great stuff man
really like the metal implant on that skull. can just imagine the character that the skull belonged to :P
@TheArtViking - Thank you so much buddy, really appreciate your kind words and the great feedback. Well I like you skull a lot more
@silverwind_dragon - Nice to have you here on my sketchbook again buddy, really thanks for the nice words and glad you like some of my work.
@aliengraphic - Thanks Chris for the great support my friend
@usurpator - Thanks for the stop buy mate and thanks for the great feedback, really appreciate it. Hopefully it keeps going like that. For sure I will post my rendering setup soon, but buddy I am totally a noob in rendering ^^ used a lightcap and changed a material to make it look more glossiness. optimized the shadow and the ao and than some compisting in photoshop :P
@darxx - Nice to have you here, thanks for the feedback. Glad you like the skull and the metal implant that cracks his head^^
Thank you all so much and to ZbrushCentral and Pixologic aswell, you all are amazing and really giving artist a great way to show off there work and share tips and tricks with other amazing artists. Really really loving this forum.
I am posting soon, had some other work to do in college, working on a UDK Level as my final exam project and I will definently want to put zbrush in my pipeline for sculpting rocks, terrains, ruins and some kind of maja temple sculpts with a lot of detailing, could anybody advice me a tutorial or some references with that? Would be very much appreciated it
Great work, Kenny! Your progress since joining ZBC is inspirational! Not to mention a little intimidating...
Here is Friday Night Character Doodle, wanted to do a 3 day character special on the weekend, every day one character. Here is one, still not finished but will finish him as soon as possible. Mesh is in LowPoly aswell. Hope you like it all. Critics and comments are more than welcomed.
I like it, though if I may, I think your jumping too high to fast on your anatomy. really push those polys, and get it to a point where at the lowest level I know exactly what youre doing. also watch those pectorals, they seem a bit odd.
nice work on the sword handle.
This is amazing! like your works a lot!
@cascardi - Thanks buddy
@FramedWorld - Thank you so much Matthew for the feedback, yeah definently need to work on my anatomy and all that. I am trying to get the most details of every resolution I am on. cesar and ryan really had a nice presentation with that.
@FairCat - Thanks for the stop by SvyatGlad you are liking them
@onurbz - Thanks man really appreciate it
Here is a quick one hour sculpting doodle while working on my 3 day challenge, had major issues with the eyes.
@blueferret - Thanks man really appreciate your kind words and your great support on my sketchbook mate! Haha I would love that my monkes looks like the apes of "planet of the apes"
Here is another quick sculpting doodle, made during lunch break in college. Took me about 1 hour to finish it, was made out of a dynamesh sphere. Again had some issues with the eye area.
Looking forward to your comments and critics.
Last edited by KC-Production; 03-19-12 at 03:46 PM.
I to love the last two sculpts, the hooded guy and the angry guy with the sword! It's obvious from your work that you have big potential and you seem on a right way to unlock it. Good thing is that You are aware of your level, of where you are at the moment in regards to your skills and you accept critique readily. These are great things I see about you. Keep pushing and keep sculpting. Try to google anatomy references as much as you can, try checking out some of great workshops by Ryan Kingslien and guys and you will be there in no time. Google ecorche.
I'm keeping my eye at your thread. It's amazing to see how fast you evolve!
Happy Zbrushing K!
very nice work here, great progress , I like it better without polypaint (personal preference)
Good Job my friend! Reminded me some fantasy characters from Trudi Canavan books
Thanx again for commenting on my page. I am currently downloading the Eat 3d character production Dvd per your recommendation . Any help full tips would be great. Added a new model since your last post thank you again.