Cyborg Knight, designed, modeled, textured and render in Blender 3D, for game engines with BSDF material capabilities. It is an FPS character that can double as RPG character. Fully rigged and animated. It features quad polygons instead of tris, in case you wanted to have tris you can simply divide the quads, otherwise it would be irreversible.
Obviously you can use it for so much more than just games. Like short films, visual effects or motion graphics. It comes with a wide variety of skins, in all the colors of the rainbow, plus black and white (see gallery)
It is fully rigged and its animations come as actions. It’s not game-ready, so you can still have some freedoms to customize it, fine-tune the animations and the textures/materials, like I said, it comes with 9 different skins, all of which are BSDF materials and come with Diffuse, Metal, Roughness, Normals, Emission and SSS maps.
There’s also damage textures (again, see gallery), in case you want the character to die or get battle damage. You can change the color of the skins by going into Photoshop or GIMP and using Hue and Saturation to shift the desired color (red, orange, blue etc.) to your desired tone and hue, alternatively you can change the emission color as well to change the color of the light-up parts to your desired hue.
You can acquire the model here:
It is rare that I actually make an After Effects template completely uninspired but this is IT. This is a completely uninspired one. And by no means I want to say that I just threw a bunch of plugins together and called it a template. A lot of thought and work went into this one. But normally, when I make an After Effects template, I generally do it because something impressed me so much that I want to turn it into a motion graphic. And it can be a video game, it could be a film, another motion graphic, even dreams. Once inspired there’s no power on Earth that will stop me. I will want to make a really cool piece of art about that. Not this one though. It all started with me playing around and practicing with Particular and the final product resembled a neuron. It looked very organic and I loved the way it looked. So I decided to make more of it and call it a brain. In the end, after hours and hours of tweaking the plugin I came up with this. Hit the break to watch it in movement, because that picture above does not do it justice.
Trying to take a step away from horror and SciFi, I created this really cool wedding video template for those who are about to get married or engaged or simply want to dress their memories with pretty graphics.
Husband & Wife is a very versatile logo stinger template where, besides being able to edit the text and colors, you can also edit the scrolls at the top and bottom of the logo or even modify the shape of the title holder, if you feel inclined to. Provided, these things are not easy to do and do require a level of dexterity in After Effects, but they are there for you to play around. So if you have the talent, your wedding video template will be as unique as a snowflake. A pink one. With a bunch of scrolls and hearts. So cute!