Rejected island concept for a client.
about 1 year ago
Well, I accept it. I love these tiles you create, but I'm curious to see how they assemble into a more complete whole. Is there an end goal? Or are they simply exercises?
Keep up the inspiring work!
There colours are always spot on lad.
this stuff is just sick dude...colors, lighting, everything..keep going!
Love it. Great colours, really subtle. You've definitely developed something that is uniquely your own :)
I am in love with this.
Man we have to do a collab !
Thanks a bunch, guys!
@Billy Whited These are usually just separate [experimental] tiles with no real plans on combining them yet. YET.
@Duarte Pires I'm still planning on rebounding your lifeguard stand. :)
Did anyone else first read PENISula.jpg as attachment? :D
Anyway very nice work as always! :)
Even as tiles they are so immersive—I can stare and stare at them and get lost in the tiny worlds they represent. Together, I think they could manifest as one hell of a stylized [constructive] strategy game a la Sim City and others.
That being said, they are beautiful in their own right. I'd hang a print of one on my wall ;)
I. Love. Your. Work. So. Much.
@Billy Whited Prints available here and here. :)
@Avi Jacob Thank you! I'm glad.
Ah, hell yes.
I'm super impressed with your style, the colors + shapes are so fresh. Keep it up!
Sweet mother of awesome. This is amazing.
@Daryl Ginn Thanks, dude.
We ( + @Jeremiah Shaw ) should start a low poly band called Rejected Island
love this style!
I'm really impressed! This sort of work really pushes a lot of my buttons (in a good way). Have you ever considered writing some tutorials for isometric stuff in Cinema 4D?
@Tim Douglas Thanks! I'm not in any place to do tutorials right now. I'm still figuring out my own way/evolving with all of this.
What a bitch, rejecting this. Oh wait, it's a client. What do you expect. MORE NEON!
Great!!! You are my hero :P
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