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dimanche 16 octobre 2016

L'escrimeur.

A fancy fantasy fencer outfit.


Ink

I'm doing the Inktober exercise this year - an ink drawing per day, during one month.
Here are the first two weeks:




jeudi 15 septembre 2016

Work in progress

An alien face, slowly emerging out of the nothingness.



mercredi 7 septembre 2016

The Spectral Realm

Finally got some painting work done!
Have a blue fnatasy lady with a shiny magic sword. And wings. A lot of wings.


mardi 23 août 2016

Ancient king

A new decorative bust sculpt:




And more realistic-ish face sculpting practice!


More shots of the face: 

lundi 6 juin 2016

Arrows and Thorns

 A random face sculpt from imagination, and a lot of ancient greek/roman/christian inspiration, with a touch of baroque. I tend to do those minimalistic white-on-white renders because it reminds me of an exposition of Rodin's statues I visited. A small white room filled with the gorgeous transluscency of bodies and faces made of white marble. I can't compare to Rodin of course, but it's a kind of feeling I'd like to convey in my work.



Space kitty

Tried something cute and stylized, half-way between cartoon and manga:


dimanche 28 février 2016

Owners and Wonders

At the beginning of 2016 I've decided to take a lineup of 8 original characters of mine and sculpt their busts, aiming for a rather stylized, almost cartoon feel. Here's the result:

-Oblivion-




-Onyx-



-Opium-




-Oracle-






-Orchid-



-Orion-




-Orphan-



-Osiris-






lundi 4 janvier 2016

Bye-bye 2015!

2015 was one fine year, I've tried to spend my time equally on 2D and 3D art, here's what the result looks like:



Let's all have fun in 2016!

vendredi 4 décembre 2015

dimanche 15 novembre 2015

Orchid

Working on color and illustration right now: some pinks and violets to start with.



mercredi 4 novembre 2015

Zombie time


I was only working on a generic head sculpt, and suddenly it turned into a zombie.


Quick polypaint:


You can see more skin detail in Zbrush although the lighting is aweful: