Quinn Thompson – Capstone Portfolio

Quinn Thompson – Capstone Portfolio

Statement about my current work:

I am interested in becoming a 3D artist because anything imaginable can be created on a computer, with the proper training. I create 3D objects for use in 2D work, and for 3D printing. This semester, I have been improving my 3D sculpting skills, and producing work for my portfolio. I use Pixologic Zbrush to sculpt objects, Autodesk Maya for rendering, and Adobe Photoshop for final adjustments. I sculpted and rendered a flying creature designed by Jaemin Kim, because 3D professionals are often required to create work from concept art. After that, I sculpted, rendered, and 3D printed an Allosaurus. My goal was to learn more about anatomy, and to gain experience with 3D printing for future employment. For my last project, I sculpted, rendered, and 3D printed a Roman style bust to learn about sculpting the human face, and drapery.

 

 

Bust back view Bust front view

Left view, Zbrush preview

Left view, Zbrush preview

Right view, Zbrush preview

Right view, Zbrush preview

Flying-creature-wireframe-closeup

Flying creature closeup with wireframe visible (Zbrush)

Flying-creature-wireframe-top

Flying creature in Zbrush, with wireframe showing

Flying-creature-front

Flying creature viewed from the front

Flying-creaure-top-view

Flying creature viewed from the top

Allosaurus-Fragilis-wireframe

Allosaurus fragilis in Zbrush, wireframe visible

Allosaurus-Fragilis-head

Allosaurus Fragilis head

Allosaurus-on-a-rock

Allosaurus Fragilis on a rock

Allosaurus-on-a-rock

Allosaurus Fragilis on a rock

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