It's been a while, crazy busy at work, blah,blah,blah... ;)
I did a series of dinosaur vignettes for a local museum. Here's a few, there's more on my site.
Each one corresponds to a life-sized exhibit model. You can see the models on the museum's site.
BTW - They have similar poses because they all had to fit within a circular design for exhibit signage.
I don't know how often I'll get to post. The shop is quite busy. I'll try to find tidbits that haven't made it out just yet. This one is brand new and hasn't been seen publicly -- until now.
He is called Amphibious.
Check out more stuff at the Schell Sculpture Studio website: schellstudio.com.
Hello everyone, i am absolutely thrilled that my work has been found cool enough to join this prestigious community. My name is RJ Palmer, im currently a 20 year old art student on break at the Academy of Art University. Rather recently i have decided to put some focus on creature design, and i would greatly appreciate some input to point me in the right direction. Here are a few of my recent creature ideas:
You can find the rest of my work here: http://arvalis.deviantart.com/ and my online portfolio here: http://wwwrjpalmer.darkfolio.com/
This creature took the longest to design. I must have easily done a few hundred concepts, but in the end it was well worth it. I’m very happy with what the character looked like in the film. Thanks MPC!
Hey everyone! I think I know almost everyone here, but just in case, I'll go ahead and start with an intro post.
My name is Daarken and I've been working in the game industry since 2004, mostly on Magic: The Gathering, World of Warcraft, and Warhammer. After 3 years as a concept artist for Warhammer Online, I am moving back to Cali to pursue freelance full-time.
I hope you enjoy, thanks!
Hi fellow creature lovers
I've been special effects makeup now for more than 16 years here in Denmark, so I thought maybe it was time to show some of my work here, in order to expand my network and perhaps get some more work abroad.
As you can see I love creatures and have been dabbling a lot with LARP'ing, which is a big thing here in this country. Many of the latex mask I do are Orcs, Goblins or other fantasy creatures for mostly Danish fantasy shops, but also suit construction, large scale props and decorations and character makeup too. I'm completely self taught and have been teaching makeup and effects for many years, in order to help others become creative and realize their potential.
I hope you like my work and I look forward to your comments!
Just a little of thing I've been doing lately here: A fire elemental Suit for a large German LARP this summer.