Al, this is my favorite piece by you to date. Rocks on every front. This needs to be printed.
Joe!! Thaks a millon bro, glad you like it!
Bas! lol it seems you never saw my traditional sculpting works!!!! lol
Here is an exmple
Btw, this last piece - the skydiving models - will be part of a two-figures posing with transpose master tutorial in the upcoming Scott Spencer's book about zbrush!
This is jaw dropping!!!! I love it!
Are you guys in the mood for some quick concepts?
Last edited by alterton; 01-29-12 at 09:35 PM.
Great work and cool concepts,you should have these printed
A couple of questions if you don't mind Alterton you have such a great handle on zbrush
Do you use perspective when you sculpt?
When you sculpt something to be printed do you use perspective ?
Does perspective make a difference on the print?
Last edited by brian20; 01-29-12 at 09:51 PM.
Great stuff. You said quick concepts. How long did you approximately work on each piece on average?
It looks really good all of them, very inspiring
Love is all around
Available for working.
Confess, man. You made a deal with the devil. There is no way on Earth one person can be so amazingly prolific
The breadth of your vision and scope of your technical achievent is mind boggling.
And I've tracked your work in this medium since early on...stunning to see, man. Stunning.
Brian! Yes dude, I always work with perspective on, and it does a different when printing!
Pro! quick models, because I customized and re use some parts, and also haven't paid too much attention to details in the model. Can't really say how long it took to do each one cause they were done between gigs.
Ase and Aj... thanks guys!! glad you like them
Joe "freaking talented" Menna!!! come on, you were there, in fact you introduced me that day to the Devil, don't play the innocent guy on me!!! LOL... And it is tru, you were there from day one bro, you were -and you know it- the kick in the nuts I needed to start playing with 3D!!! And I am more than thankful for that bro!!!!
My zbrush brothers! This is a piece I did last year, and today Sideshow toys posted the gallery at their site http://www.sideshowtoy.com/?p=37511 . Everything was done with Zbrush!
Art Director: Jerry Macaluso
Print Shop: Ownage
Paint Master: Mike Najera
Producer:Pop Culture Shock Collectibles
Distributor: Sideshow Collectibles
It has two versions; the regular version comes with body parts of "CallmeKenneth" robot and the first lawgiver, while the exclusive version comes with "Sharky" lying on the floor and a massive lawgiver!
To the pics...
CallmeKenneth version zbrush model
Sharky version zbrush model
now the painted images!
look like future cop superhero! the mega great work,,,,,,,,
his facesmile is near Arnold Schwarzeneger ! ooh
so great work man(or woman) " iam not racist !
i wish you da TOP-ROW
last thing,, make a " gun FLASH"
Last edited by lemontmoon; 04-10-12 at 05:17 PM.
by Raphael Constantine Lemontmoon
experiences: Concepting, Character modeling, enviroment modeling,3ds MAX rigging,
3d motion tracking,composition, vector graphics, texturing, animation, UDK level design