A really fun Oakley project I was lucky to collaborate on with industrial design veterans Hans Moritz and Tony Kern. A 12-foot tall with 25-foot wingspan, 800lbs robotic angel sculpture uses metallic frame, 3D printed parts and carbon fiber wings and is a part of London's Oakley flagship store interior design. Hans was the art-director as well as created the original concept sketch that was used as an inspiration for the final design and Tony already did a lot of work on the model when I joined the project. So the final sculpture was definitely a team effort. I used XSI and made all the surfaces utilizing a quad-based SUBD modeling approach. Keyshot was used to make test renders.
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