Showing posts from June, 2010


I just noticed that John over at Moddler is using the Dictator model I made for Khurasan on his splash page.
I let myself get a little tickled over this because John has some real talent from other artist, ala-Zbrush, in his portfolio pictures and I'm pleased I made the cut.  Jon over at Khurasan should have this monster available soon, so keep your eyes on his web page.

Just a bit about, the man who makes my 3D models into real world objects:

John Vegher does all my 3D prints, he offers great service at a great price.... I know because I have shopped around. In John's last career, he ran a Emmy winning visual effects house and was a founding member of Giant Killer Robots and Pixel Liberation Front.

If you ever need a 3d model made into a real world object, I recommend you put Moddler on your short list of service providers.

Uninvited Guest; Livestock Upset

So I just came early to work today at 22.00 and found the front door to our warehouse ajar. Thinking that perhaps some of our pets had escaped, I became a bit worried and carefully entered our damp dwelling.

Carrying a meat hook (someone forgot to tidy up last night?) I walked down to the cellar and saw that there was a mess at one of the table. There where also strange sounds coming from the cages and I had to use the cattle prod to calm the critters down. I counted them all twice and all stock seemed to be in place, allowing me to take a sigh of relief (we used to be six people in Frictional you know!).

Then I noticed that some of our notes, parchments and scrolls where missing. A thief! I also found a match lying in the mud on the floor, confirming that (most likely) one of the many hobos had sneaked in. This kind of confused me though, since I thought they learned their lesson last time in a quite tentacular way. It was also strange that they would take papers; I was not aware that …

Leviathan Crusader Head

I never got a chance to post pics of the Crusader head, so here you go... Here are a couple of shots of the Vulkan Cannon with ammo belt and accessories.
And here is a shot of the torso. The hydraulics are not in place but it should give a good feel of scale.

Here is a shot of the arm components. Note the key design so you can remove the arms and change out the weapons.

Beta - The End is Nigh

This week we reached something that, not too long ago, was a merely distant dream:

Amnesia: The Dark Descent is in BETA

This means that the all needed assets are completed and that it is possible to play the game from start to finish. What is left now is just a bit of polish and minor additions. This does not mean that all is good and we can just relax though. The game is still rough around the edges at places and require quite a bit of work. However, we no longer have to worry about getting new things into the game. Now we can just focus on what is already there and make it as nice as we can.

It is quite astounding how far the game has gotten. We started out making the first proper content around two years ago, and since then the amount assets have just continued to grow. Looking through our project files I counted a total of:
106 Music files
1202 Model files
1533 Texture files
856 Sound files
This was just a very rough calculation though so I have surely missed a few. Also, there is still s…

Added link: Senji Studios

Pat does some quality work! go check out his site. Senji Studios

Leviathan WIP

I just had to send out a little tease....

Here are some rather blurry shots of the model. I really need to get a new camera. I have taken better pictures with a phone :)

These shots have the Reaper head in the chassis. everything is just dry fit so please excuse the gaps between components but you can get an idea of the scale of the torso compared to the wonderfully sculpted but poorly shot MERCS mini.

When I get a chance and a better camera, I'll throw up more pics.

MERCS minis

The gents over at MERCS were kind enough to comp me a set of figures. I did the cad work on the weapons for these bad boys.
All I have to say is AMAZING! the pictures just don't give them the props they deserve. The dynamic poses, the level of detail are just mind blowing. I have seen ForgeWorld minis up close and they are quite nice, but they are also resin, and resin is more capable of capturing the fine details. These minis are all metal and so detailed that I doubt my painting skills are up to the task.
Hats off to all the boys at MERCS for some incredible minis!

I must thank JBR for having the opportunity to work with this client... I know it must have pained him to pass on the job.

Khurasan Tribal Class Spacecraft

Jon just posted up some great shots of a 15mm craft I did for him a few months back. Link.

He has a lot more pics of the painted model on his blog... so be sure to check out the link!