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Pirate from Deadman’s Tales

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Pirate from Deadman’s Tales

Name: Walter De Leon, Alumni
School: The Art Institute of California—Los Angeles
Area of study: Game Design & Programming
Media: Computer Generated Animation
Exhibit Date: 12/16/2009
Tags: computer animation,student gallery,The Art Institutes
About this work:
Walter’s pirate artwork shows off his skill in design, anatomy, texturing, and 3D modeling—right down to the figure’s wooden leg. Walter added a component of exaggeration to elements of the pirate, for a more stylistic approach. To achieve this skill, he took image manipulation and mapping for games courses at The Art Institute of California—Los Angeles. Walter also fine-tuned his drawing skills in drawing & anatomy and life drawing & gesture classes.
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