Monday, August 13, 2007

JP's creature design featured in Tabula Rasa video game trailer














I just got the link to the new Tabula Rasa video game trailer featuring one of my creature designs the "Bane Strider" .


It's pretty amazing to see something you started as just a thumbnail come to fruit as a detailed finished color concept, but it's an even more mind blowing experience and rush to actually see your designs come to life with animation, special effects and sound. This is why I do this stuff, it makes all the hard work worth it in the end.
I worked on NCSOFT's Tabula Rasa for about a year and a half, I designed and art directed a lot of the creature stuff in the game and it was an amazing experience. I do hope the game does well and people will enjoy these creatures even though they are there to blow you out of existence :)...what a job right?


JP

7 comments:

B Roy said...

I graduated in Animation and Graphics last September and I do agree with you 100% that seeing you're Characters come to life is a really big rush. I read your article in the last issue of ImagineFX and I have to say something about it made me go back in the right track. I was out of the industry for several months out of fear of not being able to provide for my self and love ones. Seeing what you can do and your true words that may seem like its been said times and times again made me spark that fire inside of me again. (this should have been and email..a well)

Brian Roy

Thank you !

Patrick Ballesteros said...

Awesome JP, can't wait to see more sir.

Iggi Art said...

Hi, i´m illustrator from Chile. Your work it´s facinating (sorry my english). It´s your own style, it´s your own form of expression. Cool!

if you have time, please visit my own work on...

www.iggiart.blogspot.com

Aksel said...

woooo ! i don't know you have a blog !! i show some one of your work in the gnomon dvd (imaginative illustration 1) and i like your work ! i want to work as a conceptartiste, can you show me the way :) (i linked you)

Enis said...

impressive work. I always loved your style. Enis from Bosnia

Jean Marie Ward said...

Beautiful stuff--but that's always the case. :D Does this mean I might see you at DragonCon this year? Much love to you, Regina & Logan, Jean Marie

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Awesome work again !!

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