samedi 12 juillet 2014
New pencil sketches, for future paintings.
I took one week of vacation recently with no computer graphics stuff available.
The model is a beautiful inspiring friend. Genuine people are often more interesting to work on than movie stars.
So I have given it a try ;)
Hope you'll like it.
Time for the 3: aroud 35 hours
Medium: 2H, 4B pencils.
samedi 24 mai 2014
dimanche 14 juillet 2013
A personal interpretation of the traditional portuguese dancer
I redesigned a bit the costume because the original one can be a glam' killer.
I have used as a human reference the americano-portuguese actress Daniela Ruah
Time of execution, drawing + painting: around 60 hours
mardi 2 juillet 2013
samedi 15 juin 2013
jeudi 6 juin 2013
Lunch break paint. I try to improve my painting skills
Goal : Be able to synthetize the main infornations to express intention as fast as possible with the most efficient execution.
Total time 2h15min.
From a photography, Lighting personal (model: actress Daniela Ruah)
To be continued
lundi 3 juin 2013
Difficult returns to traditional painting, after three years married to Ps.
But sometimes a good old pencil and paint brush, whithout driver or software crashes, is pretty pleasant.
Anyway here a water paint + acrylics work. Drawing (original, not a copy from a photo) and painting: around 5 Hours.
vendredi 14 décembre 2012
samedi 9 juin 2012
lundi 9 janvier 2012
A pack of "Cromags" obtains fire without knowing how to make it. The "Neandert" family is cold. The father sees a smoke in the distance and decides to go...
Tadufeu is a short film directed by :
Olivier Pierre (character and set design, story board, luma script, texturing, lighting, shading, matte painting)
Mickaël Bellamy (character modeling, rendering, 2D/3D compositing, post-production, FX 2d),
Coralie Braconnot (animation, blendshapes, editing, stereoscopy)
Franck Delfortrie (skinning, object rigging, dynamics, animation)
Julien Jamme (animation, layout, character rigging, facial rigging, pipeline, fluid simulation)
produced by ESMA, Montpellier.
Jean Robert Lombard,
Music by Yann and Guilhem Cleophas
Cleophas Brothers Website
Mixed by José Vicente and Yoann Poncet,
Studio des Aviateurs
Studio des Aviateurs Website