So while at SVCC, I was able to be a quest panelist with my friend Disciple at the cosplay & filmaking pannel. A fantastic opportunity to talk about recent project I've been working on! My time and discussion at the panel wasn't solely focused on my work. During the time, i was a handful of weeks away from graduating CCA , so I enlightened the audience about my personal journey in building my education as a prop maker using CCA's Individualized major program and how I revolv
Every senior at California College of the Arts has their own exhibition come senior year. It's great for students to go out with a bang and show potential clients some of their best work. I took this opportunity to show my best work and pushed myself to make new work just for the show. I spent my last two semesters perfecting most of the new artwork and all that hard work paid off. Pretty much everything in this show is seen up close in my portfolio, this page will just sh
I wanted to be more original with some projects. After many back and forth conversations with myself, I decided to begin a series on classic designed ray-guns. I've always been a fan of the Art Deco aesthetic so I thought why not design an art decoy ray-gun?
Scribbling in my notebook, I came up with a rough sketch inspired by old streamline trains. Then did the rest of the designing in Rhino. Crappy little sketch to begin with. Now to make it in Rhino! This is the Rhino