Self Portrait as a Llama Centaur Releasing a...
Anatomy Practice, Self-Criticism, Frustration and...
I’ve decided to learn by practicing things that I think are difficult, which may or may not be a good idea. Sculpting Anatomy, layer by layer. This has definitely made me aware of the differences that exist between drawing and sculpting and especially made me appreciate the process sculptors must use in order to achieve realistic results. Drawing allows me to focus on a single composition. I...
Too Many Muscles, Man
Discovering The Hudson River School Influence in...
Above: A scene created during the Livestream Improv from 2/16/12. I’ve had a lot of awakenings recently and one of the coolest happened while checking out Land, Sea and Sky in the Nineteenth Century at the Nasher Museum of Art. Not only have I been painting a lot of landscapes lately, but I never realized that I would approach it with such an angry perspective towards the infiltration of...
Creature: Fighting Snail
Painted (Above) and Without Paint (Below) The Pair
I am continuing to practice! I had a bad crash tonight and lost a lot of painting work, but I am happy I rendered this before I lost everything. What do you think? Update: I decided to render a version of the head without the paint so you can see another angle.
Learning New Stuff: ZBrush Day Two - Livestream...
This guy emerged from the improv session tonight. I am in love with ZBrush and learning something new every time I use it. This is the second thing I have ever made with it.
Learning New Stuff: ZBrush Day ONE!!!
I am excited. I have always wanted to learn 3d modeling,but I could never get used to working in a 3d environment. I love working on sculpture, though. So, I have decided to start learning ZBrush! It’s more of a sculpture program than anything else. I love the reductive quality of working. It’s so gratifying! I read a manual and watched some videos online, then decided to spend some...