Still working on developing a rendering style for Fuel & Fire. VRay (Sketchup + VRay + Color Alpha Comp) VRay (Sketchup + VRay Comp)
I’ve been cranking away at these shots. This sequence is turning out pretty nice. I’m playing with some rendering options, but I still like the monochromatic feel with simple shadows and the line rendering that’s classic SketchUp. The image was … Continue reading
Worked on a scene tonight where I had to crash the tow truck. Tomorrow I’ll post something to help explain this tragic event.
Worked on the bull early this morning at 7am, cleaning up some things, and started the feet. But I’m not posting about that here. I had lunch with my buddy, John Bell, and I showed him some things to get … Continue reading
Okay, so today marks the start of a marathon. Why a marathon? Well, I just want to get my hands dirty and post someÂ new art. SoÂ for the rest ofÂ April, on a daily basis I’m going to post something for my … Continue reading
Here’s the latest update to that scene I made a while back (http://www.giantmonster.tv/giant/?p=95). I’ve added lots of things that I had on my list. More to come.
So last weekend I spent some time working towards creating an image that would represent the look for Fuel & Fire. Here’s what I came up with so far. It’s not finished, but I believe a good start. It’s not … Continue reading
During Christmas break I worked on finalizing some models that I had been tweaking for some time. Chan’s tow truck is now done! The Fuel & Fire book is well on its way.
I just finished some work on Jimmy Chan‘s tow truck. I thought Jimmy would want a lot of power for towing, so I hooked him up with two side by side over-sized Flatheads. The pipes criss cross underneath and out … Continue reading
A quick post before I head off to the Hot Rod Reunion in Bakersfield. Jimmy Chan’s truck: Lots of work needs to be happen to finish this truck up. Finish up the Flat-Head. Complete the front end, grill, light rig, … Continue reading