After 5 months of delay, I finally finished and posted a 3D model from a character sheet provided to me by Trent Call. Many screenshots of the development.
Posted in Blog || Posted on 2010-02-21 10:21:32
About 5 months ago, I started work on a collaborative work with an artist friend of mine, Trent Call. This model did not take me 5 months worth of work; it took more along the lines of 16.5 hours to create start to finish, but due to unusual amounts of chaos in my life over the last little while, I've only been able to sit down and complete it as the dust from recent explosions is starting to settle.
I had a great deal of fun working on the model, from it's Candy-Corn nose, all the way down to it's Mickey Mouse style gloves. The Shoelaces were a pain in the butt though. Trent's Devil Guy is a recurring 1920s style cartoon character that shows up in Trent's works from time to time. If you're lucky, you might see this character in some of Trent's mural pieces, painted on various walls and truck sides around the city. You may even have caught him in passing at several gallery strolls, if you have been to any downtown showings over the last few years.
Below is a series of "Work in Progress" screenshots I took as I worked on this model. Click on each of the thumbnail images to see the full resolution screenshot.