Initial speculative piece for ASDA 3DME product.¬† The idea was for kids to be posed with the turtles.¬† This particular version of Leonardo is based on the 2014 movie, but ultimately Nickelodeon decided on the 2012 TV series version.
There was something about Tim Burton’s Batman that was just so aesthetically spot on…
Gotham City, with all its weird Germanic architecture and constantly miserable, dark weather.¬† The Batmobile is one of the best looking vehicles ever made. And possibly the most iconic elements of the film, were of course the antagonist and protagonist… Jack Nicholson’s Joker and Micheal Keaton’s Batman.
Micheal Keaton looking damn awesome
Reference Photos, Sculpt Progress and Zbrush Render
This piece is still a work in progress. The cowl needs cleaning up, the face needs more detail and obviously everything needs retopping and a UV layout. Furthermore I plan to have the him done in his entirety, including full body, as soon as possible.
Out of all the illustrations and descriptions of the typical ‘grey’ alien archetype, this particular image has fascinated me for years.¬† There’s something about the head shape and features that looks so creepy.¬† Its¬†familiar and humanoid in some ways, yet very strange and alien in others.
Sculpt & Polypaint
One of the coolest bad guys ever! Lord Zedd from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers…
Not much to go off other than low quality vidcaps.
As it’s my birthday I’ve taken a break from work and instead did some 3D for fun in the form of a Magog from Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda…
Pretty pleased with him for the most part, I think the fur could be better.¬† The eyes are modified versions of the ones I’m working on for my dissertation, don’t look too bad either.
40K Space Marine Stronghold
For this project we were asked to create a UDK environment made up of a small number of modular elements.
In Game Screenshots
This project was to create a Unreal Tournament 3 character to be playable in-game.¬† I chose to model the character Tyr Anasazi from Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda.
Tyr Anasazi Reference
Low Poly Render
The result of my first attempts at sculpting in Mudbox.¬† As a Maya user I found it very intuitive, the controls are practically identical.¬† Similarly, the hair was done with Joe Alter‘s “Shave & Haircut” as a play around.¬† Certainly far better than any of Alias’s own hair/fur solutions. Quite easy to get to grips with and a fairly good system for controlling the hair follicles, if still a bit unwieldy at times.