Frogs in love

Hello! This is my first post here since I lost my old account.

I created this work in my free time for fun and practice.

I used Zibrush entirely, from modeling, through Unwrap and textures. The rendering was also done in Zibrush and then a bit of processing in Photoshop.

The model is ready for 3D printing, but unfortunately, I have not printed it yet.

I hope you like it. Comments and criticism are very well appreciated.

Thank you for your attention!


This is great! I really like the two frogs and it should make an excellent print. Thanks for sharing. :+1:

The frogs are adorable, but I especially love the way you’ve built the support with the leaves. Can’t wait to see it printed! :+1:

Thanks a lot!

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Thank you very much!

very nice :+1:

Thank you very much, I’m glad you like it! :smiley:

A great sculp. Yet you have way over saturated the colours in Photoshop? Wonder if the client wanted this unnatural look? Yet enjoyed the subject and pose.

Hello and thank you for your comment!
The colors and entire render are from ZBrush. The only use of PS is for these shiny particles over the image, no color correction at all.
This is my personal work, so no clients opinion here. I did not search for a photorealistic image, I work as a 3D artist in a big vfx studio for many years and I am tired of photorealistic stuff. My goal was to create a colorful and funny picture, postcard as a gift for my girlfriend for Valentine"s day. And she loved it very much…
After that I decided to create 3D print, and make stl. ready for print. Unfortunately, for now it is still not printed yet.
So, once again, thank you for the comment!

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Oh I understand fully. I have just had so many years of work with photography and in only my opinion, you see saturation over done so many times. Their is nothing wrong in wanting a colourful result, I’m all for it, yet when it’s applied over the whole image and over done. It’s like beautiful women hiding her face with too much make-up right.
People are often simply over doing a good thing. Better to have focused areas. Otherwise you risk only achieving a flat results.
But it’s just my opinion ok.
Still a brilliant sculpt. So thanks for that.

I can’t wait to see your piece printed, looks gorgeous :+1: