Agreed! Wires are looking amazingly even Thanks for sharing.
loving the Marco Macaco characters, seen the trailor, nice appealing style
Storm: Thanks hehe, the simple and very clean topology added to the overall deformation as you can see in the movie
free-willy-PB: Thanks, we had a couple of really good matte painters on the production which added so much detail and beautiful imagery to the film.
Yeah and the budget was extremely low compared to US and other international animation films, so I think it looks pretty good considering
Yet another piece for my reel, just finished it now
The showreel is fantastic jimmy. Kudos.
Thanks Ezra, glad you like
Congratulation for your work.
Thanks again Philuxius
I just wanted to share the paint job I did on the Centigor. My turntable render blurred the paint out a bit, and I think my lighting might have turned down the contrast in the color down a bit. Oh well, might go back and tweak it at some point
Really great sculpting and painting!
Sculptor, Rigger, Animator, Renderman
ThrashBrush: I sculpt on layers with different brushes. Usually with DamienStandard and the standard brush, with different alphas. I usually end up with ca. 5-8 layers with different stroke width and structures to them. Then I tweak the layer vaulues and find settings I like. On this model I made a final layer where I smooth out the wrinkles and folds in places where muscle mass and bone are very visible.
Basicly it is the way Cesar Dacol jr. does it in his dvd. I can definetly recomend this one: http://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/store/product/891/
I'm really enjoying your thread! You have a really great skill
cool works dude.. all very nice.
i really like the final of "centigor".
i'd liked to have seen the frog turntable from a bit over the leaf, because i think it's a shame that you almost see more leaf than frog.
i hope all is well with the little one. it's good to see that she atleast gives you a little time to do a new reel.. hehehe