Wednesday, December 29, 2010

a barrel

a barrel zbrush sculpt.

one of my sculpts turned in to a zombie

One of my sculpts turned in to a zombie. It’s always fun to do some horror; mainly because it so forgiving. How do you know what I got wrong? J

some more zbrush work

Thursday, December 23, 2010

and another

I have figured out how to poloy paint so I went back and painted some of my old models.

Monday, December 20, 2010

Here are some turnaround movies of the sword and shield.

As you can see I have not updated this blog very well and that is going to change.

1. Hooligans comics no longer exists, to be quite honest it never really did,  but I do not regret it. It was an amazing learning experience. And wish the other members the very best in the endeavors they seek to accomplish.

2. Vessel will have one final story and it will be in 3D. Release date undetermined.

3. I’m working on a video game with my best friend. It will be released on the Ipad and other undeterred platforms.

4. We are going to move to a bigger house.

5. I will build the graphic arts computer this year (2011).

6. I’m going to jumping in to the custom 3dmodel and 3d printed custom miniatures world this year as well.

7. I have a secret product I will unveil later this year for the Halloween industry.

8. and finally haunt buddies will make their limited arrival this year.

So here are some 3D practice models for your enjoyment

Thursday, December 16, 2010

more models

The reinvention of me

I have had some major changes happen in my life. Much examining has gone on. I look at my artistic path and have always found no direct direction and style. That is in part because of me always trying to make money “now” with my art. This desire is due to me trying to prove my self to my parents even when there was no need to. I made this goal up in my head. It traveled in to my marriage as well. Now I realize I need to concentrate on the art and the money will come possibly. I know the happiness will come naturally.

Now because of a new coworker I have been introduced to Zbrush! My art was always most successful (my definition of success is: bringing an emotional reaction from a viewer. Even if its just “oh that’s cool” I even welcome the “that is horrid!” reactions) when I sculpted. Mainly I sculpted things small. I enjoyed sculpting the most and was mostly better at that than other arts. I’m not giving up on all my dreams and projects; rather I’m morphing them in to something better and new. One example I love miniatures and sculpting them. Now I will be doing that all the time. My comic book Vessel is complete and very interesting. But if I did the shots in 3D I can now finish the comic series (with the next and final issue #2) and any amazing shots of vessel can be printed in 3D. The possibilities are endless in 3D and fast once the models are made. So I will be updating my progress here and answering any questions about my journey here as well. Here are some of the first things I have been playing with. Just to show progress.