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Messing around with creating planets. Photoshop.
The planet texture is by CaBo.
I finally feel like I can do justice (art wise) to my life long obsession with space exploration. Expect more space exploration.
Last edited by Lone Wolf; January 21st, 2013 at 05:37 PM.
With the announcement of J.J. Abrams directing EP. VII it got me inspired to so some SW themed designs.
These are about 3-4 hrs each.
Star Cruiser (Star Wars Style).
Last edited by Lone Wolf; February 6th, 2013 at 02:31 AM.
Woooooow... from page 1 to now... what an incredible journey so far-!
Totally digging that toad warrior and the experimenting you do -- very cool stuff!
Can't wait to see more!
I'll be here with the Daggers for the rest of my art journey.
Keep pushing people, let us be great together-!
Wood Style Early Concepts.
Here are some early designs I recently finished for a upcoming short film. These are but a few of the designs, and the finals are so different that I was allowed to show these.
At the moment I cannot reveal anything about the story, but stay tuned for more concepts and more details.
My wife is co-producing a documentary that will explore the social and economic benefits shopping locally has on a community. Next week they are hosting a fundraising party and these are a few of the prints I have donated to a draw they are holding for contributors
Some great work in here man. I like your style. Very bold. Keep em comin!
Sir I am really admired and inspired by your linework.
wow amazing, very great
Thank you xiw.
Here are the first roughs for a design I am currently working on. These are for a short film.
I will update with more as the design progresses. This work will give anyone interested a glimpse into how I work.
Step 1: Rough ideas.
Another stage of roughs after talking to the director. Still very rough, just playing around with ideas.
After the stage 2 roughs and discussions with the director I decided to jump into SketchUp and start putting the design together. The director has a idea of what he wants, but at the same time I am given artistic freedom to use my design skills to come up with the best design possible.
During the SketchUp process some things are changed from the sketches because the design process is always evolving. As you move forward, you find new things that will work better for what is needed.
Some jobs need you to stick very stringently to the sketches and some allow for freedoms. But the important thing is keep evolving the design, that's what designing is all about.
Joint & dexterity ideas.