Sunday, October 12, 2014

Golden peak

As I mentioned in the previous post, here is an outcome of my first 'date' with World Machine -> Vue. It takes a while to set everything up but the results are quite nice. Post in Photoshop.

Saturday, October 11, 2014

'Alien construct'

On my previous hardware, Vue always crashed but since I switched to Mac, it's rock solid. So, I decided to refresh some of them long forgotten skills. Here's one quick experiment. Base layout and shapes in Maya, some ZBrush sculpting for the frozen lava/rocks and the rest in Vue. I'll be looking into World Machine next, so look out for some sexy (hopefully) mountains.

Saturday, October 4, 2014

'Downtown'

Three large scale paintings created for a night-club here, in Shanghai. Large scale (20-30k pixels wide) futuristic version of Shanghai. Multi-leveled highways and enormous towers, filled with living areas, shopping malls, parking spaces and entertainment centers. The air is filled with floating pagodas and vehicles heavily influenced by traditional Eastern style. The print outs were enhanced with LED and black lights to make the environments feel more 'alive'. For the project, I also created a couple of concepts for the bar area. If in Shanghai, you can visit the club here




Wednesday, September 24, 2014

'Quintessence Outburst'

Concept created for the latest art pack from Goverdose, a collective of Polish artists. Check out their website for some serious visual treat.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Design Sketching Series - Ep.1 - Our traditional and digital tools

The first introductory clip is online and, hopefully, is watchable :) In it, I go over some traditional and digital tools I'll be using throughout Digital Sketching Series. Get your pencils ready!

Thursday, September 18, 2014

'Killing Floor'

'Killing Floor', personal work. Inspired by short story 'Johnny Mnemonic' by W. Gibson. Molly taking on yakuza goon. Good luck, pal. PS + Copic pens.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

'Creation'

Personal piece. Mixture of Photoshop and Copic Multiliners. Prepared for the upcoming series of YouTube tutorials.