Monday, May 7, 2007

Solitary






Finally get to draw a little before modeling. I have always loved working with markers then moving into photoshop, its quick & easy, and you can get a lot done in a day. We changed the lighting direction in a Maya pass to accomadate a open ceiling, for blistering sun light. Next post I will dive into some color for this location.

15 comments:

Simon Scales said...

Hey Phil. Great stuff man...love the sketches - they look really nice. Its cool to see that youve got to use bits and pieces from each sketch to make the model with. Keep em coming man!!!

SIM-R said...

Niiiiicccee!

Really cool to see the evolution process and get a sneak peek at how you work . Cheers Phil .

Great stuff as usual . Really like the shapes a lot .

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Top notch illustrations and superb modelling work,fabulous work Phil !!!

cdeboda said...

Tell me modelling isnt as difficult as i'm making it out to be. I'll always prefer drawing but seeing your models makes me want to try doing more of that too. Keep inspiring, you seem to be good at that.

Cartoon Creators said...

Wow, those are awesome. I like how you show the process. Wicked.
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Brent Gordon said...

Awesome Phil!

Mark McDonnell said...

BEAUTIFUL my friend. Please excuse the delay . . .these are AWESOME man, love em. Nice stuff Phil,

MAC

Ezra said...

Hallo,

I met you a few weeks ago at the studio (I was the kid interested In maya). Well I have my blog now and hope you don't mind me linking to you.

Your stuff is pretty awesome, Just the fluid shapes that you don't usually see in MAYA works.

Nice stuff.

Frasier Olivier said...

amazing work.
Bravo!
O.F.

arzu said...

simply fantastic!

Philip Dimitriadis said...

Wow...thanks everybody for stopping by and for your great comments. I really appreciate it. I have been so busy lately, but still am producing new work. Long nights with my daughter who is teething, my son who is sleep walking, incredible fast work deadlines, and lack of sleep. Thank the lord for starbucks!!!! Cant wait to post some new stuff in a couple months. Just got my cintiq in this week.
thank you all again
-phil

joonasjoonas said...

I love the sketches!

Dr. T said...

Hey brother. This is Eric, we used to work together in Yorba Linda. I was looking you up and happy to see your great work! I framed the kid on the roof that you gave me and I always get comments from patients in my office about it. I'm happy to see you're doing well. Say hi to your brother for me.

Philip Dimitriadis said...

Dr T,
So good to hear from you!!! Glad to hear you have your pratice up and running. I hope all is well for you. It has been a long time!!! Please drop me a email on my blog here...would love to catch up. Glad to hear you keep that piece I drew of the kid on the roof. I might have a couple more for you...
So are you administering any more physcology tests on visual aptitude and spatial comprehension. Anyone bet my record for the puzzle!!!
Take care my friend,
Phil

Mark McDonnell said...

Phil D in the place to be,

Hey man. I just finished up working on the 3-2-1 show and Tod Carter gives you a shout out. Says to make sure he says hello and to wish you well. Also, just wanted to know what you think of Mike Young and if there are any opportunities there? My personal email is: Cre8tivemark@aol.com just in case you have time to drop me a line.

I hope you're well my friend,

MAC