This is one of my first 3D Studio Max Abstract designs. I used to do it a lot in C4D, but thought I would give max a shot.
Its still in W.I.P. stage so gimme some C&C if possible
Higher resolution will be posted later.
Wow... that took a moment to analyze.
It looks like it was done in photoshop, and alot like the an impossible image like the impossible triangle
It kinda reminds me of russian constructivism, but idk. The only thing I don't like that much is your name on the right, it seems too plain and normal compared to the chaos on the left.
I ended up having to put it somewhere and make it big. This is supposed to be a calling card practice example for a portfolio entry Item. If you go to my portfolio, I slapped a later version up there. I will also be taking it to class tomorrow night to get more constructive criticism.
Thanks once again for the critique! I am glad you liked it
Here is a little update.
By the way, if you are not a client or someone I am working with/going to be working with, please don't call my phone randomly. Thanks!
Sorry, I call your phone randomly all the time lmao... Ill stop though, and thats a cool update
Yeah, but that is because you are Alex lol. I don't care when you call me. That's just how we rock n' roll
Thanks btw bud
Wait, was none of that done in photoshop?
Half of it was done it 3ds max and the rest was Photoshop
I really like how its half way three d and half way flat. From an inside perspective, it is very descriptive emotionally how life can be working in the gaming industry - torn between three d and two d, a beautiful happy yet violent mixture of the two. I like it.
WOW, that's badass!!! Can you make me one?
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Yeah for sure! Right when finals are over and I have some free time, I would be glad to make you one
I forgot all about this. got any free time now?
I like it alot, the only problem I have is that it says your name twice, maybe it should just say "Jeremy Baldwin" then "3D artist" and make your name stand out a little more so it is instantly recognizable to employers. nice work