I Luv Pixels is on the move

Just a little info post to let all you lovely subscribers and followers out there that I Luv Pixels is on the move. I haven’t posted anything for a few weeks, because I’ve finally got around to getting a domain, and I’ve spent the past couple of weeks transferring, tidying and generally getting the new home ready. If you want to keep subscribing you may want to pop on over and resubscribe, I’d love it if you would. The old address is redirected there now, so you won’t have any problems finding it, but just in case it’s iluvpixels.co.uk. I hope you enjoy. See you on the flip-side!

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Sketch Dump #13

Lemmy from Motörhead.
Not quite so happy about this one, but hey, it was just a quick sketch!

Lemmy

Sketch Dump #12

Keira Knightley in King Arthur, not sure I quite got her face right.
I need to practice my clothing and costumes more too, so thought I’d have a go at this.

Keira

Sketch Dump #11

Haven’t done a Lord of the Rings sketch in a while, here’s a Gimli!

Gimli sketch

Sketch Dump #10

I got some Derwent Watercolour Pencils at Christmas, thought I’d try them out in my moleskin. Here’s a quick sketch of my mate Steve. He doesn’t have the beard anymore!

Steve

And saying as it’s Andy Warhol season at The Mac at the mo, here’s a little play in Photoshop as a tribute.

Steve a la Warhol

Sketch Dump #9

My two nieces, playing around with my camera!

Kirsten and Lauren

Coyote Falls – Sunday Short #10

I know I usually throw up indie shorts here, but I couldn’t resist highlighting this when I found it. Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote in full 3D glory. Some may say that it’s sacrilege, it doesn’t have the heart of the originals etc etc. Personally, I think that third dimension adds a whole new spectrum of funny to Wile E.’s escapades, and I think they’ve done a great job of keeping the look of two characters faithful to their 2D originals. You can decide for yourself…

Sketch Dump #8

Quick sketch of my Dad.Dad

Franssiss – Sunday Short #9

Here’s a cute camera tracking experiment with Blender, directed by Mathieu Auvray. All done in Blender, except for the compositing which was done in After Effects. This is a perfect example of how far on Blender has come in the past couple of years as a stronger production tool.

Sketch Dump #7

Quick unfinished sketch from The Walking Dead magazine.

I think she’s supposed to be a zombie granny, looks like she might have a bit of arthritis!Walking Dead Zom Grannie