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Hey here is some sketches, designs, and models that I have been working on. Feel free to give me feedback, thanks a lot.
(NOTE: For some reason the image hosting codes arent working so im re-building the sketchbook, there will be a bunch of new stuff from the close of the semester so sit tight!)
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This is a model im working on for the CSUF cartoony character modeling challenge. Its a work in progress.
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Made you guys work for the good stuff hehe...
-This is a lighting preliminary for my contest entry in the CGtalk challenge. This was also my first perspective project from this semester. Its in one point and is supposed to be a futuristic design.
This stuff is from last year, CG stuff modeled and textured in Maya.
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This was more of an industrial design project. It is a waterslide that I worked out with a floor plan and an elevation, and then put it into perspective. This is the frame and ill post the detailed one below it, this is also still in progress.
Here is the final version of this floorplan to perspective water slide project.
Last edited by DavidArt20; December 13th, 2005 at 03:49 PM.
I updated the water slide project, check it out.
wow that animated character is amazing.
the top left sketch is very unclear. I can't tell what it is. I really like that seal and that turtle though.
nice works here!
I like the way you execute figure studies (Villpu´s method I think) - imho its the best approach of step by step anatomy learning / figure posing - not any too focused muscle studies without any reason (I saw them however too often on this forum)
Also liked the perspective sudies a lot!
you are on the right track - keep on working
Rythm! I finally discovered visual rythm. While working with my professor Brian Kennon he showed me a way to quickly convey rythm on paper while drawing from life. These are the drawings that came out of this new concept.
These got cut off because they are too large to fit in my scanner.
This drawing shows only rythm so you can see what i mean