The newest cow in our Herd, Lee, has some serious artisitic skill. So for his first project, rather than use that skill we decided to ask him to photoshop dog heads onto renaissance bodies.
Because the portraits all came from different periods each painting required me to build custom brushes to match stroke, medium, canvas and texture. Can I please get my real work done now?
Check out the video above to see how easy it is for Lee to imitate the masters. An then visit us a icow.tv to see all the other awesome things we’ve been up to.
We’ve just made our first new addition to the Impatient Cow team since moving to our new 35,000 square foot Ranch! It’s Lee Phung! He’s an awesome artist who worked as a lead in the development of popular video games like Toy Story 3 and Cars 2. He’s a great illustrator and graphic artist and we look forward to the creativity he’ll bring to all our projects!
Head over to icow.tv check out exactly what Lee has in store for him.
We’re swamped with work this year, and can’t wait to take a crack at assembling more of our favorites for 2013. Until then take a look at what we used to win prospective clients’ hearts last year. We hope you enjoy!
Our South Wing is awesome for set building (especially when you need to flood the room :)
A combination of historical stills and modern photography brought to three-dimensional life. The idea behind the video is to honor Irish history in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. We used a combination of Photoshop, After Effects, Maya, and Davinci to allow the viewer to experience history.
Come check out more of our work at icow.tv!