Bugatti Veyron - This is an illustration I made of a Bugatti-Veyron, as an entry project for a class on car design I want to take this year. I found a Photoshop tutorial by alfoart.com, and also took notice from pictures of the car. I tried to follow the tutorial fully, but while it was educative, I found it to be incomplete. So I ended up doing allot of things my way, and this is my result. Total time was around 5 hours of work.
Braun-4776-M (packaged) - A photoshoped blister package for my rendering of Braun's calculator.
Braun-4776-M - A tribute photoshop rendering of Braun's classic calculator.
Milk - I was inspired by a photoshop tutorial I found, and decided to create my very own version of a text filling in with milk.
Guns don't kill pople - Typography, made with photoshop.
Cut & Paste - I was inspired after seeing a tutorial on how to create a folded paper look in Photoshop. So I did my on take on that, and as I was working, the idea for this work came to me. Done with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. All made from scratch, no pictures here.
Old world map - I was inspired to create my very own antique looking map of the old world. I initially used Adobe Photoshop's "Render clouds" filter to generate a random pattern, that eventually became sea and land. All the decorative details and text comes from images found via Google images.
Lego U-Boat - This is a rendering of an actual Lego submarine that i have built, probably ten years ago, with a program called ML-CAD. I decided to redo the rendering (again for my portfolio), and put it into an action scene. I think it came out pretty sweet...
Across the arid dunes - I was inspired to create a photo montage of a surreal scene. I only used real photographs I found on Google images, and applied some adjustments to them. Made with Photoshop.
Japanese Baby Guardian 1911 - A conceptual Japanese style robot that serves as a guardian for your child (takes it out on walks and stuff, like sort of a robo-nanny). At first i wanted it to resemble a Kabuki theater female actor, but i finally went with a twist, and made the robot look like a big strong and kinda intimidating fella.
The project took me about 18 hours to finish, and by the end of it I've gotten lazy with details, as with the hands and feet.
Mutant Driller - This is another project i made for my Photoshop class. We had to construct a machine from real existing parts, and make a kind of mixed mutation of those parts. I chose to crate a giant lunar drilling machine, and you can see the parts I've used to build it. All of the photos were found using Google search (the background image is really from the US lunar mission ). Caterpillar's Machines were my main inspiration. This took me about 30 hours to finish. And 191181 is my day of birth
Bookshelf printer - Conceptual printer
Iron - The stone age - I took a class called "The history of design". For our final project, we had to draw 5 images of an everyday object inspired by a specific design movement or period in time.
This is the first of the drawings: It was an iron inspired by the stone age. It's basically a flat stone with a wooden stick for an handle. I imagined it being put over hot coals and then being used to flatten animal skins.
Iron - Renaissance - I took a class called "The history of design". For our final project, we had to draw 5 images of an everyday object inspired by a specific design movement or period in time.
I chose to draw an iron in the following design styles: Art Nouveau; Streamline; Stone age; German design in the 60s; Renaissance.
The second drawing was inspired by the drawings of Leonardo Da Vinci. In the Da Vincian spirit, I made it to be an "ironing machine" sketch.
Iron - Art Nouveau - I took a class called "The history of design". For our final project, we had to draw 5 images of an everyday object inspired by a specific design movement or period in time.
The third drawing was set in the Art Nouveau movement style. I took the time to think about details such as the electricity in that period, hence for the DC cord. The handle it self is made out of glass.
Iron - Streamline - I took a class called "The history of design". For our final project, we had to draw 5 images of an everyday object inspired by a specific design movement or period in time.
The next drawing was inspired by the Streamline style of 1950's America. I looked for inspiration both in irons and other objects (cars, trailers, trains, planes, household items etc.) Since General Electric were producing irons at the time, I've put a GE logo to enhance the authenticity of the image.
Iron - German Design - For our "History of design"project, we had to draw 5 images of an everyday object inspired by a specific design movement or period in time.
The final drawing is an iron inspired by the German 1960's functional design, lead at the time by Braun's designer - Deiter Rams.
A lot of fillets, very strict coloring (color by function), materials etc. I looked at a lot of his great designs, and tried to incorporate a broad array of elements from them.
Science museum and Planetarium - This my collage grad project - a design of a Science museum and Planetarium.
Science museum and Planetarium - This my collage grad project - a design of a Science museum and Planetarium. This is a direct front view of the northern facade.
Attack of the giant robots - This is actually a pen drawing I made a long time ago during a very boring meeting. Since i'm making my design portfolio, I needed materials for it. So I decided to scan it and color it with PhotoShop. I think it came out cute...
Girl holding an Orb - This is my first real attempt at creating a full image using everything i know about PhotoShop. It started as a pencil drawing I maid back in 2000 with the same composition. Now, as I needed materials for my design portfolio, I decided to make it into a full color image. I thinks i did pretty good...
Greek Statue coloring - This is a coloring of a Greek statue i found on Google images. It was a project for my Photoshop class about "applying makeup" to photographs. I wanted to be different, so instead of a picture of real people, I went with a statue. My inspiration was an Italian Renaissance painter called Carlo Crivelli. This is mainly layers & masks manipulation. Only the eye is hand drawn, and some of the hair. It took me about 6-7 hours of work to finish the project.