Envision a world at war and burning. What would the clouds look like? What would it feel like if you had just woken from a coma? "He woke to a quiet, empty room. The wind howled through a shattered window. Lights long since losing their power hung lifeless from the...
Artwork filed under Conceptual
Ideas that were eventually abandoned, but at one point was used as concepts for stories, music, or just ideas.
It's not every day that we have the opportunity to design something that represents how we feel about the world. However, this may be the closest we could come up with. Dirty. Grungy. Darky. Yet strangely beautiful and surreal. This is a beautiful catastrophe. Get »...
Working on a project game, MARCUS, I needed to create a handful of axes. For reasons. You probably don't want to know right now. But, low poly aces are super fun to make.
An amalgamation of several photos and 3D designs. This fantasy art turned out so interesting. I so wish I had the original for this piece as it was such a fun conceptual bit to work on.
A concept piece for an early game. The player would need to find a way to open the gate to continue the story and game. While the game itself was never finished, the story still burns in our head!
At one point in time, hard rock band GreyHalo had gone industrial rock. Thaddius donned an old WW2 mask and partnered with Dominick, who likewise donned a mask. They never really did much past a concept design, but what a group it could have been!
Through the years I’ve created different pieces to represent scenes in books I’ve worked on. This was the front porch of one Sam Hall, a former military officer.
This was a work in progress. A concept created specifically to grow skills in Blender. It was also used to prototype game ideas in Unity to great effect. Sadly, that Unity game render is gone. Lost to time and space. But the island remains.
In space, the corridors are longer and colder than even your darkest nightmares. Especially when you're the one to clean them. Testing some rendering and modeling techniques, as well as lighting.
Ok, this is a bit of a strange one. I admit I may have been going through some hard times when creating this emo/goth art piece. But it speaks about life creating very little room for your dreams in a dreary and over-busy day. Wake up, eat, work, sleep. Repeat. No...