Sorry for that....
Best of luck!
hey! i'm sure that you can save efforts looking for references, there is a lot of ways to learn anatomy and proportions.
Here's a speed sculpt dump. First 5 of many too come. My goal is to become naturally faster, more accurate and more confidently. And of course to be less mediocre. These are generally under 1 hour each with a few longer ones. I will get the exact times a little later.
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Time for more video dumps!
2 hours day 10 - nose troll
less than 2 hours - day 11 - lady orc
3 hours- day 12 - Native American male
2 hours- day 13- young James Coburn
4 hour- day 14 - Ah Keah Boat or Two Hatchets
Thanks spiritdreamer. I feel like I'm starting to get it, still have a ways to go to really understand zspheres zsketching and speed sculpting. I'm not sure how some people sculpt from just one image though. They must be really advanced.
Some more work. A new character made in zbrush and blender, 3d max, marmoset and photoshop. Sackcrow based on Scarecrow of Batman: Arkham Asylum game. It took me 4 weeks although I wished I could have spent more time on it than I did, got carried away with speedsculpting. I have a few more of those if there is any interests. I dunno about posting that many more videos, since it probably makes the page load slowly.
Aw man! I love Little Big Planet!
"Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius — and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction." -E.F. Schumacher
The final presentation image doesn't look so good but your individual presentations look decent. Not sure what happened in between, maybe just tone things down and slowly work your way up until you find that balance within your workflow.