Thursday, 3 December 2009

Peter Gric

A while back I was having moan at the artwork and people on the website one the few artists on the site whose work resonated with me beyond just being something wierd was Peter Gric. Recently I have stumbled across his work again. It's clear he has been influenced by Giger A LOT though in my opinion his work has it's own clear personality and I find it far more satisfying and enjoyable than Giger's artwork. Here's a sample of his work

Look there's some Maya/3D stuff of his work, how convenient.


Liam Scarlino said...

Hey all, I'm Liam, a third year student.

Everyone is now using blogger on our course, and there's a nice community growing with people following each others blogs and helping each other with issues. Not everyone is linked up to each other though, and I thought a central blog for the course which everyone could post to would be a pretty nice idea. I've made one at this address:

It would also mean that rather then relying on the slow blogfeed and having to surf through the 70 odd blogs that we have between us, we can just come straight to this one.
With a large knowledge base between everyone a lot of issues could be resolved fairly quickly, and so any problems can be posted here, and we will all have quick access to them.
Also if anyone has found any good tutorials, has started a new project blog, has had a breakthrough they're pleased with, or whatever else, they can whack it on here.
Just put a subject in the post title (eg. ISSUE - Blend Shapes, TUTORIAL - Advanced Rigging etc) and blog away.

If you want to join comment in the first post with your email address (can't do it via linking) and I'll send you an author invite. If you don't want your email address published then just send me one ( saying that you want in.
When you've joined post saying hello, a link to your blog and whatever else you want.

Cheers, hopefully hear from you all soon!

Liam x

tutorphil said...

Hi Tom - yes, his stuff is interesting - made of flesh somehow, but warmer than Giger... be sure to join the UCA CG Arts blog and become an author... also check out the video gallery at for more speculative, exploratory cg