John Garrett Interviewed on Renderstreet.
The Titans|Divinity sci-fi comic continues. In this episode, no one gets what they want…
The sci-fi comic Titans|Divinity continues. We finally find out the answer to the question – what the devil is an Ego-Lattice?
Time for another 3D superhero. This week it’s Batman’s old sidekick Dick Grayson, aka Nightwing!
More Super Hero action happening here on Hypertransitory.com. This time one of my favorite heroes of all – Icon!
It’s time for another 3D superhero here on Hypertransitory.com. I was playing around in my 3D programs the other day, and I thought I’d take a crack at none other than Alex Summers, the X-Man called Havok.
Here’s the latest piece of art I created of Jorr the Elf for my short story “The Cold Elf”.
Great news guys, this is my very first sponsored post here on Hypertransitory.com! Meaning I’m receiving compensation for todays Steampunk blog post.
I’ve had many opportunities to monetize this site, and between advertising and other sponsored posts, I’ve pretty much turned them all down.
Luckily for me this is something I’d blog about anyway, and I had a lot of fun creating the art you’re about to see, so I think this works out for everyone.
It’s about that time to show some more artwork on this site. So here’s my rendition of everyone’s favorite DC Comics superhero Power Girl!
I just came out with another ebook, this time a story in the fantasy genre called “The Cold Elf”. This is the tale of how that story came to be, the art behind it, and some of my marketing plans.
It’s been quiet on this blog lately. That’s because I’ve been working on art and a lot of other projects. I figured I should actually show some of it, so I’m gonna start off with one of my favorite subjects – Marvel Comic’s Nova!
I’ve been doing some 3D work lately, and I decided to share some of my latest stuff here on the site. Many of the following images feature the Marvel Comics character Nova -one of my favorite sci-fi heroes.
I decided to list a few of my unfinished artworks here and go over the reasons why I left these ones to rot in the graveyard of uncompleted work.
I decided to try my hand at creating the Marvel Comic character Daken: Dark Wolverine in Daz Studio 3D.
This is a 3D model I created a few years back in Blender, but I could never get it looking the way I wanted.
Just to explain a bit: A sword-breaker is a weapon used apparently to catch a sword in the grooves of the blade, then twist and either break the blade or separate it from it’s pommel, leaving your enemy weaponless.
I saw a really cool piece of Superman art over on DeviantArt, and I thought I’d give it a shot in Blender.
I got back into some more Blendering since my last outing with my Nova Helmet debacle. So this time I truly graduated up to the latest Blender 2.5 beta, which at this point is 2.56.0.
I’ve been using Daz Studio 3 for a couple of years now, mostly because I’ve been too lazy to learn Blender like I should -but I think I’m finally done. There’s just too much wrong with it and I don’t think it’s ever going to be fixed. Most of the art of my online novel […]
This won’t be a true tutorial but rather an overview of my attempt to create this piece. I’ve been working on modeling the helmet of the Marvel Comics character Nova for awhile now, but between my laziness and problems I was having (some similar to those within the Blender Planning Issues article I wrote a […]
I’m working on a weapon for one of my characters from my online novel True Tales of the Soryan Order, and I started it as a vector from Adobe Illustrator. I thought I’d write this up because it took me a while to figure out a reliable method.