Sunday, August 22, 2010

Skull Guy Sketch

So here is a random sketch as I was taking out my frustration from not getting my motorcycle helmet, although I did get some pretty sick Puma motorcycle boots/shoes, and gloves. I have been looking through so many motorcycle helmets and it inspired something, I have more sketches but I'd like to add some colour to them to give them more flavour and umph.

I would like to practice some more drawing of females but I just seem too obsessed with motorcycle gear at the moment, I am sure it will pass once I get my motorcycle and start riding.

Sunday, August 15, 2010

Sketch On Wacom Intuos4

So its been a while since I've posted due to work and tiredness, but I have been drawing on my sketch book and wanted to refine it on the computer. I've been very removed from pencil and paper so I have just purchased a medium size Wacom Intuos4 and has really motivated me to draw on my tablet, so look forward to seeing more of my tablet sketches.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Cafe Sketching Continues

School is over but doesn't stop me from drawing. Playing around more with style =)

Demo Reel 2010

Still working on improving the character and creating another one. Better if you click the link to YouTube.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Tesla Model S

Here is my WIP car model of the Tesle Model S, a car that will be coming out in 2012. This is the first car I have ever modeled and I have learned lots about modeling mechanically and that I should have better reference. It was difficult because I was working from non-orthographic photos but I have done what I could and will definitely be modeling another car after I have done my demo reel to keep practicing on accuracy and speed.

Just some stuff about the render, this was actually rendered in ZBrush, which I am learning for my character, and just for general purposes later on; more and more companies seem to be using ZBrush. I have actually done the inside of the headlights as well but it was just covered because I didn't make the glass clear. Thanks to Vanier for helping me with the render which I used for Seneca's Yearly Art Book.

Tuesday, February 2, 2010