Everyone does a Hulk !!

This is my hulk contribution. It seems as if the Hulk is the most popular post. I decided to go with a more comic book look. Im learning so input is welcome. I did a turntable but im not sure how to upload it.







When you run, left arm and right leg come forwards, then right arm and left leg.

Generally, the lower set of teeth fit in behind the upper set, but it might be that you have chosen to make your Hulk ‘gurn’ on purpose.

A colouring suggestion: try applying a light fractal noise of a different shade of green to his skin. It will make the model look more like a living creature and a little less like a Marvel figurine.

Best of luck,


You should study up on anatomy a bit more. Right off the bat, I noticed issues with the form. Just practice some sketches of life drawing to help to understand the body. For me, a great reference is Arnold Schwarzenegger from his bodybuilding days.

Once you’re comfortable with the anatomy, dive right back into Zbrush. You’ll be surprised how trained your eyes have become to notice what you had wrong before.

Thanks for the suggestions I have started studying a digital body atlas application. I hope to improve on correct anatomy in the future. I was going for a comic book look so I guess I didn’t pay enough attention to anatomy.


No problem. Just keep practicing, practicing, and practicing. Try to read up on other people’s techniques. Who knows, there may be something else there that you can adapt to your own. And keep posting too. Feedback always help

Regardless of comic book or not, anatomy is very important. Even when you think you’ve learned enough, you’ll find there is room to learn some more.

I decided to try some dynamesh anatomy sculpts like you suggested do these look better? I’m using one of my wifes anatomy books as a reference. Muscle flow is a hard concept to get my mind around.


Don’t just visualize it as one solid mass with bumps here and there for muscles. Also don’t try to just go by what you visually see, but try to understand the structure of the skeleton, and the way the muscles attach to them. Major areas that most people get wrong in the beginning is the forearm area, thigh knee area, and back, most people tend to understand or get a basic idea of pectoral muscles, abs, and biceps, but it’s all based on what they remember not anatomical fact. And almost always people run away from hands and feet.

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Thanks for the input. I agree the hands and feet are tough. I’m down to the feet on the above WIP. I can’t seem to get the area where the Rib cage meets the adominal area. The Photo you attached with the feet in different views will really help.


If you ever get a chance, sign up for a ecorche class, it will seriously get you to understand your anatomy well. Best of luck.