I have the pleasure to present the first hit of the Work-In-Progress model in Alias made by my friend Adam O’Brien. Besides being such an awesome guy and a great friend of mine, he is also a fantastic 3D modeller…in fact one of the best ones I’ve met in the industry.
I am super excited with him joining on board and I’ll try to post regular updates of our development.
This is the very first hit and things are super rough at the moment, but volumes are looking quite promising and I am really pleased with the first shot he had at modelling it in Alias.
Felt like sketching some Ferraris again. Some Zagato Concepts on the go..
I had a couple of hours to play in Photoshop and experiment with some potential liveries for the race car. A bigger separation between the two cars is needed.
Happy New Year everyone! May the 2016 be an amazing year for all human beings on this planet!
Here is a small batch of sketches I did in December last year. Front end continues to evolve in sketch form, but soon things will move into Alias/3D. The top views compliment the rest of the work and things are slowly falling into place…
It seems this place here will be quite busy
And a bit of summary bellow
Work in Progress page featuring side views of the car.
My hands have been idle for a very very long time. Not good!
Although the project is entering into the next stage – 3D modelling, I’ll keep bombarding this place with hand drawn sketches.
More cool stuff on the way soon…
It’s time to get serious with this project. Themes for the Racing Version are pretty much there, but it all needs a lot more work. Starting with detailing on the rear end and real Racing featues used in Formula 1 racing it all starts to look more believable and mature. More to come!
Posting some more stuff on the Ultima based project. There will be two versions/designs on the subject: a road going version and a track based one. Overall volumes & themes are pretty much there, but fronts and rears still need more work & refinement before going into 3D development.
Some press shots of the new Jaguar XF S & R-Sport model presented at the New York Auto Show earlier in 2015. Very pleased with the final result and fantastic team effort! Hopefully some design sketches will be released soon.
A friend of mine (Roman Skokov) suggested I should try one of these rear themes (Theme B) with softer shapes so it works better with the original car.
So I gave it a little try and here is a small sketch as a study. Couldn’t be asked to put any colour though….