Had to take a break from all the digital art and work with my hands again. Spent the past two days applying apoxie sculpt and texturing it. Still got the top to do, then the bony bits.
Found a site by the photographer, Alexandre Deschaumes. He has some very inspiration landscape photos. Very ethereal and other-worldly.
Might be time to do some studies.... http://autumn-ethereal.smugmug.com//EtherealNature
After many months of waiting, my BF's studio has launched the Kickstarter for their game: TUG! Based on what I've seen, it looks to be an great game. I really can't wait to play it myself. I'm so proud of the people at Nerd Kingdom. They've put in some long hours and it shows.
Go check out the Kickstarter and show some love!
What my roommate, boyfriend and I did over the weekend.... Editing and camera work by Chelsea, Twin Victims made and worn by me, Henry played by Chris.
I've found myself curious about texturing of late.. (I blame it on watching the bf do it so much for his job), that I decided to find some tutorials on it. After watching said tutorials, I've discovered that unwrapping in a 3d program like Blender and unwrapping in Pepakura are remarkably similar. Thank goodness for my years of costuming! After watching a few more videos, I might try my hand at unwrapping in Blender. Here's a link to one of the videos: http://cgcookie.com/blender/2011/01/21/intro_uvmapping/
Finally found the time to post the rest of the photos by Kuragiman from Afest. A big thanks to him for doing the shoot for us. And a big thank you to Twinzik for being Harle and Serge.
This is still my favorite costume, though I really need to fix the neck before wearing again.
A bit of inspiration for your day: http://imgur.com/a/D9iDC -33 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places
The Russian Military Missile Factory has to be one of my favorites.