank you, appreciate the luv of the colors!
Sean McClain: Thanks!
DeKal: Thanks! I try to be as versatile as possible.
witcrack: Thanks! About the waterclay: The transparent goo in the picture is silicone to make a mold of the frogface.
GriNGo: Thanks! Yeah its somewhat magical. Some silicone thingy. But there IS a magical clay in one of the pictures. Its a prototype/research clay.
surus: Thanks, hehe. Its going to be more of that stuff for sure.
Meon:Takk! Bra aa hoere.
humza: Thanks! Sculpting is very relaxing.
himart: Thanks! I use zbrush, but not for these. i use a small streamlined application called sculptris.
more sculptris. im overposting sculptris for some reason.
Metal Fingers: Thanks! But no zbrush, just sculptris these days.
2 photographs of fancy stuff in my studio and a wip sculpt of an elf.
Pay attention to the thing behind the t-rex (The T-rex is a david krentz bronze). I took a sheet of aluminium, sanded it with different sanders and sprayed it to prevent oxidization of the aluminium to keep the surface nice and shiny. With a spotlight, you get a very strong 3d effect. Guess where i got the inspiration.
Also just finished painting this plexi cast wallpiece of dinobones that had a very irregular shape unsuitable to hang on the wall, so i had to cut a hole in a plywood sheet and use plaster and old paint to get the right texture for the surface. Ehhh yeah wonky explanation. But hey, it looks cool.
awesome sd stuff man! - i just tried my first attempt at zbrush the other day.. not very easy. especially with a mouse. i have ALOT more respect for those of you who have a real grasp on those 3d programs! good stuff man!
NickyBeats: Thanks! Try sculptris instead of zbrush. Sculptris is so simple to use.
Soooooo since last time i saw a ... that ... made based on my design on a filmset in Germany. Yeah im paranoid mentioning it so ill brag all about it after the film is out next year. what else what else, oh yeah i drew some conceptart for that Troll Hunter film some of u might have heard about. Was for some of the props tho, so not for the trolls. sadface. Heres a picture of the tail i designed for that Troll Hunter film and a wip of a knight. Trolltail built by Steinar Kaarstein.
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Such amazing work, so inspirational. Love the Sculptris models! Thanks for sharing.
i never thoguht u can do this much on Sculptris !! i mean i use it for fun but not final work.. dude great stuff... if this what u can do on Sculptris .. what would u do on mudbox of zbrush 4 !?!!
i love to do everything and learn everything... i hate to be cornered in one place.. i believe u can be anything u want... Your mind is limitless... check out my sketchbook ... u will find a bit of everything
Rain Walker: Thanks!
Loathsome: Thanks! There is no such line in the topology of the mesh, so its probably a line to let you know where you mirror the sculpt.
AlstonInk: Thanks! I find sculpting sooo relaxing. Correcting mistakes in it is a lot less timeconsuming than in other apps.
NickyBeats: Thanks! Steinar made a bear for the film as well. Looked real enough to fool my brother. He is one of the guys behind "Dead Snow".
Heres a frogman i sculpted earlier with an airbrush-test on it.