This project explores alternative narratives that allows the user to travel through a digital environment in real-time. The environment was mainly built in Unreal Engine 4; the modelling was done in Maya 2018. Substance Painter, Audacity and other software were also used to support our textures, audios and other components.
Shikari is a graphic novel about a group of hunters who arrive on an unexplored game reserve planet, with exclusive rights to hunt in exchange for escorting a guide sent by the safari.
It all seems like an ordinary hunting trip, until a dark secret is uncovered. As it turns out, their guide has been leading other unsuspecting groups deep into the jungle, to be quarry for aliens who too, enjoy the thrill of stalking dangerous game: armed humans.
The tables turn and the hunters become the hunted as they struggle to survive their unexpected predicament.
How to Travel with Your Grandma is a 3-min animated short film depicting a girl who goes on a trip with her grandma and finds out her grandma is actually a wild child.
A series of concept arts which takes three well known stories re-imagines them into a different culture: African Book of Jonah, Mayan Journey to the West, and Japanese Trojan War.
A person leading a mundane life decides to pursue his dream, but fails to see other happiness in life.