Hi everyone! It’s good to be back and doing the Arty Thing. I stumbled across some absolutely fantastic designs by aishaneko of the “Don’t hug me, I’m scared.” videos. I couldn’t resist and so I present a gift to you ms. Aisha! Enjoy! ☆*･゜ﾟ･*\(^O^)/*･゜ﾟ･*☆
This was a really fun project to work on. Cloth is really fun to work with in Maya. Now that they’ve made nCloth less of a colossal, finnicky poop, that is. The hair took absolutely forever to do. I tried sculpting in ZBrush but the Subtool palette just gave me a heaping spoonfull of “Screw you!”. So I just extruded along some Curves in Maya. Way less qwop-into-the-sun worthy.
In regards to the level appropriation of my Red Grass Sunset piece, I don’t really have any video editing software to turn fraps footage into a gif so that’s gonna have to wait for another day. In any case, stay warm/cool this winter/summer and Be Creative!
Had this idea a few weeks ago when I started playing Neko Atsume. The
loaf pose in the game is one of my favorites, so I decided to draw all
the original rare cats (meaning no Frosty) in the loaf pose. ^___^ I think Xerxes is my favorite, even though he was one of the harder ones to draw haha. My sis was the one who came up with the pun, I just drew the cats. u v u
Happy birthday to Barbara Kruger! Kruger began her career in the late 1970s as a graphic designer and quickly gained recognition in the art world for her signature style of photo-based images overlaid with blocks of text in black, white, and red. The visual strategies she borrowed from the mass media later returned to their sources on covers she created for magazines such as Newsweek, Esquire, and, here, Ms. magazine.
[Barbara Kruger. Rage + Women = Power, cover for Ms. magazine. January/February 1992]