3d, 3d animation, 3d character, 3d characters, 3d modeling, Uncategorized

Dragon Warrior 3d Model (Humanoid Dragon)

dragonborn mage poseA Literal Dragon Warrior. I made this character in Blender. Back in the day when I had hopes and dreams of becoming a 3d modeler for a game developer. Those dreams have be all but been crushed at the moment.

3d, 3d character, animals, anthropomorphic, furry, Uncategorized

Animal People Low Poly 3d Models

shawn-the-shark-low-poly-model-ctnx

A bunch of low poly 3d models I made for practice. I was inspired by the Animal Crossing games but wanted to make original characters in my own style. The shark is my fav of the bunch.

3d, 3d modeling, animation, art, penguins, Uncategorized

A Penguin’s Short Slide (Short Animation)

A cocky penguin dares himself to slide off a mountain with a steep cliff edge only to hesitate when it’s too late. My first short animation in Blender.  What I thought would only take me a couple days, took almost 2 weeks.

If you enjoyed the animation, please share with friends.

3d, 3d characters, animation, art, artwork, character, monsters

The Process of Creating a 3D Model (Final Animation Project)

It’s done. It’s finished.  My final animation project in class.
A very short film on the process of creating a 3D creature. This is not a tutorial. While I wanted to get into more complex topics such as UV mapping and Weight Painting, I was limited to 2 minutes so I could only fit in the basic process. This was my first animated 3d creature I had designed in Cinema4D. It was a fun project. I learned allot from doing this.

The skills I learned in AE and C4D made the class worth it.

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Daily Painting No.65 – Dragon Guy Painting + 3d Model

realistic anthro dragon wearing a sweater goldern dragon anthropomorphic
For this painting I used my 3d humanoid dragon sculpture (spent about 5 hours on), rendered a shot with a interesting lighting setup and painted over it for a couple hours, adding color and details. It was a very different way to create a painting, but I could see how this technique could be useful to incorporate a object into a painting, a complicated object such as a car. However, like I said I’ve spent 5 hours on just sculpting the 3d model, so I question the time saving. However I am somewhat new to digital sculpting so it might just be my inexperience. Created in Sculptris and Photoshop.

anthro dragon man 3d model