These are some of the concept art i did for a new project from Aevum games, a local game studio. http://aevum.github.io/Read More
I’ve been working on this second Attack Mountain project. Our second tackle on kickstarter. It’s an amazing project, full of the retro vibe and pure ATKMTN nostalgia. These are some of the images produced. Please take a look at the kickstarter page, and make sure to back it and spread the word!
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Long time no post. It’s been a while since the last one. But with good reason. I’ve joined a great studio in the last few months, and i’m having a lot of fun with it. 5thPG has lots of interesting game projects. Here are some of the work i produced over this time for Clash of the Dragons, Dawn of the Dragons and Legacy of a Thousand Suns. Hope you like it!
Finally i was able to resume my Zelda fan art series. In fact the Rauru piece was already finished by some time. But the delay was worth it, since i wanted to post it at the same time as the print sale post . I’m finally organizing some time to do it, and i think now is the time. Check the print section on the blog to buy your Zelda portrait!!
Always liked Rauru. The fact that he held most of the knowledge the gamer aqcuire throughout the game, made him a warming and familiar guiding figure. The mythological ancient sage. Every Zelda game has a character like this in a sense, there’s always a old wise bearded man handing the sword to venture out in the woods, or important words to light the path. In the form of an owl or, by telepathicall chat, we wouldn’t reach too far without these guys help. I may do a Kaepora Gaebora fan art some day, with an upside down head. Should be fun. Thank you Rauru, for helping me on my journey.
Here is the third EP cover for brazilian rock band Leave me Out. Hope you guys enjoy it.
I’ve being working on this picture for quite a while, but couldn’t post it in time for halloween. So here it is, it’ s the same vibe from the previous one. I gathered some of the key points in the process too. Looking forward to this year halloween’s piece!
It was an unexpected pleasure to receive the word, that i was one of the winners of the renowned Imagine FX competition, Rising Stars. I was one of the winners on the Corel Painter category. To be featured among excellent artists throughout the globe, selected by the industry leading artists, and get the prestige of having all of that published by one of the most important magazines in the field. It really means a lot to an illustrator’s career, to have that reward and visibility.
It shows 5 of my works with some insights on process and technique, as well as an interview telling a little bit about my background.
They already posted the results on their new website, and the issue is already on sale. You can check the post here:
The issue for sale here:
And also the trailer showing some of the content:
Thank all of you out there, who have supported my work through these years!
This was a series of character designs i did for an indie fantasy RPG called The Immortal. Some of them have more then one version. More artwork will be posted as the project goes on. Hope you like it!
For the spades royal family i tried to create a more belic, and menacing royal family. This one would have more of a cold palette, with blues and greens, and a more dramattical lighting, with lots of fabric and leather with simple clothes. This was very influenced by the northern/viking societies. I wanted them to look like barbarians with fierce looks. The one that would hunt you down.
Kudos for Robert Schultz for creating such an ambitious and enjoyable project to work on and giving so much room for me to create. I’ll update this post for when the digital game is done and can link up to the project’s site.
Hope you guys enjoy it! Feel free to comment and critic!
For this royal family i went with a radical different concept. I wanted to create a primitive, native royal family, so the portraits would be filled with green, browns and yellows. Wanted to give more primitive assets as skulls, bone made earrings, animal teeth, lots of colored feathers and animal fur. The skin tone too would be rather different, more tanned, with war paint and they would have that wisdom and calm look. Some kind of wisdom of the ancient forests.