Built by the first peoples generations before, the caretaker has watched over the people of this small Central American village for as long as anyone can remember. Visitors to this isolated mountain town are often unnerved by her presence, looming over the rooftops of the city, but for those who live here she is a constant reminder of their heritage.
From venerated laboratories of glorious Soviet worker’s paradise, we are presenting now newest in modern convenience. Never again are brave citizens to be having to stand in line for to buy essential needs.
Features of model is including:
- 5 mm armor exterior for to repel minor damage.
- state of art 6 1/2 bits computing control systems with Rotary User Interface (RUI).
- new streamline design, is weighing only 1800 kilograms.
- 10,000 year power supply Cobalt-60 gamma reactor core.
BoxDog is a character concept I've been working on as a set of chat stickers for the iOS messages platform.
Written by Jacqueline Resnick
Illustrations, cover image and cover type by Matther Cook
The Misfit Menagerie is the story of 4 misfit animals: Smalls the sunbear, Rigby the komondor dog, Tilda the angora rabbit, and Wombat (a wombat, naturally). The four friends are torn from their idyllic home at Mumford’s Farm to a life of misery and danger in Claude the Magnificent’s traveling circus. With the help of Bertie, Claude’s mistreated nephew, and the young acrobat Susan, the group must find a way to escape the circus and save themselves.
I had the pleasure of designing 30 internal pen and ink illustrations for the story, as well as the image and titles for the cover. Here are a few of my favorite illustrations:
Published by Razorbill, copyright © 2012
I designed this set of halloween themed images for a decor crafting kit. They're based on a vintage harvest look, and were designed to be spooky but still bright. The house draws on Gothic revival architecture, but I've mixed together several styles in the window shapes and ornamentation to give things a more general, timeless look.
I don't usually get to paint things to this degree for our decor kits, but this project was an exception so I tried to take advantgae of the opportunity and explore a lot of different textures and materials.
Many of these images are available as part of the EasyImage 2016 Halloween set. You can make a shirt of your very own with any of these images. Just search the EasyImage site for the keyword Halloween2016
A series of Halloween Hands I designed for the EasyImage website. I thought it would be fun to render each image in a different style.
You can make a shirt of your very own with any of these images. Just search the EasyImage site for the keyword Halloween2016
A collection of background environments I designed for seasonal splash pages on the Easy Image Iron-On Transfer web site.
This is an alien robot mech I designed for a short film project.
This is a set of hover droid concepts I designed for BranitFX for a short film they were working on. The droid would be the interactive component of the computer system on a space station. It could move around independently in the zero-g environment through ducted fans, and interact with the astronauts via speech and various UI elements it could project onto its surface.
The second set of images is a set of rough shape sketches I created using Alchemy as a way to generate some interesting organic shapes for the droid.
You can see a version of the droid they developed from these designs in this short holiday greeting BranitFX put together.
All images and video copyright © 2012, BranitFX.
The final address of the last President of the United States sets the stage for a post-apocalyptic, post-millennial hero's tale.
This is a set of hover tanks I designed for the amazing VFX team at BranitFX.
These were very early concepts. You can see the final designs in these 2 teasers on BranitFX's web site.
All images and video copyright © 2012, BranitFX
The Raven VR is an interactive virtual reality experience of Edgar Allen Poe's famous poem "The Raven", created in collaboration with my good friend and 3D artist Thomas Pasieka. The project is designed to leverage the Oculus Rift to put the player into the library of the poem's protagonist.
Below is a collection of some of the prop and environment designs I developed for the game.
Enclosed you will find stickers bearing the logos and images of the Bureau of Clandestine Bestowal - the secretive intelligence service tasked with discovering people's holiday wishes, and providing anonymous gifts. Use these resources to help you in your Secret Santa mission.
Good luck on your mission. Jingle all the way,
- The Kringle
This project started as a a theme for my office Secret-Santa gifts last year. I liked the idea and some of the assets I made so much that I decided to expand it and make a set of digital stickers for the iPhone.
You can learn more about the stickers on the iTunes App Store.
A stylized landscape study. The location is based on google streetview images of the Knocklofty Reserve, a beautiful park in Hobart, Tasmania. Here's what the original street view looked like:
We met in a little corner bistro on the banks of the Thames. More the setting for a romantic evening than a clandestine exchange, but what did I know. It was my first time at this cloak and dagger stuff, and so I figured I'd let her take the lead. In any case, far be it from me to turn down a nice dinner. Since it turned out to be my last, I have to say, I could have done worse.
This is a personal piece I created for my advanced concept art students as an example of how the design of ordinary props can help to support the narrative of a story. These elements describe the aftermath of some event. Even without the characters or the context you can begin get clues as to what might have happened.
Each new day brings its surprises and challenges, but it's not worth worrying about them until after you've had some breakfast.
This was a fun phrase poster I designed as a personal project. My favorite part is the expression on the fried egg.
If you'd like a copy of your very own, you can order a print of this one in the store.
A selection of summer themed images i designed for JoLee's EasyImage iron on transfer program. You can download your own copies of these images on the EasyImage web site. Just search for keyword "summer2015".
Copyright © 2015 EKSuccess
A summer themed piece I designed for the JoLee's EasyImage iron on transfer program. Ursa Major is one of the constellations that appears in the spring skies in North america. If you're familiar with the big dipper, the dipper forms Ursa Major's tail. I don't think the traditional image of Ursa Major has the bear riding a big wheel, but hey, carpe ursum.
This was part of the Spring 2016 image set. You can get a free download of this image on the EasyImage Customizer Web App. Just search for the keyword "Spring2016"
Copyright © 2016 EKSuccess