2 weeks ago I finished working on Horizon Zero Dawn for PS4 at Guerrilla Games. It was an incredible project to work on and I can’t wait to play the final version.
All the best for 2017 from Paleo Pixels!
Work continues on Horizon Zero Dawn with around 2 months to go for release! After that I’m open for new opportunities, just drop me a line.
Untill the beginning of 2017 I’m at Guerrilla Games as a (cinematic) animator on Horizon Zero Dawn, working on creating and finishing the cutscenes in-game, some pipeline work, trailers etc. Stay tuned for more news.
Twitter,senior 3D position and Houdini
- I’ve opened up a Twitter account : Paleo Pixels @ twitter .
- Since the 1st of April I’m a part-time Senior 3D artist at Hans Boodt Mannequins. Since this is normally a 1 day position every week, it won’t interfere with my freelance work @ Paleo Pixels.
- I’ve been doing a lot of Houdini lately, somewhere in the next few days I’ll post an update about this
The last couple of weeks I’ve been working on the visuals of an animated mural for display in the area “Nortica” of the new Wildlands Emmen Zoo. It’s part of a small movie where the visitors go back in time to visit a couple of dinosaurs. More news and a small making off will follow after the opening of the park.
I’ve started collecting old personally written tools & plugins. My plan is to sell them at small prices at various websites, the first ones being my own website paleopixels.com and cgplugins.com :
I’ve updated the projects page with a section for my Houdini experiments. Besides that, I made a summary video of my first adventures in this 3D package :
After 2 years, thousands lines of code, over 2000 rocks and over 10000 drawings : my part is mostly done for Wildlands Adventure Zoo Emmen. Good luck to the rest of the team and a big thank you !
Paleo Pixels has moved to WG-Plein 13 in Amsterdam for visitors. Now it’s time to connect all the hardware and software again for the current and new projects….Again, stay tuned 🙂 !
Thanks to the hard work of Joris Eekhout (www.joriseekhout.com) the last couple of months , paleopixels.com is online. With this site I’ll provide insights on the various finished projects and keep you updated on current ones. Stay tuned for more !