There’s something really beautiful about a raw scene in Maya’s viewport. No compositing or post effects- just raw polygons, simple shaders, and all the other weird Maya shit. I love it. Maybe I’ll post more imagery like this.
(BTW, I’ve been working on a big project and haven’t posted much lately, but a large amount of work is about to come down hard on this little blog. Stay tuned!)
Another commission by Lar-Zen Design & Photography, this time a bust of his OC “Ao”. It features the logo design from last time as a pin on her sweater and a game theme with the oldskool glory that is NES ^^
New trailer for “Le Petit Prince” french (CG + stop motion) animated feature film directed by Mark Osborne (Kung Fu Panda). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dEHr3ivwCc Beautiful stop-motion parts are produced by TouTenKartoon studio with Jamie Caliri, Alex Juhasz, Anthony Scott …
I’m really embarrassed to even post this because everything is wrong with it //sob
I actually drew this over a month ago but never really got around to finishing it until today. This picture is an absolute disaster, but I’m still happy it’s finally finished.
So I was experimenting in Photoshop and discovered how to make colors more vibrant. Lea and Isa look disturbingly neon, but I still think it’s a step in the right direction– all my artworks are so dull, and I was never able to really notice. (My mom always tells me I need to make my art more vibrant.)