/Сursed lands. How much suffering do they bring to people who live there? A small town N knows what it is. For more than a decade, their tranquility has been broken by the passing "heroes" who are trying to bring the salvation to at least one living soul, to show brilliant brushed guns and their skills. The local vulture's eye tribe, no matter how trying to banish "the defiled", can not save the native land, always there is someone to disrupt./ Full story you can find on Artstation (link in bio)
The wanderer (I've post it already, but for some reason instagram delete all the description and hastags.) This was my entry for the artstaion challenge last year. I have learned a lot with this one, it was my first game character.
You can view it in a better resolution here https://www.artstation.com/artwork/ANZnW
Concept by Nicolas THAM: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/3VmYA
I will be grateful for every your like my friends!
Here is "The Stagecoach" - my second prop for Artstation Wild West Challenge. It was so fun to work with this one instead of my low experience in stylized modeling! I have learned a lot of new tricks! Fastastic concept by Becca Hallstedt.
E ai galera, saiu o e resultado do contest do Arstation e infelizmente não fiquei entre os 3 primeiros. Mas ganhei a menção honrosa :). Obrigado a todos que me apoiaram no contest e que me ajudaram de alguma forma. #artstation#artstationchallenge
Кто участвует в Artstation Wild West Challenge? Делитесь своими работами! Тем, кто предпочитает наблюдать, предлагаем поболеть за Виталия Жданова (в прошлом - студента "Игровой графики").
Here it is "The Staccato Piano" - my third prop for Artstation Wild West Challenge.
I chose this concept since it perfectly suits the spirit of the Wild West. What could be more suitable for a western than a piano with a gatling inside? I'm surprised how it's still no one used such a trick in the movies.
SUP INTERNET! Happy to share with you all my new project, done for the Artstation's Wild West Challenge. I had the opportunity to learn A LOT through the whole process in this piece, and I feel I still got a lot to learn in the next ones.. So.. Let's see what it happens! You can check out the whole project in here: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/gEDYe