HOLY COW! And pigs!! That sure is a lot of work for illustrations but I'm sure worth it in the end. You are a fine sculptor and a a fine painter. Awesome all around. Thanks for showing these!
Dear Wren, Thank you for sharing so precious hand-made maquettes that impress me so much. I remember James Gurney who illustrates what we cannot see in realism. But...your so sensitive and delicate watercolor work is my favorite and admiring!!Kind regards, Sadami
whoa - impressive man! They are works of art themselves. Can't wait to see what you do with them
Wow, this is way more than just concept sidenotes - what an undertaking! The consistency and realism of your imagined designs really comes through in your paintings. Thanks so much for sharing these gems.
Oh my god ! These are insane! SO good.It's amazing to see the development you put it. You are really good with the sculpy too!
I'm glad you all enjoyed the pigs. I love it when people post images of their studios - it would be fun to see what your studios look like.
My goodness! You are an amazing sculptor as well! What a jack of all trades!! ;)PD: I love these pigs!! ^^
WOW those are awesome .. the pigs and ship looks great .. works of art by themselves
Ohmygod. This is awsome! How does this work. Do you make a 3d model in studio 3D max and than? Did you print it with a 3d printer? Or did you sculpt them with clay? Anyway, they look amazing, the pigs are really cool.
Christina and Lee, it is nice to take a break from the 2d world and play with clay - jack of trades I am. MJ - I actually just completely sculpt the maquettes with clay - no computer modeling - I know I am sort of a throwback that way. I would like to play with a 3d printer at some point.