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    Here is what I'm doing in my freetime lately.

    Original 2D Illustration by Kory Hubell.

    Sculpted in Zbrush, composited in Photoshop

    I hope you like it guys.




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    Nice job dude! I really like the organic feel to the hard surface! it looks pretty cool, would love to see it as a full body character

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    Nice piece - I agree the mixture of hard surface shapes looking like they move a bit organically is a nice look.
    The best way to predict the future is to create it.
    ZBC Sketchbook (just started)
    http://figmentpigment.com/

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    Nice sculpt

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    It just keeps getting better and better! loving watching your progression well done!

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    Default Napoleon Bonaparte Crossing the St. Bernard Pass in the Alps

    This sculpt is based on a classic painting by Jacques-Louis David (1748 ***8211; 1825) titled "Napoleon Bonaparte Crossing the St. Bernard Pass in the Alps".


    Sculpted and Rendered in ZBrush and composited in Photoshop. ^^'


    It took me quite a long time to finish this. I hope you folks like it.












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    Here is the continuation of the WIP








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    beaultiful sculpt man!
    3D character artist / Digital Sculptor

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    Wow. Worth framing!

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    Default ZSketch - Shelled Creature

    Just some ZDoodling today. I don't have any particular goal other than speed and just free-sculpting.
    I think I should do this exercise everyday and see how far I could go in an hour or two.
    Also this year I should focus on sculpting originals rather than sculpting from concept art. ^^'


    As always Comments and Critiques are welcome ^^'




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    Default Uncharted - Atoq Navarro - Fanart

    Hello folks, It's been quite a while.
    Here is what's keeping me more busy lately.

    Fan Art
    Atoq Navarro from the Uncharted Series.








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    Absolutely great piece of work man.your thread is super awesome.love the Roman Archer & the Napoleon.looking forward for your next jawdropping works.

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    Default Xenomorph - Rex

    Hello folks, this is my latest sculpt.


    Sculpted, Rendered in Zbrush. Post work in Photoshop.
    The final render is supposed to be in Keyshot. But due to technical limitation; I rendered it in ZBrush instead. Keyshot is pretty rad though.


    Starting sculpting from the concept is pretty typical; blocking, sectioning, and so on.
    The challenge is substituting the pattern he used on his illustration, the spine from the head all the way back to the tail, and the bone formation on his chest. I have to substitute that with my own design.


    This is based on the illustration by "Nebezial", which is obviously inspired by H.R Giger's design for the Alien Trilogy.
    Nebezial's deviantart page - http://nebezial.deviantart.com/


    For better resolution you can visit my new Artstation page http://www.artstation.com/artist/OliverP3D










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    .... just wow. The XenoRex is absolutely awesome. Well done.

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    FANTASTIC work and an excellent mash up! Kudos! Should be a Top Row feature, in my opinion! Keep up the great work!

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