And another for this classic:
A quick poster I came up with from the song Transference:
See more of this project over at my Behance site:
Work in progress of an upcoming project.
Throughout the 2 years of college my use of Adobe Illustrator to create artwork was limited, only really when directly required to use it. Now that I have some more time I’m beginning to make better use of it.
See more from this project at my Behance site:
UKPIA launches process safety initiative: Assuring Safety - Leadership in Process Safety
More on ‘Sector Level Process Safety’.
Aku Aku from Crash Bandicoot
A follow up on that Teensie illustration I did earlier today.
Following on from my previous post about beginning to use Adobe Illustrator, here’s a very professional illustration that you could mistake it was made in a 3d modelling program…but I just guess it’s a great use of the gradient tool to get lighting/shadows right.
Fissile cereal box shots.
'Fissile' is a cereal based around a mysterious new element discovered on a moon of Jupiter.
The premise is around the cereal being like an atom undergoing nuclear fission. As someone bites into the cluster, they split it open, akin to an atom being split in the reactor to provide massive amounts energy. This is where the tag-line ‘PERPETUAL POWER’ fits in, selling the idea that breakfast is important and provides you with the necessary energy for the day in a new and fun way.
See more over at: Fissile - Cereal Branding and Advertising
Game creation stats:
950 images/textures - includes all working files, references etc. totalling 4.21GB
532 engine-ready textures, totalling 591MB.
380 individual models made in 3ds max, totalling 39MB.
46.5MB of animation data, totalling ~5 minutes worth.
Total diskspace including engine and working files - 9.16GB
Trainstation level stats:
Instances of Rob/Squared’s work: 144
114 unique materials
Trainstation width: 360m
Trainstation length: 420m
Trainstation height: 85m
Total number of AI: 51
Simulated website concept
I’ve started going through these
Codeacadmey is really good, lots of little practical projects to test what you know
Making the final adjustments to the level…ready to test tommorow!
I just hope Crytek’s DRM will allow it to run at college, and that the framerate won’t be too bad.
Our (ICARUS FALLS team) little mini-exhibition at the summer show is looking quite nice - There’s a lot to read, watch, listen and hopefully play :)