Monday, December 12, 2011

The contents of my Sketchbook...really really fast (or at least half a minute)

So, I have a sketch book I carry around everywhere.  In the last couple of years, I had been attempting to draw something every day.  In one way, it was a way for me improve my drawing.  Secondly, it was a way for me to see if there was a certain pattern to my drawing habits...and more particularly, to see if I drew better on certain days, within certain situations, environments, and events.  At the moment, I'm still observing data and figuring out a logical conclusion. Meanwhile, here are the contents of two of my 30 seconds each!

This one's for all my friends who asked me to publish my stuff online... Scanning them all would take quite a bit of time, so I created a video!

My 2011 Sketchbook: Jan 8th till May 16th

My 2011 Sketchbook: May 16th till September 26.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

A self sculpt in Zbrush

So, I wanted to see if I could self-sculpt.  In other words, create a Zbrush version of myself. 
Temporarily using this as my Facebook profile pic. Hopefully it won't scare off all the ladies.  But then again, they're already my friends.  Heh heh.

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Red the moment, black and white Sonja

So, I wanted to create some more characters in Photoshop.  I chose Red Sonja.  

I have yet to put in any colors yet, as I wanted to get the values correct first.  So, at the moment, this is Black and White Sonja.

Recently I've been reading about Genghis Khan on my Nook Color.  The whole warrior mentality is pretty fascinating to me.  It is said that given their nomadic nature (due to the cold climate, they were keepers of livestock and not farmers), the Mongol warriors were better at conquering than actually ruling, which was one of the reasons why much of the actual political duties were given to politicians and educated people they conquered.  To rule a land, one has to stay in one place, generally.

Monday, November 7, 2011

"Mr. Anderson!"

So I decided to sculpt Agent Smith in Zbrush. Admittedly, very few people in the world actually look like Hugo Weaving.

Agent Smith is as iconic as it gets when it comes to this genre.

"You hear that Mr. Anderson?... That is the sound of inevitability..."

It's not the dialogue,  tt's all in the delivery.  Or, perhaps as Jack Burton would say, "It's all in the reflexes."


Sunday, November 6, 2011

So, I decided to start a blog here.

I have like three blogs.  An old one on Xanga, which I haven't updated in a while, another one I used for my personal website, and this one.  Given that is much easier to manage, I'll probably just use this one for my updates... and this will probably replace my personal one. Since I also have a account, I probably should make use of that too.  Generally, it's perhaps best for me to use these kinds of sites as I won't have to use HTML as much.  Quickie updates are good.  Here's an image I did a while ago.  Mr.T motivates me.

Comikaze 2011 at LA Convention Center.

Most recently, just this past weekend, I checked out Comikaze, a comic convention in LA.  Much cheaper than San Diego Comic Con.  $12 per day.  Sweet deal.  I got in for free because I happened to have an industry pass.  I write for on the side, which helped me get in, provided I wrote something about the event beforehand.  Here's my article.

Zbrush class at Gnomon School of Special Effects.

So, I'm taking a class at Gnomon School of Special Effects in LA.  This was a creature I made for the previous class I took.  Currently, I'm taking a Character Zbrush class.  I'll start posting my work from the class as time permits.

Publishing my Ecomic on the Nook!

Another thing I recently got into is looking at the potential of Ebook publishing.  So, I published my first epub book for the Nook.  Ecomic, in fact.  It's called Out of Order.  Check it out! It's only a dolla!