Type: Posts; User: Ehren
To do the fur, I made an insert mesh brush with about 10 strands of hair and drew them one by one over the entire surface. Then I dynameshed it all and modified it with the snakehook brush.
This is part of a huge 1/4 scale Tarzan vs Silverback diorama that we will be printing very soon at ARH Studios. It's gonna be enormous. The is sculpt was started by Alex Pereira about two years ago....
Thinkin about printing this bad boy. Omega Red. Based on an old Jim Lee drawing...
Hey guys here is the next tutorial. I cover scaling and hollowing parts for 3d printing As a disclaimer, it's a bit technical and tedious but I'm trying to be as thorough as possible. I hope you guys...
Sorry I missed my self imposed deadline for the tutorial. I've had a bad cold. :cry: Its gonna be done tonight though. In the meantime, I wanted to follow up my Barbarian with the other huge Frazetta...
yeah man! congrats on everything you've accomplished!
Thanks again everyone. I'll be posting a tutorial tomorrow on scaling and printing hollow parts...
In the meantime here is something I did last year that zbrush once again played an integral part...
Here's a wip of J Scott Campbell's Alice. Still a bit to do
Thanks again guys. I've gotten multiple requests for posing and sculpting dynamic figures. I'll get something together for you this week. I'm also planning to cover a little more about 3d printing....
I love how you sculpt hair. Its so classical. It reminds me so much of how Houdon approached the modeling of hair. Dispensing with unnecessary detail and focusing more on form and volume. It's such a...
Thanks again guys. I know the prices of these printers is prohibitive right now but technology is progressive and the prices will come down. It's just the nature of things. My advice is to get up to...
i love those books. cant wait to see what you do with this
Thanks for the feedback guys. I've gotten a few requests for other tutorials, like how to pose a model for dynamic composition, and how to determine the thickness for a printed part. I'll be happy to...
Hey guys here is my tutorial. its in 2 parts.This covers creating keys using dynamesh and booleans. The second part describes proper decimation and the use of Netfabb plus a few other things. I kind...
We printed this on our Stratasys Eden 260. The Formlabs printers are good but our printer does offer better resolution and a MUCH bigger build bed. These statues are all 1/4 scale. The Medusa here is...
this is excellent both in concept and execution
Work on keeping your forms as simple as possible in the beginning. Think basic geometrical shapes. Don't jump into detail too quickly. One of the best ways to learn is to copy the work of the artists...