John Nevarez is a Storyboard artist and freelancer who has worked on disney movies such as Dragonheart in 1996 and Monsters University in 2013. He has also done storyboarding for The Legend of Tarzan TV series for two episodes back in 2001, and What’s New, Scooby-Doo? TV series for one episode in 2005.
To see examples of John Nevarez’s work visit his blog.
“When I’m ready to make a photograph, I think I quite obviously see in my minds eye something that is not literally there in the true meaning of the word. I’m interested in something which is built up from within, rather than just extracted from without.“
I have recently started following a tutorial on CGCookie about modeling a M4 rifle. I am going to post updates every Friday until it is complete. Next Friday 10/02/2015 I will post the first part of my modeling experience.
David Levy is a concept artist in the movie and videogame industries. Working on films such as Tron Legacy and Ender’s Game, and videogames such as Prince of Persia 3 and Assassin’s Creed to name a few. His work is a very fantastical and futuristic sci-fi experience using a painterly approach.
In this drawing I first drew the sky as shown in “Sky”, then I proceeded to create the ship as shown in “Spaceship1”. After both of the components were created I then combined them as seen in the final drawing entitled “Spaceship”. By rendering out the two components separately it puts less strain on your computer and blender, but the end result is the same.
Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452, in Vinci, Italy, and died in Amboise, France, on May 2, 1519. In his short 67 years Leonardo did many great works including the Mona Lisa, and the Last Supper.
These are wonderful examples of Leonardo’s work, but I am more interested in is works such as the Vitruvian Man, and his studies of the human body. It is inspiring to see such detailed work.