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guitar study - Trying a hard surface model this time. And playing around with rendering techniques. Render with out of 3DSMax with mental ray, no post.
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male study 01 - Sculpting different male figures.
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male study 02 - These are very similiar, but slightly different. Can you spot the differences? Next step-pose.
render test - just playing with renders and materials, just to give a feel for things to come.
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old pistol profile - I felt like creating something less organic.
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old pistol - Just something new and different from characters
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Ogre in 3dsMax - This was my Junior 3D Project. He started in 3dsMax, sculpted in Zbrush, then went back into 3dsMax. He looks mean and intimidating, but he's kind of nice on good days.
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Happy cowboy - A character sculpted in ZBrush. Base mesh was built in Max. I wanted a character with big ears and a long head. Under the hat is all head. I later took a render into Photoshop and painted over it to give him some life and give the image an old vintage look.
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Little car - Personal project built in 3dsMax. Inspiration came from Steve Erkle's car (from Family Matters) which is a BMW Isetta. Render was in Max using mental ray.
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Time to harvest - This was my senior team project which I created with two other classmates. It's an action packed thrill ride, packed with lots of comedy. It's a little over 4 minutes.
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Fruit Monster - This is the Fruit monster from the short "Time to Harvest". We wanted him to be cute and cuddly, but at the same time be intimidating and have that presence much like an elephant would. He's just a little guy at heart, but stands around 20 feet tall. He was model in 3dsMax and sculpted in ZBrush. I also did most of the texturing in Zbrush.
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Pyre - This was a modeling test for ArenaNet. It's the Pyre character from Guild Wars.
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Ogre Enivornment - This was a short I worked on where a ton of crows intimidated this big ogre. The environment never made it into the short, but it's here for your enjoyment.
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Row House - This model was for a senior project that ended up being scaped. It was a noir comedy about a love affair between a hotdog and a steamy ketchup bottle. The only problem is that hotdog is married...to Mustard.
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