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    Hey guys, since sunday last week i`ve started doing a daily disney inspired sculpt after work
    heres what i have so far.

    average time is 4 hours
    below every image are the timelapses


















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    these are so goooooooooooood there should be 3d versions of these films!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnYip View Post
    these are so goooooooooooood there should be 3d versions of these films!
    tnx john

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    Love them, really nice work. This would be a great exercise for me too as I'd really like to be able to create stylized characters like this to rig and animate (that's my job but I love to model in ZBrush too) but I know it would be very hard work to get them this clean and appealing. Going to study your videos and see if I can learn something.

    Do you use a lot of reference for them, like grabbing frames from different angles and that kind of thing?

    Cheers,
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    tnx man , yeah i use a lot of reference but its hard to translate to 3d sometimes with the deformed heads in different emotions and angles

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UePaXE2bupo



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxhDW6F0SfU


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    Wow... these are awesome ! Big thumbs up for Jafar... you nailed the expression quite perfectly.

    Got a 3 years old daughter... so Disney's characters are quite part of my world these days...

    More !

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    Indeed, these new ones are really great, can definitely see progress with them.

    Good to know you use a lot of reference (kind of a relief to be honest LOL). I think it's difficult in general to translate 2d to 3d while keeping the essential details and making it look appealing. I think you have a great handle on it though. Inspiring stuff and the videos are very interesting, thanks for posting them.

    Cheers,
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    these are great!

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    Very nice 3D interpretations!
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    Hey can I bother you with one more question if it's OK.

    In the Alladin video at about 1 minute in you take a cylinder primitive and somehow end up with a semi-circular part with thickness that you use for his head gear (the part going down to his shoulders). How did you do that? I see you deleting some polys but it's too fast to figure out how you make it a closed mesh again.

    Cheers,
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    tnx guys,

    Horganovski: What i did there is hide the top , bottom and front then select the still visible mesh and use the extract function without any smoothing

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    These are sooo good! Love em!

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    These are awesome!! I think this deserves top row.
    Mr. Administrator, what do you think?

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    Default Love these vids..However,

    Is there a way you could slow down the timelapse slightly.. so we can see what you're doing? It would be cool to learn from these sculpts..

    Love your work and how you're translating these characters. Keep it up.

    Thanks

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