The flash game for Top Gear has finally been unleashed onto the interwebbamajig. Did all the graphics, but I found filter forge 2 invaluable for making the texture sets for the landscape. Very nice program there ! You can play the game yourself at Top Gear Continental Rally May update; there was also another version […]
You can now buy all five alphabets in photoshop (psd) format for the special price of just £5.99 Each alphabet is normally £1.99 each so that’s a discount of £3.96 !! A bargain, I think you’ll agree. You get; Rubber Alphabet, Frankenstein Alphabet, Meat Alphabet, Slasher Alphabet & Bollocks Alphabet. You will receive each alphabet […]
Playing around with cloth and the mental ray materials in 3D Studio Max. Kind of a vinyl/rubber alphabet. Perhaps I should rename it the S&M Alphabet. Anyway, here’s the image; click for full size. If you’d like to download this alphabet, without the watermarks in a layered PSD file then you can ! [wp_eStore_buy_now_fancy id=6] […]
The xmas card I designed for Fun Bits Interactive (FBi) saw the light of day today on Kotaku. http://kotaku.com/5714372/santa-the-tsa-and-a-happy-holidays-from-fun-bits I did have initial concerns about showing Santa having a body cavity search, but I think it’s quite tastefully done. 😉
Based upon another illustration I did a ways back, I thought it would be nice to animate this in 3DS Max. It took a day to build, texture and animate but another full day to render it. I just wish I had the processing power to add caustics to the scene, but ho hum. httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQ8TWZScGAU […]
I’ve always held a fascination for Battersea Power Station. Such a grand Art Deco building, but also reminiscent of a dead cow lying on it’s back. 🙂 Would be nice to pluck it up and place it somewhere where it can be enjoyed more. So, I suggest we tie a lot of balloons to it […]
This was designed for the Kill Screen Magazine, issue #2. The arcade cabinet is printed on transparent paper, allowing the reader to see through to the inner workings of Fun Bits. Mouseover to see the insides, click to view bigger.
Been recently playing around with the cloth features of 3DStudio Max to some varying effects. I quite like this effect. It reminds me of when, in the movie The Thing, the guy’s head on the operating table stretches over the edge with the same visceral popping action. Perhaps one day I might make use of […]