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    Default CG Workshop- Concept Sculpting

    I wanted to share with everyone some images and demos I created for my CG Workshop course on Concept Sculpting and Digital Maquettes. In the course I take you through my entire creative process of creating an original design based on a description from H.P. Lovecraft's The Shadow Over Innsmouth.

    The final concept...
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    The final maquette...
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    The thumbnail process...
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    The original speed sculpts...
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    speed_4.jpg

    For more info on the course and registration please check out...
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    Thanks as always for looking and I hope to see some of you in class!
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    awesome sculpt love your style

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    Awesome work!
    I wanted to subscribe to your semptember CG workshop, but when i tried i found it already full...
    I hope you're doing soon another workshop!

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    very nice weight in them !

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    being cheeky here but after a suitable time, any chance of a tutorial on the process of creating these please

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    Great works!!

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    awesome and full of the Lovecraft spirit!

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    Looks like a lot of fun Bryan. Really cool characters there!

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    Hey, awesome work I like the new creature thumbnails - I was wondering since I have trouble making iterations do you make them all in zbrush or do you use a combo of zbrush and photoshop?

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    Thanks guys, I have always enjoyed this story.

    stefanobernardi- The class will run again on October 31, I hope to see you in it. Great job in Katon's class.

    ghostdancer- The image was create for the course but I cover the entire process in the class if you would like to see more.

    A.Ramazanov- Thank you. I use the speed sculpts for my base thumbnails. I then use Photoshop to create new design options and further explore the character.
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    Cool!
    I might subscribe in october!

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    Its a very wicked coarse, I did it and learned a S**TLOAD (thats not "snotload", all though it could be). One thing is that I had never really used photoshop to draw with, just to alter textures a bit here and there, and this set me up for a grand time for my future of photoshopping. Bryan pushed me in all the right directions when I needed it, forcing me to have a great outcome which I am quite chuffed about.
    Thanks Bryan (again)

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    Santis- Thanks, I hope to see you in class.

    nicko- Thanks again, you did a great job in the workshop.

    Registration is now open for the October 31 workshop. You can find more info here...Concept Sculpting and Digital Maquettes
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    Hey Everyone,

    I wanted to share my new course over at CG Workshops. The 3 week course went well and we decided to do a 8 week course on Creature Sculpting. You can find more about the class here...

    Creature Sculpting with Bryan Wynia

    Here are a few demos I created for the course.









    Registration is open for another week before we start the summer session. If you like sculpting and monster making I hope to see you in the class!

    -Thanks guys
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    as usual an amazing work
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