Eighth in a series of personal art to showcase some of the work in my portfolio.
Back in 2004 my TWPG partner Mark and I decided to create a series of pins showcasing some of our favourite ships from the history science fiction TV and cinema.
One of the first ships that came to mind was the Space Ark from When Worlds Collide. I searched the internet, found some semi reliable blueprints and started to draft the basic profiles for the rocket and it’s wings and other elements in Adobe Illustrator. Then using Cinema 4D, I imported the Adobe Illustrator files and rendered the Ark in 3D. I exported the 3D files to .stl and we the cast the pins in pewter.
Seen in this showcase are a 3D wireframe render, greyscale render test, full colour render, actual pin and a variation of the art used on a cover for WARP, MonSFFA’s fanzine. Also include is an alternate cover design.
Graphic artist seeking employment. 37+ years experience in production, packaging, 3D illustration and much more.
Full CV and portfolio can be viewed at / or downloaded from:
Working link in my bio.
Any leads will be appreciated!
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