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    Default Brock Samson Model

    So I started out with a shapeless blob, and a ZSpheres rig. After some sculpting and a great deal of attention to details, I got Brock's upper torso sculpted. His lower torso and legs I re-built three times until I got it right. For his shoes, I used one of my dad's loafers as a reference. And then I just reused the hands I made for my first model on Brock.

    I tried to pose him using the armature tools, but he got all bunchy and crumpled looking, so I decided to come back and work on him after I learned the new methods of retopologizing.

    It took me about 4-5 days to build Brock Samson after having worked with ZBrush for four weeks. Even though I'm not very skilled, yet, I'm quite pleased with how Brock turned out.
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    Default Final Pictures

    And then these are my final pictures of Brock Samson.
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    Would you call this piece done or are you open to some crits? For future projects I would create a base human mesh and start working it from there. Starting with a sphere and into a character after 4 weeks of training is extremely tough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrguy View Post
    Would you call this piece done or are you open to some crits? For future projects I would create a base human mesh and start working it from there. Starting with a sphere and into a character after 4 weeks of training is extremely tough.
    It's more or less done in terms of sculpting. I am always open to critique, though! I'll probably come back to this model and rework it a bit after I finish going through Eric Keller's book.
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