Hey guys, this school year has been something else..preparing for my senior thesis and all, but I'm real excited about this post because I think I'm finally heading in a direction concerning my work. I'm not sure if it's a good direction but at least it's a direction right?
This guy I did for self-promtion. It is the most technically involved piece I've done. I started out in pencil and brought it into digital. I'm happy to have learned the beauty that is switching from Painter to Photoshop in this one and am most likely going to use this method from now on.
This one was a commission for a book cover for author Perry Stone Jr. It's in the bindery now, so I'll update with an actual final cover with text and a pic of the book. Still, there's something that I'm not feeling with this one, so I hope you guys can point me in the right direction. I'm going to let it rest for a while, and tweak it when I'm refreshed.
I really enjoyed this one! The actual character is a 3d render from a character that I fully designed, modeled, rigged, blend-shaped, textured, and lit in Maya. He's actually a self portrait from an animation lip-sync I'm working on. I figured since I spent so long developing him that I might as well make a ill with him. The rest of the image is Photoshop. My first 100% digital image.
I hope you guys tear these apart! Anything helps. Also, I want to thank the community for constant inspiration. This site is amazing!