I had a good Emerald City Comic Con 2016. A lot of people came by the Monsterpedia booth and enjoyed the monster sculpts I made for the comic. I just posted the 3d Clay turnaround for the main character from the story, the (Hunchback) Defense Attorney from Notre Dame. Soon I’ll be posting all the other monsters from the comic plus the sculpts I made during the Con, the Invisible Man and a rotten zombie.
Yes, it is now 2016. Three years, three posts… amazing.
The next Emerald City Comicon is upon us and I will be doing my live sculpting again this year. I hope to see you there!
Except I won’t see you there, because you won’t be there, because no one is going to read this before the Con.
So I hope I saw you there!
…though I guess someone could travel back in time to read the post and then go to the Con. I’m sure it will be worth the 1.21 gigawatts of power it takes to get there.
Do people still have blogs in 2015? Or is it all Facebook public pages, Tumblr profiles, #asht@g Instagram accounts, YouTube channels, etcetera, ect, …
Until I figure that all out and re-brand myself, I’ll continue (or arguably start) posting art and technical artist stuff here.
I had a great time a few weeks ago at the Emerald City Comicon 2015. It was a pleasure to hang out with some old friends and meet lots of random attendees who were really interested in me doing live sculpting. Soon I’ll post my 3D Clay turnarounds for characters I made for this year’s Monsterpedia as well as a sculpt I started at the con.
After that I want to plan my next 3D Voxel, evaluate using Monster Clay and/or Cx5 for future sculpts, and maybe even drop some Maya Python tips I’ve picked up in the last few months at Sucker Punch.
For now, let’s send this post into the ether to be picked up by the infinite comment Troll-bots.
Another blog reboot. Welcome to 2014.
I’ve added new 3D Clay content from the sculpts I’ve done for a story in the upcoming Monsterpedia 3. Plus I added one from rather hilarious sculpt I did of Logan (aka Wolverine) waaaay back in 7th grade!
I also added some 3d Art from some gallery shows I was involved in: 3d Sinistar and Muppetwerk.