Greetings. I'm just an okay artist that occasionally makes art.
I spent most of my life learning to draw, and the last couple of years developing my own unique style. I don't want to copy other peoples' style - though I do sometimes absorb certain elements. But mostly, my style is pretty different to most others.
Current Residence: Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Ancient Greek Pottery Game Pack low-poly 3d model ready for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), games and other real-time apps.
This is a set of Grecian pots (and one bronze jug) made for use in a game. The pack comprises of 6 common Greek pot shapes, along with a bronze water jug and an urn that I designed myself. They are painted yellow and black, with some raw clay details. The images are from real ancient Greek pottery.
Bronze Water Jug
Each has a 2048 pixel texture, with Albedo/Color, Metallic, Roughness and Normal maps.
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Here is a weathered wooden door with insets, an upper arch and a spiral detail up the centre. The door includes animations of opening and closing both ways, with the handles also moving.
This is made for a game, having been created with a low poly count.
This is a pack of weapons used by the ancient Greeks.
I hope you enjoy these weapons!
This is a full set of low poly bronze armour and weaponry for an ancient Greek soldier, aka a Hoplite. The armour is designed to fit the Male Fit A default character from Adobe Fuse.
Bronze Cuirass & under-tunic
Bronze Helmet with crest (you can remove the crest too if needed)
Bronze Leg Guards
I tried to get them as historically accurate as I could manage.
I've prepared the model in Cinema 4D using the default renderer, as well as Unity where I've also rigged it using Mixamo with the character model included.
Old Timey 1940s TV - Low-poly version low-poly 3d model ready for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), games and other real-time apps.
This is a low poly version of the old fashioned forties television I previously put up.
This is an old fashioned television, circa 1940s. Back in the early days of television, they were decked out in wood, similar to the radios of the time.
I also include a screen onto which you can put any image or video to suit your purpose.