Starting a general sketchbook this time to drop my sketch things, projects, wips and stuff in.
First one for 2016 is the Grand Inquisitor for the Star Wars Reimagined contest over on CG+
I love the simplicity of your dead pool. Your overall composition is great.
couple of things I'm working on now:
I wanted to dig into this concept or idea of John Henry and who he was as a folk hero.
I was pretty unaware of his story until watching the short by Disney with my son. Since then, John has been on my mind.
I've also been wanting to get into doing sculptures with the potential of printing them. So I married the two ideas here.
So I'm still very much into the blocking phase at this point, with a rough-ish pose. I like where it's at so far but would love to
get some feedback from the community if anything stands out as odd at the moment.
This one started as bust, or it was supposed to be just that. I like the way it was going so I continued working on it. During the creation of this one, I started
a new workflow process for myself using insert mesh brushes. I created the brushes from other models that I've made in the past, using those as base. The goal was to see how quickly I could
get a character put together, thus worrying less about anatomy and construction techniques and more on design and shape language. Not so sure I'm successful
yet but it's a start . Again, crits are welcome...I'm here to learn like everyone else.
Cable bust I worked up first
Then went back to refine the body a bit using insert mesh. I wanted to retain the sculpting process a bit so the pieces I used are
not final at all. Just a decent base to work from instead of starting completely from scratch with ZSpheres, like I usually do.