It’s been quite a while since I used my blog, over 2 years in fact, not because I haven’t been doing anything, quite the opposite actually, for the past couple of years I’ve been working on and off with a local childrens charity “Twin Vision” helping out with a big project they had. Over the 2 years I made many assets for them for 3 animations based on key medical figures from Liverpools history. Early on we got a 3d printer to try and improve the quality of the work we were doing. It has been invaluable. I’ve now had chance to go through some photos from the project and thought I would share some details on the making of the most complicated piece that was required- a World War 1 ambulance…..
Some years ago I made a statue based on the Lollipop Chainsaw video game, at the time I had never tried digital sculpture (or rather I had but turned it straight off because it was far too confusing), so today I thought I’d see if I could improve on the original base that I made and how quick the process was, I have to say I much prefer the digital approach for hard surface modelling and can’t wait to try some 3d printing.
Here’s an update on the digital sculpture of Cartoon Network’s Uncle Grandpa that I’ve been working on, learning as I go, decided to take it a step further and add a couple more characters and the text.
Welcome to my new website where you can see all of my work plus updates on what I’m currently doing, there’s also going to be a shop sometime in the future where I’ll have prints available and maybe some kits etc.