Illustration for The Real Deal – New York Real Estate magazine. The assignment was to create a crown made of buildings to illustrate the main article about succesion rights.
Art Director: Paul Dilakian
Modo + Octane + Photoshop
Personal project of a dreamlike scene with floating rocks, wtaerfalls and purple trees.
Rocks modeled in zbrush. Textured and rendered in modo + Octane. Touch-ups in Photoshop
Work in progress:
Those rocks are available for sale on CGTrader, you can use them in your architecture or landscape scenes. As they come as zbrush objects they are very detailed.
Personal work on a cancer cell rendering to show my vision on the subject on how to show ugly things in medical illustration without going gore.
Modeling in zbrush, touch-ups in modo and rendeing in octane. Small color correction in Photoshop.
Zbrush clay model.
This assignment was an interesting challenge. The brief was clear: icebergs goes crazy, turns upside down and loses the usual proportions. To show that I created an iceberg which most of it was outside the water and turned it into underwater. So to create the illustration you have snow, ice, underwater caustics and bubbles to create the odd underwater look. Also the title is behind and deformed by the ice refraction. With the inverted title “Arctic Meltdown” all makes an interesting image.
Art director: Michael Mrak
Tools used: Zbrush, modo, Photoshop
Sculpting the iceberg in zbrush.
Separete renderings and fusion masks: ice, snow, snow slope, occlusion and deformed title.
Final image and close-ups
See my portfolio for more medical & scientific illustrations.22May2018
The brief was to create an illustration of the famous scene from the Wizard of Oz but with all the elements made of pills creating shapes like flowers or the Emerald city.
The story of the article is about the potential for cannabinoids to help alleviate the opioid crisis. It’s called “We’re Not on OxyContin Anymore, Toto.”
Link to the article
Tools used: Modo, Photoshop. Rendered with Octane.
See my portfolio for more medical illustrations.