St. Bernard's Pass

My name is Brandon Bernard. I'm a graphic designer, storyboard and layout artist, and writer. I was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM, and lived in Los Angeles for 12 years, then in Austin, TX, for about a year, and I'm now in Brooklyn, NY. This blog is a virtual scrapbook of things that inspire me. Unless otherwise specified, the work here is not mine. Anything else you'd like to know? Feel free to hit up my "ask" box!


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    A few days ago, I asked if anyone knew of any good stand-alone character modeling programs that had functionality similar to the Sims generator in The Sims game.

    Thanks to those of you who took time to respond and give me some suggestions. I did a little further research, and I think I’ve found a very good possibility: DAZ 3D Studio. 

    Downloading the program is free, and it comes with a couple of starter models and a tiny bit of clothing and some animations. The rest of the content you have to buy, and it looks pretty pricy, which I’m not thrilled about. But over time I may be able to collect enough hair meshes and clothing options and other things to make some use out of it.

    For now, I just did a quick self-portrait, since my head is shaved and I didn’t need to pay 20 dollars for the right haircut! The eyebrows are default… Gotta see about getting some eyebrows, I guess.

    Also, if anyone uses Poser (which I gather is sort of a popular storyboarding aid software), these Daz models are apparently exportable to Poser.

    So, if you’re looking for a decent character modeler, as I was, you might give DAZ a shot. Thanks again to those who offered their advice!

    Human Modeling Software for Macs?

    Can anyone recommend software for Mac that allows you to create 3D models of people, adjusting features, skin tone, hair, etc.?

    I’m essentially looking for a stand-alone program that offers functionality similar to the Sim generator in the Sims games. Pose-ability would be cool, too, but less desirable to me than the ability to create characters that I can rotate and view from different angles…

    Does such a thing exist, that isn’t quite as intensive as ZBrush or some of those more sophisticated 3D rendering programs?


    typeverything: - Isometric Flying Lotus by Maxim Ticta.


    Movie posters from behind by Y&R

    This is pretty brilliant

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    Jeremy Kool - The Paper Fox

    From the artist:

    The Paper Fox will be an interactive storybook on iPad, iOS and Android devices. All the 3D animals and environments featured on the site are created 100% digitally in Autodesk Maya.

    See other origami posts here.

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    Coke print campaign done by agency DraftFCB.


    Three (by Paul Thurlby)

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    Star Wars - 3D // by Ed Siemienkowicz


    Casanueva Pharmacy sign/façade by Clavel Arquitectos.


    ⌘O wax seal. 

    Haha — “open”


    3D Cardboard #typography

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    3D-Type artwork

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    More graphic design inspiration.

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    Love these 3D infographics 
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    Incredible 3D Art Made of Paper


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