This is a rough shot - just couldn't hold it back any longer. Still not entirely finished, but hopefully cool enough to justify dribbbling it.
Check it out: 1600 x 1200
Tweeted by @Luxology
Owltron is Robot of the Day at Year of the Robot!
1) Found Mike Cumming's awesome owl tattoo on Dribbble.
2) Then it went like this: "Mike, how about a robo-futuristic version of this?" - "Do it!" - "I'll do it!" - "Cool!". Did it.
3) Owlified Mike's drawing in modo 601, to become a tactile robo-futuristic owl.
4) Rendered with left-to-right 1-point light setup for a dramatic look.
5) Post-processed in 2D to add subtle fog, volumetric lights and glows around the eyes.
over 1 year ago
amazing work. Iron Owl
@Gianluca Giacoppo Iron Owl, love that name! Iron Man's pet maybe? ;)
Really love this.
Haha so sick @Franz. Love the lighting and glossy metal textures. Well done sir!
@Xi Lin Thanks :D
@Mike Cummings Glad you like it! I still have a few more surprises for you. Will dribbble them from time to time to keep it interesting ;)
Keep it coming dude :D
@Mike Cummings It was more work than I anticipated, but the extra-effort of using only instances and clones will eventually pay off when it comes to all other Owltron variations :D
Dude I bet. I spent countless hours on it in Illustrator, can't imagine rendering all the details in 3D. Kudos though :D
Yep. He's definitely from the Grid!
@Mike Cummings Yeah, while working with your drawing I was often thinking: Oh man, this must have taken forever to draw! Was a pleasure to use it as a backdrop :D
@Melissa Brunet Thanks :D
Looks like the Owl is now awake! Great work!
@Ian Mesa Great thought! Actually, my plan with this one was to make it a bit brighter than the previous shot, which was too dark for the bright Dribbble website. Quite challenging when dribbbling dark stuff.
Posted as the Robot of the Day!
@Doug Vander Meulen Thanks for the awesomeness! Tweeted your robot blog!
Awesome! Love the lighting.
Smashing owl! Great work :)
by Franz (Taptanium)
20% done :D
about 1 year ago
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