Hello everyone, I'm back!
Haven't posted anything since January last year, so i felt it was about time to socialise and get some feedback again
This first post will be some mixed stuff from the last couple of months, so not really brand new stuff. Everything is done in Zbrush, my own concepts, hope you like it
First out some asymmetrical sculpting!
And here's my first experiment with dynamesh:
The skull was made from a regular polysphere without dyna
Just a passing thought on the last one posted...Would look greater with some stained glossy yellowish maybe color and material on those teeth..they kind of don't match the quality of the rest of the piece...Just my personal opinion there though, for what it's worth..
Hey ,..Great to see you posting again by the way.....Looks like you've progressed along the way by leaps and bounds..Congrats on that...
Last edited by SpiritDreamer; 03-30-12 at 06:36 AM.
Wow! Your continued studies are yielding some great results: love the concepts,solid sculpting from blocking in main shapes to detailing! Seeing someone's work evolve like this just makes my day
Needless to say; look forward to the next
Yes Sir awesome sketchbook, great seeing you on here mate!
Totally love your creature designs, totally my style! How was the workshop with Bryan Wynia, totally would love to have participated there
Looking forward seeing more from you.
All the best and happy sculpting,
So, in my last thread I shared a human skull made from a sphere with the community, and people seemed to appreciate it, so, having a skull laying around(a better, more detailed one) why not share it again?
May not be much, but it's my contribution to making the world a little better
It's the skull from the first post.
All the subdivision levels are intact, and it consists of separate subtools for the mandible and teeth.
the skull looking crisp buddy, nice job and thanks for the ztl!
I will not download it though, nothing bad or so but I rather do my own skull and sculpt ^^ is more practice
but thanks anyway, great seeing artist sharing there work to help people study more!
I'll agree with Kenny, I'd rather sculpt my own skull for practice (we all know I need it ).
The ONLY thing that looked a bit strange to me, if I may -
You have the supraorbital down to the overhang as one smooth piece.
It may look nice giving them a bit more definition individually.
If I feel my forehead, I can definitely tell that there are several plane changes going on to the bones around my eye (but, being of german and hungarian descent, I naturally have very prominent facial bone structure).
Anyways, just a passing thought.