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DIGITAL SCULPTS FOR THE FALLAS FESTIVAL 2021

Hi. I’m sharing with you the works that I did for Las Fallas festival in 2020, as it was finally celebrated in September and October this year. I hope you like them.

Falla “Ribera - Convento Santa Clara” by Carlos Carsí and design by Ramón Pla

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Via Twitter by @ladybathorymum

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Via twitter by @CalabuigPaco
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Falla “Exposición-Micer Mascó” by David Sánchez Llongo and design by José Santaeulalia

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Falla “Nova D’Orriols” by David Sánchez Llongo and design by José Santaeulalia.

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Falla “Camí nou” (Alzira) by Toni Pérez and design by Diego Iglesias.

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Amazing works, so much talent in these digital sculpts as well as the work after that, including the painting of each of these characters. Congratulations to all of you involved! Gracias por compartir en ZBrushCentral Moises, abrazotes desde Cali :wink:

Jaime

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WooooooW, mind blown! kpuf

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These things just keep getting better every year! And such a shame to see them go up in flames… :cry:

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I said it over on artstation, but I’ll say it again here :slight_smile:

I just love the volumes and the gesture of these, I’m genuinely jealous of your skill - very motivational.

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having them temporary and then burning them feels like something close to sandcastles. :slight_smile:
epic

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Thanks for your words! I’m glad you like them… we are already working on the monuments for next year, that, hopefully, will be seen in March at the usual date. I think they are going to be very surprising. So, I’m looking forward to showing them to you soon. :slight_smile:

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Awe inspiring concepts, sculpts and realizations-thanks for sharing so many images!!!:sunglasses::+1::star2::star2::star2::star2::star2:!!!

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This is absolutely phenomenal ! Everytime you show the new creation is a wonderful day for me as I know I’ll be blown away. Can’t wait for the next one !

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Spectacular as usual! So glad the event went ahead this year. The final painting is just so good. Can’t wait to see the next lot. Stay safe and keep on sculpting! JC

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Wow! Awesome!

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Great to see your work here again, Moises!! The “Exposició-Micer Mascó” falla is in my neighbourhood and I had the opportunity of finally visiting it last September after so many months of doubts. Nacho Riesco was these days in the city and we remembered that the octopus had already been featured in ZBC some time ago. Fantastic work in all the other pieces as well… Congrats

¡Y sí, ojalá este año que viene las cosas sean ya normales!! Abrazos

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Thanks guys! Thank you Jorge, I’m glad you had the chance to visit it…hopefully more next year! :slight_smile:

Oh wow, this is incredible. Sculpt turned to colossus! I definitely want to see more of that.
Those night shots are so eerie and awesome. Fantastic job.

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I might risk the flames just to steal one of these.
Delightful work and always a treat to see what you’ve been working on:+1:

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Amazing stuff! Beautiful sculpting.

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Thanks for your comments!

Wow.

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Wonderful characters design, I really love both the forms and the colors, so stylized, a cheerful explosion of life.
But why did you burn them?!?! What a shame! :confused:
Ok, I know, I know. :wink:
Anyway, could you tell us more about how you went from ZBrush scultpings to statues? In other words, from virtuality to reality? What kind of materials did you use?
Thank you.

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Hi. Thank you! yes you can see here a couple of videos that show the process. At the workshop they usually don’t use 3d scanners very often nowadays as it’s shown in these videos, but it gives some information about the milling process that can be clarifying. Sorry but they are in Spanish.

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