Merry Christmas! Put this together in Magmastudio.io with Ian ho, Tore Wesolowski, Victor Yang, and Marc Ross Michaud when we met up online to catch up. We got invaluable feedback from Jon Dufresne and Chris Yao along the way.
So last year I wanted to make better use of this blog and post more often, even if was rough stuff but that didn't happen.
I'll be joining FZD as a instructor this Thursday, August 1. Won't be taking any freelance work for a while, but in the long run I should be able to post work or maybe other stuff from time to time.
For the people reading this post is there anything you'd like to see me post or talk about?
As you can tell from my gallery I like showing rough sketches from my design process since I feel it's valuable, as part of the design process, to other artists and students. But when it comes to sketches that I do in my free time for fun or practice, I always do them without the intention of ever showing them. By taking that pressure off myself I can enjoy sketching regularly and trying out stuff without worrying about the need for stuff to look good. If something comes out good I can always decide to post it later.
Final week of the course. I'll probably find some time to polish the best shots before adding them to my artstation gallery/portfolio. If anyone's interested in a mentorship with Jan he'll be running another one for this course coming 7 January.
Decided to participate in the CGTrader Digital Art Competition using my recent stuff.
I went radio silent and haven't posted any art for a while so I thought I'd start making use of this blog to post studies, sketches, WIP and other incomplete stuff from time to time.
I started the CGMA course Variable Concept Art Techniques with Ken Fairclough a few week back. Here's some design sketches from my project, some done over a 3D base. By the time these get posted on my Artstation gallery I'd probably have done some updates to the designs.