Sunday, August 3, 2014

Moving Blog

I am in the process of moving my work and updates to my website. For future posts and keeping up to date on my work follow the link below.

{Website is currently down}

Starting a ArtStation Profile

Friday, June 20, 2014

Character Study

Here is my latest character study sculpt. Started off as a quick sculpt that I took a bit farther with exploring fibermesh for hair, eyebrows, and eye lashes.
Comments and Critiques welcome.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

The Devil Contest

So I spent about 3 work days on this guy for a freelance contest. I did not win unfortunately but thought I would share my work here as well. The gentleman who held the contest says he will be holding more in the future (granted this contest the winnings was small, but I did enjoy the subject and having good concept to work from). The last image (colored one) is what I was working from.

Concept that was provided.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

ArenaNet Character Art Test

I just finished up this project. It was a great challenge and a good start to updating my portfolio. I've submitted it for ArenaNet's Character Art Internship. I learn a lot and look forward to my next project to see the improvement I've made.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Javelin Turntable

Here is my latest anatomy study. All done within Zbrush. My main focus was the anatomy, with side work on props such at the javelin, shoulder strap, and his undergarment. I will state that I did spend what I feel was too much time on this piece, but I did learn quite a bit through the process. I hope to transition all that I did learn into my future work.
Javelin turntable from NelsonAnimation on Vimeo.

Friday, February 7, 2014

Posed Anatomy Study

Here is a snapshot of my current project I've been working on with anatomy study.

Thursday, January 9, 2014

Anatomy Study

As always dissecting the human anatomy to better understand the complicated human form. Here is the first render of a male torso study, I will be following this post up with more parts with more studies.