While I can't pinpoint the initial inspiration (this composition just
sorta came to me one night while I was drifting off to sleep), the final
figure kind of looks like a tribal doll of some sort. Maybe a
mechanical voodoo doll who has trapped a mortal soul in an electronic
hell. The figure screams in agony at its imprisonment.
My contribution for Danny LuVisi's "Last Man Standing: Killbook of a Bounty Hunter" that is going to be reprinted this summer (and completely sold). Danny gave me the opportunity to join this great project and this will be included along some other great artists work. Save some money and do yourself a favour buying this.
Sequel to my original Cattle image, this one is a little more like what I
was originally intending for the image. I did my best to give it a
sense of perspective and depth, while still feeling very flat.
Original concept jet modeled in Cinema 4D and Carrara Pro rendered with Cinemas AR3 . The Whitcomb area rule, also called the transonic area rule, is a design technique used to reduce an aircraft's drag at transonic and supersonic speeds, particularly between Mach 0.75 and 1.2
The latest image i produced for a project i am working on. It pictures the view taken from a spy drone of an orbital invasion. The enemy spawned a small wormhole and through it hundred of thousands of swarming ships are pouring into the orbit and start leveling the planet in the background as well as its satellites.