Showing posts with label Guest Artist. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Guest Artist. Show all posts

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojin


Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

We already have really good bloggers/websites in regards to bringing you fresh Gunpla, Bandai and toys news everyday in Gundam Guy, Gunjap and GundamKitsCollection among others. So in the hopes of bringing you fresh and unique content, my humble free blog has partnered with ACUBE Art Studios in bringing you high quality original custom resin statues of famous characters from all over.

ACUBE accepts orders and requests of statues of your favorite characters and will produce them for you for reasonable prices. Email ACUBE at...

alex@acubeart.com

Size: 24 inches with base
Character: Eren in Titan form from Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan) anime
Features: Light up eyes
Material: Fiberglass and resin

Acube (A ku bey) Art Studios

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto

Eren in Titan Form from Shingeki no Kyojinphoto
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Friday, May 9, 2014

NZ666 Kshatriya digital art by Karathomas



NZ666 Kshatria digital art by Karathomas photo

I stumbled upon this beautiful work while browsing through 3D World magazines here at work.

I present to you the digital art of Karathomas of the NZ666 Kshatriya! I thought it would be great to share to my fellow modelers as the detailing and the battle damage effects are perfect! I am looking forward to see any modeler attempt such a highly detailed rendition of any Bandai Gunpla model kit with the same subtle battle damage effects to give their builds a realistic look.

Do check out a bit more photos at 

NZ666 Kshatria digital art by Karathomas photo

NZ666 Kshatria digital art by Karathomas photo

Thanks as always for dropping by! Until next post guys! Just enjoy the hobby! :)

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Sentinel Guard Digital Art by Mr.Gav


Sentinel Guard Digital Art by Mr.GavPhoto

Just a shout out post of another masterpiece by Mr. Gav of Gavin Lee Manners!

It really excites me that a fellow Gunpla modeller is also a fellow graphics / digital artist, so I never fail to check out the posts of Mr. Gav. An accomplished and very talented modeller that is also a very good digital artist! And he is working on digital mecha art too!

So check out the progress shots and the final art of his newest work the " Sentinel Guard " at the link below...

 Sentinel Guard Digital Art by Mr.Gav 

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Tuesday, March 4, 2014

3D Drone modelled by Mr.GAV


3D Drone by MrGAV photo

I am planning to revisit my 3D skills ( 3D Studio Max / Maya ) soon and it was a really nice surprise that one of the better fellow Gundam modeller in Mr.Gav is very good at the same craft!

3D modelling is a tedious work. It requires skills and patience much like Gunpla, only you do not get your hands dirty. It is a super fun way of creating creatures and mecha from nothing. Personally the only downside is that you could not hold it between your hands unlike actual plastic models. Nevertheless it is a very fun and fulfilling craft!

 I have featured Mr. Gav numerous times here in my blog - Mr. Gav @ DC23mecharts

However I am inviting you to visit his own website for more photos of his marvelous Drone modelled in 3D! Super cool inspiring stuff that I few people could scratch build with plastic! Here is the link below to Mr.Gav's website...

GAVINMANNERS.blogspot.com



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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Gunpla Meet-Up @ SM North


I went to a very exclusive Gunpla modelers meet-up yesterday ( March 23 ) and met some old friends in the hobby! Nothing beats like seeing well modified and highly creative finished model kits and in progress kits to move you back to this awesome hobby.

Alex Arevalo of Acube Art, Adrian Sicat aka Krescenhaze, Amir_Anti_Yosi, Gianshopao, Wuji aka DarkWorkz, Mark Bersola, Stephen Tuazon, Jose Sabale aka Kisapmata, and Ace ( sorry I failed to take photos of your Devil Gundam ) were in attendance in this small gathering.

Looking forward to seeing the progress of these builds in the next meet-ups and will promise to bring a few kits in progress of my own. Anyways, hope you enjoy my crappy photos... Thanks for dropping by and just enjoy the hobby! :)























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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Privateer Press Insider - SEAN BULLOUGH


Privateer Press Insider - SEAN BULLOUGH photo

I have been following the Privateer Press Insider for the past few weeks now and I have with me a compilation of all the insider entries of Sean bullough.


Some time ago, when I was a kid, my parents thought it would be a good idea to give me a bag of lead as a Christmas present. Fortunately for me, it was in the form of medieval knights; otherwise, I’d probably be an accountant today. Thank you, Mom and Dad.
Later, my interests turned toward model kits; they were bigger and had more detail. I was drawn to tanks and aircraft, mostly. I was always cutting them up or making them from scratch using plastic card and found objects. Many years and four states later, I find myself in Seattle doing pretty much the same thing I’ve always done: building models and loving it.
Besides making new plastic warjack weapons, Skorne artillery, and other yet-to-be seen models, I also make the resin castings we use for Monsterpocalypse and the new plastic releases.
What am I working on now? Making rope—or trying to make it look better, I should say. Most of my sculpting experience has been mechanical or straight-line, which almost always means the models are larger. The models I am working on now are smaller, which means thinner rope than I’m used to, so I’ve been trying different methods of making it.
I might do a short tutorial about that for the next blog.
I’m making the move toward digital sculpting, since most mechanical work is done that way now, but it is difficult. Sculpting in a computer program is very different than sculpting “IRL.” You have to change the way you think because you’re not using physical materials. So if there are any would-be sculptors out there who love to make tanks, fighters, or mecha, I would start by learning how to use 3D or CAD software. That’s where the future lies.
- Sean Bullough


Sean is basically one of the many super talented master sculptors of Privateer Press and has done a lot of the masterfully and beautifully sculpted figures we see on our gaming tables today. I am an instant fan and thought I'd put up a single post of all of his entries todate. This compilation post would be my instant access to all his great quick tutorials and insights in sculpting.

Helpful insightful stuff for any modeler / hobbyist out there! Here are the links guys...


Privateer Press Insider - SEAN BULLOUGH photo

Privateer Press Insider - SEAN BULLOUGH photo

Privateer Press Insider - SEAN BULLOUGH photo
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Privateer Press Warmachine KHADOR artworks


 Privateer Press Warmachine KHADOR artworks photo

It's my last day in Graveyard shift and what better way to kill time is to blog!

I am investing a lot of time learning and ingesting the Khador Faction of Warmachine for the past few days. I plan to slowly collect them as I build my Trollbloods army. Besides painting blue Trolls all the time gets tiring ( I think ) and collecting a red army alongside blue Trolls would look really cool on my display shelf or against each other.

Immersing myself with the Official artworks from Privateer Press is the best way to appreciate the awesome unique design of the Warmachine / Hordes universe! I am truly in love with all their designs as I find them unique and refreshing. Anyways I hope you enjoy this post / compilation of Khador artworks I found all over the net. Great stuff!
 Privateer Press Warmachine KHADOR artworks photo

 Privateer Press Warmachine KHADOR artworks photo

 Privateer Press Warmachine KHADOR artworks photo

 Privateer Press Warmachine KHADOR artworks photo

 Privateer Press Warmachine KHADOR artworks photo

 Privateer Press Warmachine KHADOR artworks photo
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