This is a cg trailer that me and some friends made on our spare time for a Swedish pen and paper rpg called Mutant – år noll. I made the main character and cloth simulation. I’m really happy and proud to have been a part of this project. Thanks Calle Granström, Jonas Ekman, Jonas Skoog, Henrik Eklund, Love Gunnarsson and others for a great collaboration!
A while back I made a video tutorial for 3d world magazine regarding creation of long hair with fibermesh within ZBrush4R6. You can find that tutorial in the latest issue of 3D world, along with my image This is my happy face on the cover of the magazine.
Here is a couple of places that you can buy 3D world as a digital download if you are interested
3d world september 2013 cover
Every year Ballistic Publishing releases an art book called Exposé with a collection of the latest years cg art. A while back I was asked by them to contribute to Exposé 11 with a couple of my images. In the end they chose to include my angry faun and the robot I did for the beta testing of ZBrush4R5. If you happen to get your hands on a copy you can find me on page 115 and 207.
I thought it would be fun to leave the monsters for a while and do a stylized portrait instead.
Earlier this year I was approached by Ryan Kingslien who runs zbrushworkshops.com, a tutorial site that has specialized in tutoring the fabulous sculpting software ZBrush. For a while I’ve been spending my free time, creating a series of video tutorials where go through all the steps of creating a sci-fi character in ZBrush with focus on the new ZBrush feature “Panel loops”. I believe the total amount of produced video was about 16 hours in the end.
Among the talented artists that has contributed at Zbrush workshops are Kris Costa, who sculpted the Hulk for the movie Avengers, Paul Gaboury from Pixologic, Ubisoft game artist Joseph Drust and many more. I feel really privileged to be part of this team of great artists!
sci-fi character for Zbrush workshops
Ahhhh…. Dark city. That movie is an old gem predating The Matrix. I thought I’d paint a scene from that masterpiece.
I felt that I also had to do a closeup of Tobias Fünke.
Tobias Fünke closeup
Tobias Fünke closeup, side