From Donuts to Barbarians: My Year of 3D Education, Part 2

If you haven’t read Part 1, check it out here. If you’re just interested in seeing my latest project, feel free to check it out at my artstation here. Around the time when I was working on my portrait studies, my mentor suggested to me that I look into education with The Vertex School. I […]

From Donuts to Barbarians: My Year of 3D Education, Part 1

This is a long post in a two part series – if you’re just interested in seeing my latest project, feel free to check it out at my artstation here. Since April of 2020, I have been educating myself in 3D. It’s been a long journey, and while I’ve spoke often about my experience, I’ve […]

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The Making of You Missed a Spot

I had a super fun assignment recently: my first movie poster! Last month, Liam Walsh, director of “You Missed a Spot,” a student film in association with the University of Southern California, reached out to me for his poster needs. I’ve been approached for posters before but usually shy away from these projects – they […]

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