Oktoberfest Pickaxe stylized by Ahmet BluhmMore and likely a Fan art to Fortnite. I build the model by myself looking for reference and concepts and mixed them together and its kinda late for the Oktoberfest and as a german i need something like that on my portfolio but had a lot of fun to create my first stylized art. My art style reference was Fortnite and Overwatch. Currently busy with a small diorama and a environment. Soon there will be more posted :D. Hope you you like it.
Geiger Counter by POLYSQUID StudiosThis is a beautiful 50's Geiger counter with metro decal (for fun). We made several high quality survival props for our UE and Unity pack: Survival Props: https://ift.tt/2CVqw7t Polycount: 8500 Maps: 2x2k PBR This one was made by Kaspars Pavlovskis https://ift.tt/2S9n0MM
Transportable Interoperable Ground Robot (TIGR) by Felix van den BergHi guys! For the past couple of months I've been working on and off on this representation of Roboteam's TIGR. After seeing some images of it I fell in love with the design and I wanted to challenge myself to make something a bit more complex. Over time I decided I also needed to make the controller that comes with the robot because why not? More work more fun! And to top it off I wanted to make an IED that would go with this s
VA2019: Divinity by Verica Hupe (valzheimer)Image made for Lully with the new dForce Divinity dress available at Renderosity marketplace: https://ift.tt/2pu1clY Made with Daz Studio and Iray Faith character is my own. Full resolution view (2400x3000px) with list of all assets used is available at my website: https://ift.tt/2KCFSSE . Image is copyrighted to Valzheimer Studio 2019 Hope you like
OIL CAN GALLON by Deepak YadavI'm glad to share my first artwork to you Trying to learn and improve my texturing skills day by day. 1. Modeling in Maya with all detailing. 2. Bake maps and texturing in Substance Painter (PBR texturing). 3. Alphas create in Adobe photoshop. 4. Final render in Marmoset toolbag. Hope to share a lot of upcoming Models Stay tuned! C&C are always welcome. Thank-you!