Wow it’s been a hectic week. I’ve been so busy, I’ve been using every second of the 86,400 a day contains and its still not enough. I’m starting to understand what it means to work 25/7. I am a full time college student with 15 units this semester with two 3D modeling classes. Each modeling class requires at least 12 hours a week. I just received an internship at Catalina Games, a video game company. My job is to create 3D models of environments,…
Here is another update now that the modeling is mostly finished. All that’s left to model is just the room itself and that shouldn’t take too long. All thats really involved is just a door and a few vents. I have already started to UV but didn’t include it in this update because it’s just started. Next update will include renders of the texturing. Here is a render of where my progress stands:
When playing a melody, there are many positions you can start from. Each starting point has a different feeling on the entire melody segment. While you can start anywhere, it’s best to start on a harmonizing note; even better if the harmonizing notes are different. Usually the starting point is dictated by where you left off in the last melody segment.
Today is my wonderful girlfriend’s birthday. This was a song written for her and I wanted to share it with the public, so I converted all the lyrics into a synthesizer, like a virtual privacy wall for her. Here’s an instrumental of your song to do as you please. Love You! 🙂
Now that a week has passed, here is my current work in progress. The main modeling is finished. I’m slightly ahead of schedule and I intend to keep it that way. All that’s left is the fine detail modeling, but I’m going to start UV-ing before I do that. Here is a render of where my progress stands:
Here’s a new hiphop beat, fresh and hot from the renderer. DMJ is actually an acronym standing for David – Marc – James, the three people who worked on this beat. Whether it be composing, mastering, or creative input, everyone put in something. David’s artist name is Equonix, Marc’s artist name is JeFF ZaBorski, and James’s artist name is JayCrown.
An Orc is born is by far the best composition I’ve written as of today and is definitely my showcase piece with a full percussion. It starts off very mysterious but as it matures and develops, the evil within is born and rises up. Halfway through, the evil starts to become menacing and empowered until it seems all is lost but good shall always prevail. Listen and enjoy my most favorite and best piece yet.
Here’s another upbeat dance song with a ‘good feeling’ melody makes you want to get up and groove. The song is called, Sky’s the Limit because it’s so upbeat that it makes you feel like you can reach your full potential and when you put your mind to it, you can do anything! So listen and be inspired to be the best that you can!