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March 7th, 2013 #1
The Art of Michelle Tolo
I guess it is about time I make my own sketchbook here on ConceptArt, after lurking around for quite some time. My name is Michelle Tolo, and I’m a 21 year old Norwegian girl who is currently studying Computer Graphic Art at the Animation Workshop in Denmark. I mostly do digital painting with Photoshop, but I'm in the process of learning 3D as well.
I will post some of my more recent work here to begin with, most of it being school assignments. I will try to be good at keeping the thread updated with both sketches, WIP’s and finished work. If you have any feedback I would love to hear it, and critical criticism is something I really appreciate.
That being said, I hope you enjoy my work
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Some of my previous work
Some portfolio work I did last year:
The Wizard, March 2012
A Cowboy and his Horse, March 2012
And some illustrations from my first year at school, mostly focusing on values:
The Gargoyle Temple, October 2012
Weapon of Atlantis, January 2013
Dead Pirates in Venice, January 2013
Fairy Lair, January 2013
March 7th, 2013 #3
Oh very nice pieces of work ! Really nice rendering I like the last piece composition and lighting.
* My current blog
* Sketchbook page on CA.org coming soon...
Have a good and creative day !
March 7th, 2013 #4
Current school project
This is the current project I'm working on at school now, called the Biped Project. We had to design a character, find a proper pose for it, and then we had to make a traditional maquette of it. Next up, we're going to make a 3D model of the character. It will be modeled in a t-pose and rigged into its proper pose in Maya, and then we will probably use Mudbox for sculpting.
Here is the concept art I did of my character, an arrogant vampire by the name Maurice. The clay maquette was made over the last 4 days, and it is aproximately 28 centimeters tall:
And here are some turnaround sketches that I will use in the 3D process:
And here are the humble beginnings of the 3D model, which will hopefully turn into something good at the end:
March 15th, 2013 #5