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Art Van D'lay
#1881 Posted : 3/14/2017 5:37:07 PM

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Thank you, jbark. There's something kind of flat about it that I'm having a hard time pushing through, but push through I will. Either that, or I'll scrap it and go with something else. Not sure yet...

On another note, I set up an account at ArtStation, and I have to say that I really like the format. If anyone is interested, I think that is going to be my main repository going forward for posting show-ready work online. I put up all my finished pieces from the past three and a half years, along with individual asset renders and turntable videos. It's kinda nice for me to see it all somewhat organized in one easily navigable space.

https://www.artstation.com/artist/art_van_dlay

As my Canadian friend jbark would say, check it oot.
 

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#1882 Posted : 3/21/2017 10:11:54 PM

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Alright then. Suit yourself, trip nerds.

Here are the two stars of my piece paired up together. I need to sculpt a couple of small props to flank Popeye, and then I'll be ready to cook up the stew.

Of course, the real fun is over at ArtStation. I've got all kinds of stuff up over there on one easy to navigate page.

https://www.artstation.com/artist/art_van_dlay

Go there now.
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#1883 Posted : 3/21/2017 11:17:16 PM

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Art Van D'lay wrote:
Thank you, jbark. There's something kind of flat about it that I'm having a hard time pushing through, but push through I will. Either that, or I'll scrap it and go with something else. Not sure yet...

On another note, I set up an account at ArtStation, and I have to say that I really like the format. If anyone is interested, I think that is going to be my main repository going forward for posting show-ready work online. I put up all my finished pieces from the past three and a half years, along with individual asset renders and turntable videos. It's kinda nice for me to see it all somewhat organized in one easily navigable space.

https://www.artstation.com/artist/art_van_dlay

As my Canadian friend jbark would say, check it oot.


Checking it oot now. Smile
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#1884 Posted : 3/25/2017 7:04:08 PM

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I decided that rather than include this in my Popeye piece as originally planned, it would work better as a stand alone. Finishing that one off is making my eyeballs bleed, so I thought I would take a couple of days to make a background for this guy and get him print ready. It looks best at the native resolution of 6989x2804, but here it is at half size. Most of the detail still reads fairly well.

Calling it Muerte. I may 3D print it as well and see if I can't cast it in metal.

But of course, all the big fun is over at ArtStation.

https://www.artstation.com/artist/art_van_dlay

Go there now.
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#1885 Posted : 3/25/2017 7:49:40 PM

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Woweee! That is beautiful!

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#1886 Posted : 3/26/2017 11:34:47 AM

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Nice, Art Van D'lay! Thumbs up
Maaan I need to start making some arty stuff again. Been awhile... Rolling eyes
 
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#1887 Posted : 3/26/2017 10:33:49 PM

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Art Van D'lay wrote:
For those (like myself) who like to geek out on the small stuff, blow it up and check it oot. These are some painted gear assets I'm currently swapping in.

For what it's worth, at least 60% of this machineamajigger will be completely covered by Popeye and Olive Oyl in the final image, but I am having a lot of fun making it and learning much as I go, so what the heck.

Probably one more week or so to finish the background, then maybe 2-3 weeks to put all the pieces together and render, and then on to the next!



love this.. each of these 'gears' would look great by themselves on a black tshirt. i'd buy one
 
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#1888 Posted : 4/7/2017 1:22:35 AM
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Not anywhere near the standard of most on this thread. But I thought I'd share anyway, to hell with ego. Pleased


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#1889 Posted : 4/7/2017 7:37:20 PM

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#1890 Posted : 4/8/2017 2:45:01 AM
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Thanks Art. No it's Blender. The models are not made from scratch like your stuff. I just manipulated some off the shelf models.

 
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#1891 Posted : 4/8/2017 9:12:12 PM

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acacian wrote:
Art Van D'lay wrote:
For those (like myself) who like to geek out on the small stuff, blow it up and check it oot. These are some painted gear assets I'm currently swapping in.

For what it's worth, at least 60% of this machineamajigger will be completely covered by Popeye and Olive Oyl in the final image, but I am having a lot of fun making it and learning much as I go, so what the heck.

Probably one more week or so to finish the background, then maybe 2-3 weeks to put all the pieces together and render, and then on to the next!



love this.. each of these 'gears' would look great by themselves on a black tshirt. i'd buy one


Yes!!! Art, i think much of your stuff would look great on a t-shirt, if printable in that format gamut-wise and resolution wise.

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#1892 Posted : 4/9/2017 8:56:32 AM

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A few fractal flames I made with Chaotica some time ago





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#1893 Posted : 4/10/2017 10:51:45 PM

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"Midnight Insanity", collage, 2017

 
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#1894 Posted : 4/19/2017 7:48:34 AM

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#1895 Posted : 4/19/2017 1:16:53 PM

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Love the red one, Complexity.
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#1896 Posted : 4/19/2017 7:19:52 PM

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RhythmSpring wrote:
Love the red one, Complexity.


Thanks Smile
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#1897 Posted : 4/21/2017 6:42:29 AM
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I love the 1950's couple gazing at your psychedelic funhouse handel. I wonder what they make of it?


I like your modern take on Kali, Yumi. She's a Kali for the internet age!

Complexity, I like you red one the best too. It strongly reminds me of how DMT visuals often seem to replicate like fractals off into infinity.
 
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