This is a few years old concept art for the Epic Mickey 2 game. In fact, all the Epic Mickey 2 art you'll see from me is ancient. Anyway this is a drawing I did over a 3d block out provided by the game designers. The block out told me the structure of the level and I just had to decorate it and 'make things look pretty'.
20 November 2013
26 September 2013
1 April 2013
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18 February 2013
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13 February 2013
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11 February 2013
Here is the last of the Vitalize mechs. This one was designed to be the communications mech but in the end the decision was made to merge this one with the light mech (Unit 3). Unfortunately I didn't save myself a copy of the model for this one so all you have is this turnaround of the final in-game model, started by men and finished of by Steve Walker.
8 February 2013
More dragon art from last night and this lunchtime. I am trying to sculpt the form in a similar way Norman Rockwell does. It has been huge fun to play with the light and form, knocking values back and forth to pop something else forward. The perspective proved to be a fun challenge also. A lot f us are used to seeing things in one certain angle so when it came to drastically shifting the camera I almost didn't know how to draw! Reflecting on this, I can see some knowledge coming through that I picked up from life drawing classes. Moral of the story is not to underestimate your basic exercises :)
As the title suggests these are really old artwork I found in the attic of my hard drive. To be honest I am a little embarrassed by them at this point but I thought it would be interesting for some to see. Also, showing embarrassing work is a good way to motivate myself to upload more new work to cleanse this page!
3 February 2013
Stephen Silver talks about working for free/ low pay as an artist. Something to be mindful of especially if you are a recent graduate or still a student. There are people out there trying to take advantage of the inexperienced artists, don't devalue your art.