Thursday, November 09, 2006

Boaring

A boar from Tak, Todd did the original design & I painted it. Here's the texture map & 3D model, too.

19 comments:

Anders said...

what a surprise!!!!
this one is just.... great...
I'm fascinated by the way you master the colors man...

gabor said...

buuuuuf! amazing!(o 0 o)
incredible all!
congratulations and i´ll come back visit your blog sure!
directly to my favourites and i link you if you don´t mind!

Alina Chau said...

WOW!! Great design, love the shape of his head!! COOLIO, there is going to have a 3D version too?

marcobucci said...

Awesome! (I'm running out of adjectives here). Your paintings always have this great textural allure to them, without getting too 'itsy bitsy'.

Mark Behm said...

Love the treatment of the hair/fur and the bleed of the color through the nose to the eyes and into the body.

Heath said...

Jumping hog toads!! Great post Ryan! I like seeing how you guys do this stuff.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Oh boy that's so damn sweet ! Great work on both the concept and the model !

sarah said...

Very cool. Your design translated into often unforgiving 3D-land really nicely too :)

S.D. said...

It's always impressive for me to see how a (very good :p) picture become a (very good too) 3D model.
Great team, Todd and you! ^^

Young Vo said...

I Concur! Awsome.

Dans said...

Wooooooow,awesome works men congratulations!!!!!!your blog its may favorite.!!!!!!!

Roc said...

all around greatness. . . i love this stuff!

Kactiguy said...

I must say this is cool. Nice to see the steps too.

Hans said...

Thanks for sharing Ryan. It's always cool to see the steps. The first word that comes to mind when I open your blog is...Awesome!...and it's constant.

Hans

Malin H said...

Ha! This is so good!
/M

mackaydesign said...

Excellent work! I really dig your blog and your style!

Anonymous said...

Awesome!.Thanks for sharing..VEry inspiring..!!I'll be regular costmer.

Anonymous said...

Really cool stuff, man. The special color style totally shows on the 3D model (which BTW is great in itself). Would love to see more combinations like that.
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Anonymous said...

Your color are phenomenal. Its thye perfect blend of a 2d and 3d image. Im still trying to pull that off. Great stuff!