Artist/ Shane Noblet

Preston, United Kingdom

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Shane Noblet

2D concept art using Photoshop / 3D modelling and sculpting using Maya and Zbrush /


Games design graduate, story teller and artist, with a good eye for design, trying to craft new worlds and experiences that invite people to explore them.

I have recently graduated from the University of Central Lancashire having studied for a BA in games design. Learning about games has fueled my passion for storytelling, creating new worlds and characters that belong to them. I love digital painting, 3D modelling and sculpting using zbrush and I draw inspiration from video games, films, books and comics. My spare time is spent developing my portfolio and learning as much about games design as possible with the hope of one day making my own games for people to enjoy.

What's Happening

Hand Painted House
Face Study


Advanced Photoshop, Intermediate ZBrush and Maya, Strong design skills

Creating early development sketches through to finished concepts and creating texture maps for 3D models using Adobe Photoshop.

Digital scultping and detailing high poly models in ZBrush.

Creating low and high poly models of characters, assets and environments and unwrapping UV's using Autodesk Maya.

Designing aesthetically pleasing layouts for pitch documents and art books made for University projects.

Education / Qualifications

09/05/2002 - 07/13/2007

Broughton High School




Broughton High School, Preston

Education / Qualifications

09/06/2007 - 06/19/2009

Cardinal Newman College


4 A Levels - 1 AS Level


Cardinal Newman College, Preston

Education / Qualifications

09/07/2010 - 05/24/2012

Runshaw Adult College


Foundation Degree Games Design


Runshaw Adult College, Chorley, Preston

Education / Qualifications

09/07/2012 - 05/23/2014

University of Central Lancashire


BA (HONS) Games Design


University of Central Lancashire, Preston

Work Availability

Available for

Full-Time, Part-Time, Freelance, Internship/ Work Experience, Commission / One-off