Monday, 8 April 2013
It has definitely been some time since I've last updated the blog.
Spare time is now a thing in the past, there is never enough hours in a day. So I managed to sneak in a few hours for some Alias modelling over the last week, after leaving the skyline project on hold for the past two months I figured an update on the project was well overdue!
The overall form is taking shape, feature lines and highlights were of high priority - next step is to complete the front and rear of the body, then hone in on the windows and detail surrounds.
Updates will now be back to the regular weekly pattern!
Monday, 18 February 2013
Over the past couple of weeks I've been working on the website for those that are interested in the services and work that I do. Feel free to have a browse and get in touch.
Work towards the Project HT2000GT-R will resume shortly, so stay tuned for the updates!
Friday, 1 February 2013
Inspiration for this form was sourced from a painting recently viewed when dining at a restaurant; from a glance, the expression and stance of the painted form gave me a basis to illustrate into a concept vehicle.
Sketch render done in the usual fashion, pen sketch then painted in Photoshop using the Wacom tablet.
Friday, 25 January 2013
Teaser, ht2000gt-r shoes.
Sunday, 13 January 2013
Inspired by the custom bike scene, I thought it wouldn't be a half bad idea to do a sketch of a bike, rather than typically doing Automobiles. The Erbacher custom bike stood out the most, when searching through hundreds of bikes, the tough appearance and stance displays a lot of character.
The exercise was focused on illustration, rather than a quick sketch render. This was all done in Photoshop, sketched in on the wacom tablet and then rendered.
Friday, 4 January 2013
Kick starting a new year with some more Photoshop rendering. This concept is set as a scene based in the 70's; A group of inventors collaborated together in the exploration of vehicle styling, there objectives are based on generating future-based concepts with a retro feel. These concepts were never revealed to the public.
The rendering process began by sketching in Photoshop, then tone & colour applied in a painter-style approach, sourced image was used for the flooring. Done using a Wacom Tablet.
Saturday, 15 December 2012
The rendering was all done on a Wacom tablet, sketched in Photoshop and then toned/coloured in a painter-style approach.