Great drapery study, though this subject is mostly a topology matter. Especially when a geometrical texture gonna be applied.
sculptor.zb - thank you!
bLawless - thanks! yes these things happen with zbrush it seems, but maybe others know of ways to fine tune it in such a way. but as a sketch/ study i didn't look into it much.
rudymassar - thanks! yes, maybe in future i'll try to make a more polished drapery study.
michalis - thanks! yes.
so, moving on from the skull i did a study of the spine. not too polished or exciting.
Looks great , love the drapery study on prev page too!
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great work man! i'm from the detroit area myself (now in chicago), just curious did you go to CCS or any other school in MI for 3d?
keep it up!
Love the backbone study
I will finish it one day!
Etcher - thanks!
gnarART - thanks! i actually did go to CCS for a year, but i thought if i was going to spend that sort of money i wanted to be in a more developed 3D program/ closer to the industry. so i went to AAU in San Francisco for 1.5 years before i decided the amount of money wasn't worth it to me to stay. i'm back in Metro Detroit(Clarkston, if you know of it), but i don't plan on staying much longer.
magalhaes - thank you much!
LeeJMilner - thanks!
greta details and style, love teh part under the mouth and above them, you shcoudl throw soem more sharp wrinkjles into thsi guy liek that ;]
hahahahaha, oh myOriginally Posted by EricShawn
slocik - thanks! yeah, there definitely more i could do with it. it's sculpted from a sphere for practice, i think if i wanted to polish it up more i should probably retopo it. perhaps i will, my lady seems to think i should do that and pop it on my website.
EricShawn - haha, thanks!
why retopo ? He seems to have nice enogh poly distribution to still work on it ;]
You coudl really push it in teh time it woudl take you to retopo ;D
the upper eyelids are the worst, for the most part the rest is fine. i suppose there isn't a huge need to, i guess i just like nice topology . i'll think about it, perhaps i will and add some clothing or something since i should work with cloth a bit more.