Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Figure dump

These are my favorite digital sketches of the past few weeks. The middle one was done on an Asus EP121, a legit windows tablet, the rest on my powerbook w/ a wacom.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

More figure work

First off, the creepy stuff.
And now for some eye bleach!

this week (below) and two weeks ago (Above). Had to deal with color more this week.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Some figure work

Three images of the same model in three different media from this week. Apparently the model was into those Conan the Barbarian kind of poses. Brought her own axes and sw0rds.

Thursday, July 21, 2011

Asylum Graphics Demo


engine: Unity
modeling: 3DS Max & Maya
texture: Photoshop

Here's another project from the same class where I made the Laser Eater. I worked with two other guys on this. Robert Ortega did the character, Matthew Carranza did the environment / some props. I was responsible for most of the props in this video. That means the cinder blocks, medical curtains, med tables, gurneys, saw, utility lights and medical tools.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Summer Posters!

Hi! So here's all the stuff I've done so far for the youth ministry summer events for All Saints.

Monday, July 18, 2011

3DS Max Laser Eater

Anteaters take a lot of crap. It's bound to have an effect on them. Some might decide to take their anger out on the world by joining forces with a demented maniac bent on total and complete domination. I wish they'd just take up knitting or something instead.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Older upcycled materials machines

The kite reminded me of these. Taken from my old portfolio. Can't believe the kindle case still works!


I think this sums me up pretty well. I made this kite in two hours out of nothing but found materials -- straws from some janky bag on top of the fridge, string from some ball of yarn somewhere, scrap paper that came from idk where... I guess I bought the string. But the tail was crumpled paper, so that should count for something. Flew it at Seal Beach, CA.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Stuff done in Maya

I borrowed the robot from Greg Broadmore, but it's cool, education purposes.

Hikerbot Source: link

And the requisite Bouncing Ball

FIgure drawing stuff from this year

I think all these use charcoal. Great stuff for getting a lot done really quickly.

Still Life Studies from this spring

Best thing I learned this year was that charcoal is awesome.