1. Put together a project set showing some process for my Future 52 hoverboard. bit.ly/1iq2Lkh 

     
  2. future52:

    Creation 08

    Hoverboard by:

    HVR-42x

    “Hot pink hoverboards might be alright for Marty McFly, but we need something a little more functional here in 2298. Our search and rescue teams have been complaining about unstable hoverboards for a while now, so these four stabilizing propulsors are going to get them off our back. Word to the wise: never start a search and rescue division, helping people is more trouble than it’s worth. //TIMETRANSMISSION_END _Bishop_Jan_2298//”

    Stoked to be a part of this fun group project, Future 52.

     
  3. Got the green light to offer prints of my FEZZINE piece. Can get one here: http://society6.com/turnislefthome/FEZ-Group-Zine_Print#1=45

     
  4. Farm Truck update.

     
  5. Started building a new truck.

     
  6. Some fun experiments for a client. (scrapped)

     
  7. A small chunk of the other side of the landscape.

     
  8. Farmland. Initial texture/lighting tests.

     
  9. Loading up the forklift with some inventory. 

     
  10. Small sneak at what I’ve been working on for the last few weeks. This is about 20% of the entire scene. Wireframe view of entire scene also attached. (roughly 2.5 million polygons!)

    Four more huge scenes to go.

     
  11. I worked with the Flippfly guys to make some concept art for their new upcoming puzzle game, Hexarden. Can see the game announcement here: http://flippfly.com/hexarden/

    Some of the process can be seen here: http://bit.ly/1eQaE4C

     
  12. Pontoon boat on the open water.

     
  13. New Work: illustrations for KapStone Paper’s new site. Can see full project here: http://bit.ly/MJ7Qez 

    (All work: © KapStone Paper and Packaging Corporation)

     

     
  14. fezzine:

    One of the first pieces I received for the new round of submissions was by Timothy J. Reynolds, with whom I had the pleasure of being in the DICE show earlier this year (you can see our pieces hanging on the wall together here!

    Tim’s aesthetic translated perfectly for the world of FEZ - his work has a beautiful, clean quality with what I think of as a satin finish. And his added gif is just crazy awesome! Check out some of his process on his blog too here, herehere, and here!

    Happy to finally share the final piece. Can’t wait to get my copy of the zine! 

     
  15. Made a forklift for fun. Added to my ever-growing set of vehicles.