3d modeling, animals, blender, character, penguins

Penguin Pete ( 3d Model)

penguin-rigg-test penguin

Penguin Pete is a finished 3d model that is completely rigged and ready to be animated. I am going to do a simple 3D animation of him sliding down a mountain on his belly. There will be a funny scene but I don’t want to spoil it.

I made the model with Blender.

art, artwork, daily painting, digital art, photoshop, study

Daily Painting No.33 – Still Life 3

jar space capsule

Another still life, another lack of dollars. I found this hexagon shaped jar at a thrift store. Standing upright it looks like just a normal jar. but when I set it on it’s side, it reminds me of a space pod. This painting needs a little refinement but since I am ready to pass out on the floor due to tiredness, I though it would be wise to call it a night. If your a artist, please give me a critique.

animals, anthro, anthro art, anthro dragon, anthropomorphic, avatar, catoon, color, Concpet Art, creatures, digital art, digital artwork, digital painting, dragon, dragon art, dragons, original character, value painting

Dean the Dragon (Head Portrait + Avatar)

orange dragon head smiling traditional easy to read
orange dragon head smiling traditional easy to read

Update: Modified the avatar to appear more ‘dragony’ and less anthropomorphic.  Didn’t feel like double posting.

Yesterday, I decided to create a new avatar image. The character I often use as a avatar is Dean the Dragon, a original character of mine. Originally it was just going to be a simple cartoonly color drawing. But when I finished it, I felt that I returned to my old ways and bad habits of using symbols instead of using form and value. So i converted it to a value painting. A color value painting. Granted it could be popped out more and I missed a highlight on the ear, but it came out rather well for the amount of time I spent on him and since it wont be bigger then 128 pixels on most sites, it should work well.

Created in Photoshop
Copyright 2013 Maugryph
Time Spent: 2 hours