I am very excited to present the Low-Poly work of Timothy J. Reynolds to all of you today. Tim is a designer and architect who’s currently working full-time in Wisconsin as a 3D illustrator for a large marketing firm. He’s been commissioned by Popular Mechanics, Nissan, and Apple, but he also has a whole host of really cool individual projects. I think I must also mention that he has one helluva mustache.
I’ve always been a fan of Low-Poly illustration, but I especially appreciate the crispness of Tim’s designs. He draws inspiration from a range of topics including machines, landscapes, architecture, and even space.
These should be made into real sculptures…
2 things: Low-Poly water looks amazing, and I would love to hack it around on that golf course.
I apologize for the load time, but that’s one of the coolest GIFs I’ve ever seen.
As you can tell, Tim has a bright future in design and illustration. I think his work would look fantastic in an animated film. PIXAR should hire him!
If you’ve been inspired to try your hand at low-poly, Tim recommends Cinema 4D. I assume there’s a bit of a learning curve, but I think I’m going to give it a try. I’ll let you know how it turns out.