The full Carnivale Lune Bleue set modeled, textured, lighted, and rendered in Maya, and eventually composited in Adobe After Effects. I'm still currently working on this project (and it's due in a few days to I better get on it!) while on exchange in Australia. This is a carnival I worked at for two summers a few years back and I really wanted to recreate the scene in 3D. Modeled, textured, lit, shaded and rendered in Maya, composited in After Effects.
Final project for my 3D Animation class at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, during my exchange in Australia. The task was to choose a scene from an animated film, model it, and render out a quick fly-through of the set. I chose to do Hotel Transylvannia (God knows why) and sat in the lab for eternity (~6 days) waiting for the render to finish. Modeled, textured, lit, shaded and rendered in Maya, composited in After Effects.
This was a project for one of my art classes in university (Waterloo). We had to replicate a painting by a famous artist that we admire. Chuck Close is my favorite artist, and so naturally I had to make a huge painting of him, following his technique and his dimesions. I was pretty lucky to get to see his exhibit at the MOMA in my last year of highschool, and ever since I've been a huge fan of his huge realistic portraits and other, more abstract work.
Testing out the new Wacom Intuos 5.
High school art project and category winner at the Young at Art competition in Ottawa.
Inspired by the beautiful Banff landscape I saw on my grade 9 band trip. This painting later went on to win Best of Category at the Young at Art competition in Ottawa
After seeing Chuck Close's exhibition at the MOMA, I was inspired by his abstract style. This painting is composed of 3000 circles.
Living room wall needed decorating, so this painting happened. Based off of a friend's photograph.
One of the 2D Animation projects I had to do while on exchange in Australia. I had recently come back from New Zealand and discovered that the Kiwi is their national animal, I decided to use the Kiwi for the animation. They are a very disproportionate, awkward, wingless bird and so it was perfect for a short, funny animation.
Another Young At Art submission. Trying to stray away from landscapes and plain portraits for a change to try and convery some sort of emotion. I think this was also my first time using an airbrush so I was pretty excited about it.
Just another character. Inspired by a swordswallower I worked with at a Carnival several years ago.