Creativity comes from the world around us. Dallas, talented 3D generalist proves it through his awesome work and inspiring lifestyle.
Dallas Holloway on his Los Angeles sailboat, Emily Lynn
After a couple of back to back Wednesday meetings, I got to detach myself from the ground beneath my feet. I went out on a sailing adventure with my good friend and colleague Dallas Holloway on the coast of San Pedro, CA. We talked design, shared freelance experience, and philosophized about the motion industry. All this while catching incredible views of dolphin packs, grey whale blows, seagull dives, and barking seals.
Throughout the years I’ve known Dallas, I have seen him seamlessly juggle his busy freelance life with family, friends, music projects, and sailing. His ability to never lose touch with the physical world around him is what makes him so great in the virtual worlds he creates.
Dallas is an extremely talented 3D artist with a passion for outer space and sailing. He freelances between Los Angeles and Wichita. He is one of the best artists I’ve ever worked with. He is fast, organized, has an answer for almost any 3D question — and if he doesn’t, he’ll figure it out in no time. Besides all this, he is also just a good person. If you ever have a chance of working with this guy, do it! Check out his work at dallasholloway.com
I got to steer the wheel. The happiness was out of control.
Dolphins! And check out that tuna splashing in the background.
By the time we got back, it was dark. Here’s a view of San Pedro Marina.
Can you spot the seal?