Sick man! awesome detail! I remember transformers. ooohhh yaaa.
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That is simply amazing! Expecially since I was talking with a friend earlier today when we heard some 80s rock music and started chatting about transformers
I'm a zbrush n00b and I am wondering u can tell me how did you make that? so far I've only played around with the zsphere and i was wondering if the only way to get nice straight angles is from the primitive cube or is it possible to do it with zspheres too?
Lot of ZB tools¡¡
Thanks for the comments everyone.
Dty5731: You can get boxes from z-spheres by dropping to the lowest adaptive skin level.
thanks for the info!
Where the hell is jantim? When's he gonna make another spectacular camel or something? I saw that image way before I got into Z-brush, and was happy when I saw it.
Outstanding work!! so real! I esp. like... ok, I love both of them! Details are fantastic!
btw: don't tell my grandson about transformers being from the 80's.. he gets a new one each week. They are still going on! LOL
hahaa cool Sephellius.
transformers aren't dead.
there is a mercedes (i think it's mercedes) car commercial that uses the transformers theme....quite an amazing bit of animation....can't remember what it was done in....maya max or whatever.
I like your mechanical pieces. Great.
Fresh air for the organical design
Good work sephellius
"I'm right here, Mike !"Originally Posted by sephellius
Just staring at all the great images that are posted on this forum !
Well you know that camel was made with "ready made" parts....and i just wanted to do some modeling of my own...when i did that i found out that i had to model more...and making materials is taking away time as well !
I could go on making images with "scrap" ....but then people would say : "there's that (s)crap artist again..."
your scene are just beutiful and very original as you can see, we like here in the forum your camel¡¡¡
keep on your work¡¡
Jantim, it's alright to do anything as long as you feel you are making progress. So materials, modeling, texturing, whatever is all good.
Plus, when I saw the camel, I wasn't thinking of it being composed of scrap from somewhere, I was just being impressed by the image.
it would be interesting if you modeled your own scrap to heap together as a whole piece.
Andreseloy, Mike..nice words from you both,..and its good to hear that you are
inspired by some things i made