Bodock- Giant Creature designs for Comic-Con 2014

I am super pumped to have been able to help design Bodock, the Giant Creature for Comic-Con 2014. The project was sponsored by Stan Winston School, Legacy Effects, Stratasys and Wired. Alan Scott, co-founder, partner and project supervisor at Legacy Effects, came up with the concept and tasked me out to create the visuals to sell the beast. The crew at Legacy did an amazing job bringing this giant creature into the real world. It is the largest puppeteered creature that Legacy has ever built! The 13-foot, 6-inch tall creature is 9-feet, 9-inches wide, 13-feet, six-inches deep and weighs a hefty 2,000 pounds. His armor was manufactured using the 3D printing solutions from Stratasys.

You can see the making of the Giant Creature at Legacy Effects on the WIRED channel.

Here he is on Jimmy Kimmel Live:
http://youtu.be/plmBWOL5LBw
Here are my designs:

Here is the winning design I created of the Giant Creature for Comic-Con 2014Here is the winning design I created of the Giant Creature for Comic-Con 2014Here is the winning design I created of the Giant Creature for Comic-Con 2014

Here is a gallery of some of the earlier versions of the creature and his pilot.

Here are some of the graphics I created for the Giant Creature campaign.

Here is the official graphic I created for the creature. Blippar turned this into a cool animation for the cards they will be handing out at Comic-Con. This will also be featured on all of the Giant Creature crew t-shirts at Comic-Con.This was an early poster/ graphic I created for the Creature, but it was decided that the detail wouldn't read as well in various formats and scales.Here is the logo I created for the four sponsors of the Creature!

This is gallery of my final Zbrush sculpt of Bodock, right before he was printed as a maquette:

Check out this video of how Bodock was brought to life for the first time on an Objet 3D printer bed:

Finally, here is a gallery of Bodock and Ja’naar roaming the streets of Comic-Con!

 

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