Illustrating, WebGL, and the Marvin Impulse Buy
It is fascinating how fast time just flies by sometimes. I had an extremely busy summer (being an entrepreneur has been keeping a great deal of hectic on my plate) that went by in, what seemed to be, a blink of an eye. Then that busy summer turned into a busy fall. And now here I am, realizing that I completely neglected this blog for quite a number of months.
Well, I am back! And I’ve got a bunch of posts coming, as there is a lot to catch you up on. There was a summer trip to Denver, Colorado, a recent trip to NYC/Brooklyn for the New York Comic Con, and a very cool project that is just kicking off.
Doing the illustration for Rocket 5 has been fun, but it has been taking a bit of time as I really want to make it a great piece for their game. Along the way, I’ve taken a few photos of the work as I progressed on it … I’ll post some of those here at some point, but I want to check in with Rocket 5 first to see if it’s okay for me to post pics before the launch of their game.
By the way, the game is called “Phantom P.I. – Mission Apparition”. It’s really great looking (fantastic animations!) and it’s shaping up to be a very fun and entertaining game … I can’t wait for it to come out! Check out screen shots and the trailer for it here.
Okay, better get back to it! Lots to do this week!
Oh, almost forgot … the “Marvin Impulse Buy” … yeah, the little guy in the photo here is a USB key. I was in Staples one evening with a friend and I wasn’t intending on buying anything … but USB Marvin The Martian was on a shelf as we were approaching the cash registers and, well, just look at him! I so had to buy one.
Stay tuned … more posts are afoot.