I wanted to make a break from the intense tempo that I've imposed on myself, and take part in the cg image contest to both learn and relax. I'm using Discworld characters for references and making my own. Also, both the troll and the agent are made from Billy Corgan sculpt that I did some time ago. Lady in distress, if there'll be one, will be also Third image is the scene concept.
Here's a litle text tutorial of this one, if anyones interested: basemesh 3ds max tube, zbrush standard brush freehand + alpha 10 (star alpha) to block the "vines" shapes along the ring curve, and again standard brush with no alpha to create the cavities along the ring and also define the shapes litte more. I really really like thhe star alpha combined with freehand mode, and use it extensively.
very kewl heart Cherub.congrats on bamboo fun.haha as i'm using it too.
my sketchbook thread
Hi, I'm starting to freelance, and to start my portfolio I'm offering a free model job, a model which I'll use for my portfolio, you order and I deliver with no money or any other compensation involved, only the credit. If someone's interested offer me a job and I'll pick one I feel most comfortable doing and get started, only I have a few more projects so perhaps it'll take some time. Also I will not be resctricted from my own touches
I'm willing to cover everything from modeling, texturing, rigging to animating.
I'll do my best don't worry
The head is just for promo purposes
How about Ganesh???
That's a great idea it would be an interesting excercise and I always liked Ganesha superficially, I'll decide tomorrow though, when I have more offers
I'll pick the one I consider most challenging and closest to my sensibility, and the animation would be kept easy and simple. I encourage characters with hair/fur as well, and when it's all done I'd send you the ztool, textures, and .max files with the rigs and animation.
there is many ways to make money knowing this stuff. just need to be creative. i design custom carpentry in maya and show renders of what im going to make before i buy the wood (tables chairs desks bookshelves, bedframes, soundproofed recording booths etc.......i use the grid in maya as inches..or every square is 5 inches), and in the end of the day i sculpt faces in zbrush for fun ....... point being- using 3d to assist you in other ways can put u far beyond others. at least it worked for me... im the only carpenter in my area that knows maya and i can build the stuff just as good as the next guy
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