October 11, 2016 8:00 AM
by Editor in Chief
Every good CG artists had been a poor CG artist once. Check out how the winner for this week improved on a previous work of his.
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So, it is with great pleasure that www.BlenderNews.org introduces to you the winner of the Render of the Week Award for the week of October 10, 2016: Derek Leung.
Genre: Concept Art
Geometries and Textures:
I’m Derek Leung. My friends call me “Chi Wai,” my Chinese name.
Most of my work borders on movies, Game Animations, and some concept design on advertisements. I don't think I'm exceptionally good at any specific area of 3D trade. However, I enjoy using my skills, doing or creating artworks on my job.
No long ago, I joined a production house, called Seed Explosion, which is a started-up by my friend. I am to be a partner with him. This is a challenge. I have to be more professional. I'm learning communication skills and job managing skills, like a child. It's something I've never tried before. I hope everything will be fine.
I call it Air-Bus. I came up with that title almost unconsciously. Nothing special. I like it actually--the concept and the mood of the image. I would love to give a small story to it, expressing a situation. However, sometimes I think I'm too lazy to go that far for each of my artworks, including this one.
Some of the details on the image may have a lot of room for improvements that I was too lazy to fix, such as the sky, textures on signboards, and low-poly backgrounds.