The Secret Government Eggo Project has claimed its first victim. During an inking accident that set the project back weeks, poor Karl was separated from his body when a blotch of ink consumed his better half and transported it to heaven knows where. We ask if you have seen Karl’s body to please comment below.
What’s up internet universe! How was your weekend? Our weekend was good, not great, just good. But good is good right?
Speaking of good, here is a beautifully rendered image of the Light of the Eggo. Thanks to the rendering power of Jamal’s Cerberus PC. Just a simple light study for the SGEP (aka Secret Government Eggo Project). Showcasing some light bounce, shadow casting, and such.
More to come soon. So watch the skies! The TRUTH is out THERE!
Eggo project alpha channel testing…preparing breakfast pastry.
We took the time to test a few techniques before committing to a style. It is a good thing we did. We ran into an issue with with objects causing incorrect shadows when stacked over a certain amount of layers.
This lighting and multi-layer test is an extreme example which shows the shadow problem has been eliminated.
You may ask yourself…what’s it like interning with M3Grafix? You should ask yourself what happens to interns after they leave M3Grafix…
They end up on the menu of the newest restaurant in town!
That’s right boys and girls! You too can become the next tasty sensation on the menu of Finger Lickin’ Lizard!! Brought to you by the twisted mind of Jamal and rendered from the twisted hand of Josh. BLAM!!!
Most of you have seen our website so you may have noticed a little green guy with one eye…or two depending on the posse. This is our “mascot.” If not check out the website and go to the about section.
Below is his first venture into Blender, soon he will experience a new look we like to call lazy fit. Because who wants to be crazy fit…am I right…hello?
Anyway enjoy the WIP stills here:
Thanks Windows 8 for the monitor crippling driver update!
We were asked by Anderson and Reed LLP to design a napkin for their catering service called Bean Counter Catering. This is the spoils of that labor.