“Finally she let go, allowing herself to free fall into her own reflection. Never again would she succumb to hate who she was and how she looked.”
Celebrating Pride Month with a Pun I’m proud of!
Poster illustration for the 4th International Congress about Transitioning Archaeology: Archaeological Safeguard.
Ilustração de poster para o IV° Congresso Internacional sobre Arqueologia de Transição: Salvaguarda Arqueológica (CIAT).
co-autoria/coauthorship: Gabriel Pereira e Mauro Correia
Official Website: http://vagrantfurygame.com Available on Steam: https://store.steampowered.com/app/881260/Vagrant_Fury/
“Vagrant Fury” by VectorGoat Games is a 3D arcade shooter that brings you into a nostalgic 80’s and 90’s action flick vibe, with tons of gunfire, explosions, over the top villains and pop culture references.
In 2018 I had the pleasure to collaborate with this project by sculpting in voxelart the characters, buildings and some other elements that would later integrate the game. It was an interesting and fun process to try to integrate the game’s unique conceptart designs into 3D shapes that would still be decently apt to be animated later.
Below are examples of some of the assets created.
.: SCENARIO ELEMENTS :.
.: CHARACTERS :.
This is the type of silly idea that I had to do today, even if just as a quick draft in between commissioned work.
Although this model still fits the traditional 126x size, lately I’ve been having a blast building bigger models that go beyond that limitation, thanks to the newest Magica Voxel update.
It’s great to see my favorite voxel editor get even better with each version but now I have even less reasons to give Qubicle a try.
It’s been a while since the last time I worked with voxels. Now that I’m currently back to the 3D pixelart thanks to some commission work, I’ve decided to spend a little time practicing and warming up with silly little personal pieces, specially to understand better Magica Voxel‘s rendering engine.
This saloon is a recycled piece that wasn’t used on a commission work. Enjoyed the neons too much to just trash it without doing anything with it.
For some time now I’ve been doing a few pixelart animations for Wings of Justice, an indie Fantasy Role-playing Game being developed by Mighty Mufflon Games.
It’s been a hell of a ride, jumping out of the comfort zone, mostly animating at a higher resolution than I am usually used to, for the combat sprites, and then adapting it to lower resolution versions for the general game view.
I confess that while working on the sprites my love/hate relationship with animation can sometimes become a pain… however, once it is done, there is a peculiar feeling of satisfaction to see a drawing come to life.
Below are a few of the animations done for this project.