A combined effort between Fausto De Martini and John Park
Wednesday, October 22
(Poster by Dylan Cole)
Our friend David Levy is going to be premiering a sneak peek of his short film, PLUG on October 25 at the Gnomon Workshop in Los Angeles. In addition, there will be a gallery showing of the work that went into making the film and a Q&A with the artists behind it. The final film will debut on the official PLUG site Monday 27 at noon (Pacific).
On a post-apocalyptic Earth, Leila Dawn (Natalie Floyd), is the only human survivor. Raised by Robots after humanity abandoned the planet they destroyed with nuclear warfare, Leila cannot forget her parents nor ignore her yearning to find other organic life. A hunt she sets out on with a Military Unit, Marker (Lex Cassar), leads Leila to discover the reality she’s been denied—a reality that sparks her ultimate quest.
PLUG is a short film from acclaimed science-fiction film art director, David Levy (Tron Legacy, Prometheus, Enders Game, Tomorrow Land, Avatar 2). It is the first installment of David's yet to be produced epic series/feature, which follows Leila on her quest to reunite with humanity and the impossible choices she must make about her allegiances – Human or Robot.
Artwork created by: Lex Cassar, Alex Cunningham, Ray Pena and David Levy.
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Tuesday, October 21
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Friday, October 17
Hi everyone! Finally managed to finish this mech, it's a trial run at my Gumroad tutorial, 2D concept to Sketchup model, Keyshot rendering and post work in Photoshop. Just have to find the time to sit down and record this stuff! After a few renders I ended up finding some great images of the McClaren car factory interior, so slick and modern, looks like a lab, also after much experimentation with materials I ended up colouring the body this hot McClaren sports car orange, it really popped in the white lab and also lends a bit of an industrial robotic feel to it... Hope you like it, with any luck the next post will be about the tutorial! :) If you want to see more you can follow me here: www.facebook.com/chrisrosewarneart
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