I got this combination of words stuck in my head the other day as an idea for a company name. I tried a bunch of variations of the classic water drop image using only cubes, but none of them really worked. I finally settled on this much more graphic approach to a logo, and although I feel like it has been done many times before, I like it.
Posted in PLAY
Tagged 3d animation, cinema 4d, Deven James, Deven Langston, devon langston, drop logo, kinetic imaging, logo design, pixel drop, richmond va, vcu, web
I figured out how to model a baseball seam in 3D. It is a rather complicated shape, but I used the power of mathematics and BAM! look at that sucker. Click below to see a video of it spinning:
Deven James Langston
after 6 months in (said with a deep menacing voice) “the industry.”
Posted in PRESSKIT
Tagged 3d animation, 3d studio, after effects, branching, breakdown, cinema 4d, demo reel, deven james langston, Deven Langston, devon james, devon langston, graphics, KI, kinetic imaging, motion graphics, net 10, vcu, vimeo, wal-mart
I was trying to come up with an efficient design for a bed frame. You see I have a bunch of 2×2′s in my basement… also I was bored on a tuesday night. Whatcha gonna do?
Modeled and animated in Cinema 4D, these are 3D versions of the Yahoo “chicklets.”
Posted in WORK
Tagged 3D, boxes, chicklet, cinema 4d, cubes, Deven James, motion graphics, promo, services, sinohui, spinning, yahoo, ybang, yodle
Making use of Global Illumination and semi-self-luminous materials, I have produced a delicious buttery cream puff of a render. Just gorgeous if I do say so myself. Modeled and rendered in about 2 hours.