Jeff Clermont — Creative director — Art Director — 3D Artist
36 days of type - 2019
It took me way more time than I expected, but I finished the 36 days of type challenge at the beginning of the month of June. I'm really proud of the results. This year, I gave myself this challenge: work on the environment as much as on the letters. I wanted to experiment how I could create colorful environments, inspired by retail and interior design. After 36 letters and numbers, it's as if I only scratched the surface.
36 days of type - 2018
An exploration of form and texture.
Done for the first time in 2018, my participation to the 36 days of type project was a real challenge. But in order to succeed, I had to set myself some constraints.
1. I wanted to draw each letter with my wacom tablet inside Blender using the Grease Pencil tool;
2. I would use the curves and do whatever I wanted with them (replace the points by metaballs, emit particles, decimate the mesh, etc...)
3. Texture them almost always procedurally (except the number 8, it uses a paint texture I did)
The Lamp Project
An exercise in form, material, lighting and design
What started as a little project I would do on my lunch hour to experiment and flex my modeling and shading muscle in Blender and its physical based render engine Cycles, evolved in a activity that would occupy my nights and weekends. Often inspired by nature, I have dozen of ideas on paper and in my head, waiting to be transposed to images. When I'm finished with a design, I post it on Instagram.