Sunday, October 30, 2011

Quicksilver: Male Character Portraits

Here are the guys for the Quicksilver game. Michelle did the initial sketch but I edited the proportions, redrew a lot of parts, inked, and colored them.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Quicksilver: Female Character Portraits

These are drawings I did for the USC game project Quicksilver. Last year I worked as an animator on the project, but this year I am working on it as an illustrator. Unfortunately, this semester has been much more stressful and I haven't had as much time to dedicate to the project. I wanted to do character portraits for the health bars, and decided to draw the whole bodies. The game has an anime design and I was working based on previous character designs by other artists.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Horse Ride Storyboards

These storyboards were based on a personal experience from childhood, but were expanded to reflect my childish excitement. I ran out of time at the end and I think I need to add a few more shots to tell a better conclusion.

Friday, October 21, 2011

Some Figure Drawing of Men

It seems like forever ago I attended a Anatomical Drawing Society figure drawing session. An art teacher I had in the past also allowed me to sit in. I hope to make better use of that next semester when things calm down. I miss figure drawing. I can feel and see myself regressing in skill.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Huntington Beach Derby

Some summer commission work for the Huntington Beach derby. The shirt and medal have been made!

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Some Sketches

Doodling in Story Art Class. I only really like the scarf girl since the others are bland poses.

First Maya Model: Tangled Boat

The assignment for our first Maya model was to build a boat, and I instantly thought of the gondola in Tangled. I am enjoying Maya so far and keep learning new things.

The bench looks crooked from the third view, but I looked at on the top view in Maya and it looks straight.