Basic concept for Mr. G (Agent G) and Daisy’s (Agent D) wardrobe/weapon room. The room comes complete with Continue reading Mr. and Mrs. G Wardrobe Room Design Concept
After modeling the Lamborghini Aventador, with a few modifications (with more to be added soon), I staged the car in a quick scene to conceptualize the model for the Mr. and Mrs. G film. 5+ hour render time for this shot. Continue reading “Mr. and Mrs. G” Spy Vehicle Concept
Character development for one of my “Mr. G” projects – Daisy as Agent D from “Mr. and Mrs. G”, a project about a husband and wife secret agent team, who fight to Continue reading Character Development – “Agent D”
Mr. G and his lovely wife Daisy, sit down at a quaint Italian restaurant to have lunch. But Mr. G, with his extensive knowledge of foreign languages, “befriends” the chef of the Pasticceria Di Garrett, with a massive language faux pas.
The still was created in Blender 3D, and the texturing was done by utilizing photos of cement/concrete, wood and metal, along with fabric textures from the internet, and splicing, and painting in Gimp.
The premise behind “Steppin’ Out” sees Mr. G attempting to step out for a quick errand run, but simply backing out of the driveway proves to be more of a challenge then he anticipated.
This short is going to help set off the long string of unfortunate, and comedic occurrences that is Mr. G’s everyday life. At this point, Continue reading The First Mr. G Short – Making “Steppin’ Out”
The next Mr. G scene that I’m working on is one in which Mr. G (not added to the scene yet in the video below), is cooking dinner for his lover, Daisy (the female character holding her hands in front of her mouth) and himself, when he suddenly ends up wreaking Continue reading Watch Me Work – Adding Elements to New Scene – The Sauce