Created based on concept art by Rock D: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/biological-weapon-concept
I wanted to practice hard-surface modeling, and also was excited by the range of textures in this concept.
A Zbrush piece I did to practice sculpting - total time ~1 day.
A retro, handpainted TV! Inspired by this real-life TV, but I stylized it and made it funkier.
I'm starting work on a new project -- here are some WIP shots! I'm going to add more props and build out the scene to create a cluttered, interesting 70s workbench.
This large interior environment was created based on concept art by Valdis Matas. In creating this piece, I wanted to focus on overall mood and ambience, while also remaining true to the proportions and style established in the original concept art.
At the bottom of the page, I've included texture maps and stats for a few selected props from the piece.
Tools used: Maya, xNormal, Substance Painter and Substance Designer, Photoshop, Unreal Engine 4.
Total: 98k tris
I started on this project to learn more about modern PBR workflows. Through my process, I sought out reference photos and videos to ensure as much accuracy as possible.
To push my texturing skills, I envisioned this asset as if its owner had been driving through the desert for years.
Tools used: Maya, xNormal, Substance Painter (for motorcycle) and Substance Designer (for base), Photoshop. Real-time render in Marmoset Toolbag 2.
Motorcycle - 16.5k tris, 2048x2048 texture
Desert "stand" - 2.8k tris, 512 tiling texture
In addition to 3D art, I'm also very comfortable with 2D painting and drawing. I love doing life drawings and also coming up with characters and environments from reference and imagination combined.