Friday, October 24, 2008
Friday, September 26, 2008
Just having fun on my time off. I have been dirt bike riding every weekend with my 250cc bike, and sketching. Always been fascinated with machines that go fast. Here are some doodles I put together from my sketchbook thinking of futuristic machines. The little ships below are done on a little yellow pad of post its. When xeroxed it turns white. Makes a great portable little sketchbook.
Friday, September 5, 2008
Well I am finally enjoying some time off, and going to spend the majority of it working on my blog and new work. I haven't had a real vacation (longer than a day off) for the past 4.5 years. It is finally really nice to just sit back and sketch, and draw at the local coffee house. Here is a collection of characters I was working on from my sketchbook. Thanks for stopping by.
Saturday, August 9, 2008
Finally back. I have been so busy over the past couple months: I had to go overseas to India to help oversee some production problems with our 3D pipeline, busy with family, and work.... I have barely had a spare minute to myself. ( I have some sketches I will share soon from my sketchbook from my India trip.) A friend of mine asked me to share some thumbnails & thinking that I go through before I jump into a set... so here they are.
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Here is another location I designed for the Arabia project. This is a round room with columns and one center of interest for the story. I had to design a alphabet that doesn't really exist- that way we wouldn't have to worry about offending anyone by accident. (Even had to get it approved by the legal department.) After I modeled the alphabet I was able to use it throughout this project for our version of hieroglyphic reliefs.
Friday, January 18, 2008
Thanks everyone for stopping by and for all the great comments!!! Happy New Year everyone. Here is a huge location I was working on from a rough thumbnail, to finished model with some rough blocking for the story department. I included some extra shots on this location to help display the overall size & different views available. When I was finished we seemed to like shooting from every angle we could find in 3D, but had to eventually pick only a couple. This really helped the story department when it came time to boarding. (Can't seem to get the video to upload properly.. will try again.)