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    Video KrisKelly3D - Sketchbook

    Hey everyone,

    I decided to start a sketchbook to post some of my professional work and to get back into the ZBC community. Most of what I do is for videogame commercials and I love sharing. I'll be posting things randomly as I find back ups.

    This first post is from Call of Duty - Ghosts. I know it was a while ago, but I enjoyed working on it. For the in-game cinematics my task as one of the modelers on the project was to tackle a variety of assets, both hard surface and characters. For the intro cinematic title "Ghost Stories" I need to model posed facial expression for the good and bad guys, which we called 'Death Mask'. Each 'Death Mask' was modeled from start to finish in one days time.

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    You can watch the trailer here


    Hope you all enjoy!

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    Default Call of Duty :: Nemesis

    I wanted to post some more zbrush stuff. This is from the final cinematics for the NEMESIS DLC of Call of Duty: Ghost. I just worked on detailing the scan of the main female character Cross. Adding hi-resolution sculpt detail and creating facial expressions that were utilized in animation.

    Here are some ZGrabs of her facial expressions.





    You can watch the final product below:
    https://vimeo.com/116934020

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    Default Apothic Wine - Fortune Teller

    I had a very great time working on this project, which was to create a Photo-real fortune teller to be used on an iPhone APP. This was a rare opportunity in which I was given free reign to build the character the way I knew best. He is only based off of one photograph, no scan were used as a base, everything was created by me. Base skin textures and pore detail with the help of maps from Texturing.xyz



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    Wanted to add some ZGrabs of the head sculpt for apothic



    Ass you can see I used Fibermesh for the beard and eyebrows. I exported out curves the drove the rendered hairsystems in Maya.


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    Default Sith Twilek - Fallen Empire Cinematic Trailer

    For E3 2015 Blur Studios was asked again to create a Star Wars - Old Republic trailer for Electronic Arts. For this trailer a helped by texturing the character Twi'lek, a fan favorite, for the cinematic. I also modeled and textured tech gear added to her uniform.


    I also modeled and textured changes to a previous character brought back for this cinematic.





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