exhibition, kinokuniya sydney

October 19th, 2010 . 2 comments

For the last 6 years or so, a friend of mine from uni has organised ‘Art by Design’, an annual exhibition in Kinokuniya Sydney’s Wedge Gallery. This year I thought it would be fun to enter something in as a good motivation to take a break and produce something outside of commercial work.

I entered an illustration – a bit of fun, looking at the excitement of the early era of flight. It was produced with 3D renders mixed with a bit of digital painting over the top, and was actually more of a challenge than I thought, having to get back into doing the entire process (character modelling/posing) rather than just the lighting/shading as I’ve been doing mostly exclusively for the last few years.

The show is on until Nov 13 at Kinokuniya in The Galeries, 500 George St, Sydney.

§ 2 Responses to exhibition, kinokuniya sydney"

  • woodn says:

    very nice colors and composition. love the red/turquoise contrast. (why do i want a spoon full of sugar now..?)

  • nrk says:

    Love the clouds… I think I know how you did them:) I really like it when art is whimsical. I used to do darker stuff and I thought it made me somehow deeper. Then I realized the world has enough darkness in it already. anyway.. love it!

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