Growing up in mountainous areas where small towns were a dime a dozen, I always enjoyed the scenic views they provided from different vantage points. For this piece, I imagined a small coal mining town that was built over the actual excavation site, so that work was never too far from the comforts of home.
Inspired by Johannes Kepler’s model of the universe, I imagined a world where all of the citizen’s electrical power comes from one central point and is then distributed between different sectors on the planet.
Initial thumbnails for a city where giant towers generate an anti-UV Field to reflect away some of the harmful rays of the sun.
A study. I enjoy creating huge landscapes with unique or bizarre natural phenomenon scattered around.
A mountain town that was inspired by the favelas of Brazil. The monument of an old and wise elder now holds watch over the peaceful town, warding off evil spirits and protecting the villagers.
A forest shrine where the blade of a forgotten warrior now rests. Zelda: Ocarina of Time being one of my favorite games growing up on the Nintendo 64 was a source of inspiration for this one.