Another, one hour.
You have a very unique style, I love it... I feel like from these examples I could recognize your work anywhere!
Hey Andrew, thanks man. Yes, I'm trying to keep them all within a style. Still learning ZBrush as I go tho.. Practice, practice. Started this thread for me to sketch everyday, and then when ZB 4.0 arrives, I'll have a bit of a head start knowing a bit of the workflow/interface. For now it's all starting from a sphere, but ZB 4.0 will make me develope better meshflow also..
fantastic doodles! I like your crisp and clean style a lot.
That's a good idea... i would really like to do something similar, but it's hard to quantify for me - it's not like "a zbrush sculpt every day", it would be like...
monday, motion track in boujou
tuesday, nurbs model in maya
wednesday, poly model in maya
thursday, rigging and animating
friday, composting in aftereffects
I mean, I like being all over the place, don't get me wrong, but I kind of wish I had something to point to each day to post
And if I don't settle down and focus on one thing long enough I might never become an expert in one!
Hey, just checked out your portfolio on motionchannel.com and I love your work--your character animation is really smooth--definitely earned that "walk cycle with the most personality" award! Have you thought of rigging and animating a ZBrush model?
Wow amazing work! You got a great style
Very nice !!!
Love your style....
yes! you┤ve your style! very great! more and more! Futures sculpts now!
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Derek Frenzo; thanks, yep it's a start
Etcher; that's exactly what it is. A doodle, from scratch, no concept on paper, just started on something new. Thanks!
Here's a step (update) further, didn't like the backspikess that much, bit too much..