Pretty apt for the current state of the planet , this was done way before the virus hit the rest of the world. maybe a premonition ?
just trying to update the site. its been an very busy time and with me writing this in April it still is a busy time. hope everyone is staying well during these crazy times. this will be an update dump of some of the images ive managed to do this year.
This year has flown by. so want to take time out to thank all of you that follow me on here and the rest of social media. its been an amazing year and I look forward to sharing with you some more crazy ships, creatures and stories over 2020. Have a great holidays everyone !
just a ship, going home 🙂
Lots of new software out there to mess with in 2019 my current fav is Artbreeder. which is an AI based creation tool. the creatures I quickly bashed together using elements I had created in Artbreeder. a superb bit of kit and has the potential to save hours of work and a real creative boost. its defiantly the future a trip down the rabbit hole with this….
Another personal fav.I had built the ships in 3ds max a while ago and could never figure out what to do. eventually went for the old” take off ” shot. but for me this just works. I don’t say this a lot about my work but I still, dare I say….like this
This was was fun to do. over the last year ive been stocking up on the fantastic #kitbash3d 3d models. they have been total life savers on a few client jobs and personal stuff too. I used some of the #Warzone kit for the damaged buildings, re textured them and rendered these out to match the background plate, the ship was shot on a separate pass and then everything brought into photoshop . good experiment! check out the kitbash3d site. these folks do some great assests!
One of my fav shots over 2019. all 2d this one in photoshop . nice dutch angle to the camera and just storytelling. I was getting akira vibes when I was creating this.
Action keyframe practice. set and ship are built in 3d and then painted up , vfx added and also characters added later. love doing fun stuff like this and getting a bit of story in it too
try to bring more characters into my work again. this was a fun shot to do, storytelling, and no hardware. mi needed this with the amount of tech im creating in work, so it was a nice break