Eyeguy Quality Render From 2009||Admiral finally makes the time to back-post a higher quality rendered version of the Eyeguy model.
Toys From 2009 - Dinosaur 2 and The Heartbreak Kid||Admiral finally makes the time to back-post pictures of his first second and third toys: Dinosaur 2 and The Heartbreak Kid, from 2009
Toys From 2009 - Chantell's Dragon Pendant||Admiral finally makes the time to back-post pictures of his first toys: Chantell's Dragon Pendant, from 2009
New piece: "When Suddenly, MUSHROOMS!!1!" Plus This Month's Scrap Roundup||All of the crap I managed to put together this month.
Nebula Galaxy! From 2007!||A few years ago, I made a pretty cool icon for an open source gaming project, with inspiration taken from the Super Mario Galaxy logo.
New Model Posted: Random Drop Guy||Uhh... yeah, that's about it. I posted a new 3D model. And a rendered turntable animation of a subsurf'd and displaced version.
Random Drop Guy||The Random Drop guy was a 3D model that Admiral originally started work on and completed most of in October 2009, similar to the Eyeguy model.
Admiral is so busy, it hurts! Also, TEN!!!||Admiral posts his 'Shade timelapse modeling' video, New pictures of 10 Trents Devil Guy toys, and announces his plans to move to England for a year.
"Trent's Devil Guy" toy finally arrives!!!||Lots and lots of photos of the -Trents Devil Guy- toy that is the result of a collaboration between Trent Call and Admiral Potato.
Trent's Devil Guy Model Finally in Beta!||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.
Trent's Devil Guy [Beta]||A 3D model of a 1920s style cartoon character with a devilishly charming design and candy corn nose. Concept by Trent Call, model by Admiral Potato.
Stellar Icons From Space! From 2005!||I made a batch of desktop icons of Earth, the Moon, Mars and Venus. I wrapped spheres with some planetary textures from NASA, then added shadows.
SubCritical App Icons||This was a set of application icons I created for an open source project called SubCritical, and its suite of associated documents.
Retro Portfolio Icon Roundup||Once upon a time, the year was 2004 and Admiral was 19 years old. This is a megapost of all of the old icons that he had created for a previous portfolio.
Chantell's Dragon||A 3D model of a Dragon based off of a creature sketch provided by Chantell Hager, an extremely tallented artist.
Chibi Scientist (Beta) Posed||3D model of a Chibi Scientist. Admiral and Alamedyang plan on creating some figurines of themselves via 3D Printing; This is Admiral's action pose.
Chibi Scientist (Beta)||3D model of a Chibi Scientist. Admiral and Alamedyang plan on creating some figurines of themselves via 3D Printing; This is Admiral's model sans-pose.
Dinosaur||A rather crap 3D model of a Dinosaur somewhat resembling a Tyrannosaurus. This happened to be Admiral's first UV-Mapped and hand textured a 3D model.
Demon Puppy||This 3D model is more of a decaying Zombie Dog Corpse with Glowing Eyes than a Demon Puppy, but you call it what you want, Alamedyang.
Dinosaur 2 (Beta)||A 3D model of a cute Chibi Dinosaur, somewhat representative of the Sauropoda family, because Admiral LIKES Dinosaurs.
Eyeguy||A 3D model of a character that may look like a 'Heartless', but it does have a heart. This creation was made to work through some intense personal suffering.
And The Heartbreak Kid (Beta)||A 3D model of a creature resembling a cross between a Penguin and a Toucan. Creature concept Dmitri Carapezza, 3D model by Admiral Potato.
Ki-Cow-Ipuss||Dmitri Carapezza crossed a Kiwi, a Cow, and an Octopus in a sketch and spawned the Ki-cow-ipuss, and Admiral made a 3D model of it.
Pikmin||The Pikmin characters may be © Nintendo, but that didn't stop Admiral from making a 3D model of one of them for fun.