long time lurker so figured it was time i started posting up my work.
Im going to treat this thread as a sketchbook for my z doodles and finished sculpts etc so to kick off heres something im working on at the moment,it was for the horror heads mini comp over at gameartisans.I chose Meg Mucklebones from the film 'legend',the comp only required a bust,but since i want to update my portfolio with some nicer,more current pieces,im going to take her through to a full posed sculpt.
Giri_Babu:thanks,wrinkles on the wolf chest or megs chest?
since this thread is for my doodles in zbrush aswell as more finished sculpts heres a load of doodles i did a while back,90% were from the default sphere in zbrush..and with the exception of the full body sculpts,they were done pretty much in 1hr 30 minutes.
Giri_Babu: she appears naked in film...only extra element to her is the 'swamp'weed as she emerges out of the swamp. im going to come back to her at a later date for extra polish,her back hump needs ridges and i have to add finer skin folds to stomach etc....
this picture gives you an idea of how she will look with swamp weed,once ive polypainted her the weed will look more natural instead of just being stuck on ..(oh and ignore the base,it was just a test)
took the 'Drooler' character back into maya to add teeth and hair etc,plus a slight reshape,it still needs a bit of pushing around the face area but that can be done in zbrush when i get sculpting.
Also started next character,'Bloater',the picture is my ( not so rough) base mesh from maya so theres no sculpting on it,....just wanted to see it with some colours ,theres a few things needing fixed up before i get into the sculpting,like the wings and hands etc...but its heading in the right direction
i havent abandoned this thread,..just been busy so its been mostly lunchtime sessions getting these done.
did a bit more on drooler, and ive started on a sculpt of a robin,base mesh in maya.Aim of the bird was to produce something similar to what was made in this tutorial http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthread.php?t=61941 , but with a british bird instead,figured i would set it in a winter scene so should be fun with lighting and snow etc
thanks for looking
how do i display images full size and not just clickable thumbnails?!
Last edited by free-willy-PB; 10-28-10 at 11:15 AM.