thank you all so much for your advice and encouragement, my friends
here is some of the more than half finished things from my sketchbook
Last edited by Velocity Kendall; April 26th, 2012 at 08:24 AM.
Also, your girlfriend has a remarkably cute butt.
the honda vehicle is fantastic!
Coinsdently, I was just looking at damien hirst's new website, and his spot paintings and thinking about how much I don't like the fact that he never made any of them. Then I popped over into your thread, and here they are again!
Attack of the origami monsters from space! And the model wearing the jeans... What a figure! Nice work, Velocity Kendall.
damn,... I love the "origami monsters" lol they are flipping epic
Waah, too awesome! Lovin those hi-tech mercenary wolves and all your scifi stuff!
Great work, really clean models. Good skills.
The running machines reminds me Roger Dean's cover for Shadow of the Beast, very good.
Nice photos: which part of SE Asia?
Alexandre, thank you sir! the pink thing is a dead version of the red thing, maybe...
Sickbrush, thank you for your inspiring words
with mr corlan
I am really proud of my TAD Industrial Design crew, they all did really well. Id like to post some of the things they did if I get permission.
Google their names, then look out for them doing Avatar 4 in a few years.
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Velocity! Been a while man. As a fellow industrial designer, I gotta say I'll always like this thread. Keep up the originality mate!
this is the best cgi i've ever seen.
do you use maya? how do you get the models to look so real and that filter you had to make it look like a photo. greatness! you're a master at your skills!
all joking aside. you inspire me with your crazy cool world of color, chaos and creatures from the unknown!
aaand we're back!
thanks my friends!
No it was coincidence, we both stole the idea from Syd Mead at the same time.
here is some artwork I did for the game Driftamania Championships 2. I did all the cars and accessory kits and such. The idea was to make them like real world cars, only not. Like in GTA. Loads of fun. Big thanks to Pat and the crew at Ratrod, a most righteous and excellent bunch!
Seriously man ....I cant emphasize that enough : your mind = special ...that imagination of yours is really out of the ordinary ...like really way ahead of most other people on this site, maybe even on this planet, your concepts always are something I wouldnt have expected or that I havent seen anywhere before ....
haha wow thanks a bunch Partiman! For the record I steal all my ideas from sci fi novels!! As to other people on this site, I must protest, and I present the Weapons of Mass Creation link in my signature as evidence of their extreme awesomeness. But thanks a lot nevertheless homes! I think a 2012 version is due actually...
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So much to choose from.
Love the interiors, both domestic and futuristic.
Special ones I like:
The greenish exhibition stand with the waiting girl and the businessmen in the chairs - kinda modern Hopper.
Those shiny private jet interiors.
The perfect suburban houses - deliciously unsettling - a kind of English take on Raimonds Staprans (Check him out if you've not seen his stuff - he's also a playwrite)
Two words to describe the art of Mr Velocity Kendall - Healthy Salacious!
From Gegarin's point of view
Heh, your shark boat appears to be taking on water. I would have such a difficult time with scenes like these; I respect those who can take them on and finish with such realism.
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