Cayde-6 Poster

I had the opportunity to create a radial for the Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris DLC.

I had the opportunity to create a send off poster of Cayde-6 for the Destiny 2: Forsaken release. Now available on the Bungie Store: https://bungiestore.com/collections/featured/products/cadye-6-poster 
In order to create this poster I posed the high-res mesh of Cayde-6 in Maya , lit and rendered the mesh in Keyshot, then painted post effects and extra detail in Photoshop. Please note that I am not responsible for modeling Cayde-6 or the Ace of Spades weapon, these both were modeled by our very talented character and hardsurface team's at Bungie.


Ace of Spades Poster

Exclusive Ace of Spades poster I had the opportunity to work on for Gamestop. 
Please note that I was not responsible for modeling the Ace of Spades weapon and hunter helmet in the background, everything else was modeled in Maya. The final scene was lit and render in Keyshot. 
Destiny: The Taken King "Cayde-6's Playing Card Illustrations" by: https://www.artstation.com/ryandemita


Destiny 2: Forsaken - Radial

I had the opportunity to create a few radials for the Destiny 2: Forsaken expansion, utilized in the Forsaken splash screen. Forsaken Icon create by Elliott Gray. 
In Destiny radials serve as underlying textures and focusing elements in a layout and are meant to be used very large, as background texture, and not as a graphic by itself. This specific radial was used on various title/end cards as well a motion graphics in videos.


Destiny 2: Forsaken Tertiary Key Art

I had the opportunity to create tertiary Keyart for the Destiny 2: Forsaken utilizing in-game assets and radials.

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Destiny 2: Forsaken - Dreaming City Radials

I had the opportunity to create a few Dreaming City radials for the Destiny 2: Forsaken expansion. A lot of the smaller icons used in the first radial were created by Garrett Morlan. 
In Destiny radials serve as underlying textures and focusing elements in a layout and are meant to be used very large, as background texture, and not as a graphic by itself. This specific radial was used on various title/end cards as well a motion graphics in videos.