Saturday, January 7, 2017

Monolith Artifact 1 3D Sketch

Another Oculus Medium experiment, our intrepid explorers come across a giant alien artifact, a monolith stuck in the earth like it had been dropped from the sky.

This software has possibilities beyond creatures and characters, it could also be used for previs and sets. The artist can sculpt a previs scene, then invites the director into the vr space. The director looks at the scene, makes comments, the artist can sculpt ideas and make changes in realtime, and the director can move around the virtual set taking snapshots of potential camera angles. Basically, a more flushed out version of what James Cameron was doing on Avatar. The potential for a more collaborative realtime environment is immense.

See turntable here:
See in Medium here:

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Inc Oasis Wall 1

 "We cautiously made our way closer to the city built in the shadow of the Citadel. What at first appeared insignificant now seemed impenetrable. Tall walls circled the place, and guard towers served as a reminder that you were watched at all times."

I decided that another painting of the Oasis wall was in order, this time with a more dramatic camera angle to show off the perspective and to illustrate the rough sands blown by the winds. All painted in photoshop with the exception of Inc the robot, which was originally a render that I swiped from another painting then painted over to change the pose and lighting.

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Oculus Medium Sculpt 2

Took an old creature drawing from 10 years ago and went to town in Medium.

See turntable here:
See in Medium here:

Monday, January 2, 2017

Oculus Medium Sculpt 1

Sculpted in Oculus Medium in VR, then exported to 3dsmax and rendered in vray.

The Skagin is a small creature that lives on the moon of a distant planet circling a distant star, during the day they burrow into the soft soil to stay hidden, at night they venture out to scavenge from the carcasses left behind by the day predators.

See turntable here:
See in Medium here: