Monday, October 8, 2012
some small spidey fan art because i am playing through "the amazing spider-man: the game" right now. i am not going to watch the movie, since i can't stand all the reboots, remakes and re-creatings happening these days. i also think that mr. garfield (seriously?) and mrs. emma stone (*urgh*) are really bad casting-choices, not to mention the "fugly" new suit. but hey: i love the game... thank you, beenox. you are doing a good job. ;)
Sunday, October 7, 2012
back to 3D: the fortune lady (her) was actually finished long ago, but i forgot to post some images of it. she's already in-game, i'll show more when the time is right. the pain-owl was finished one week ago - finally! i am kinda proud with the result because every feather detail is sculped by hand... without using any phototextures, alphabrushes or other cheap tricks. i started this beauty long ago but haven't touched it for months... guess that and the fact that i knew there are some more feathers, the claws, the texture and the retopo to do prevented me from getting back to it earlier (here and here are some rough wip's from 2011 - the concept i did back in early 2011 can be found over here). it has it's normal- and displacement map ready and i just can't wait to see that sweetie hang in-game. ;)
hope you like it.
here are some jobs i did in the last months, some are directly "final consumer related", others had been done for advertising agencies. the first two pieces (the hand panels and the mock-up image) show some of the illustrations i did for an animation clip, then there are some caricatures, a logo creation for a total conversion and another illustration done for a new store opening.
hope you like them (i'll update the posting if the mentioned animation-clip goes live).
some concepts i did long ago, plumb forgotten to post these too. guess what the little innocent girl is called... right, "bunny". don't let yourself be fooled by her orderly appearance. see that anger? trustful, isn't she? then there's that old creepy puppet watching over the all-seeing, all-knowing, all-telling eye inside that glowing sphere...
also very reliable, no?
hope you like it. :)