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The hands are the best part.
Sure. By reference you mean.....?
This is juiciness. Oddly enough (for me) its your proportion of the couch to the tiles to the humanoids that hammers it all home to me.
Yeah he was originally done in Maya and I used another program to generate the paper layout. Photoshop was used for coloring the layout.
This is a portrait of Lincoln as a robot. It is made of paper. It is a foot tall. This was for a gallery that is celebrating his 200th birthday.
thanks everyone. He was cast in resin. I will post up some new picks of some alternative paint jobs that I have given him.
You have to make a mold (negative) and cast it.
I did a quick search on google
That is really cool. Clever. Nice to see something done in a fresh way instead of stand alone character sculpts. More please!!
The overall image is consistent. It is somewhat photoreal. If you wanted to make it photoreal I would double check your volumes and shapes of the nostrils, eyes, ears. Also the proportion of his eyes...
northstar: The original was sculpted in Castilene. You can buy it here (http://www.sculpt.com/catalog_98/Wax/Castilene.htm). The casts were made from Polytek Easyflo...
They are cast in resin. If you are interested in buying one, PM me.
I posted Lazybot in the Sculpture section but I thought I might post him here as well.
The first image is the original sculpt out of castilene. The next pic is my army of Lazybots that I...
Love the sculpt. I actually think the anatomy, texture, gesture, volume/shapes are better captured in the sculpt.
Solid sculpture overall. I really like the style. Is it your style or based off of an existing comic book style?
The only suggestions I would have for your next sculpt is to pay attention to the...
I have cast lazybot and have been selling some to peeps. If anyone is interested PM me. They come primed.
This is pretty damn good. Proportions and relations are so well balanced. How were the eyes done?
whoa!!! ...ummm ...interesting.
Thanks everyone. I have not picked out a color scheme yet.
Gemlock: I am working on a shopping cart in my website so Lazybot might be available for purchase.
Here is Lazybot. He needs some smoothing. I have him in wax now but he will be cast in resin and painted. He is a nice diversion from my other projects.
Just sharing stuff.
Really cool stuff.
pretty cool character design overall. I think your untextured version looks the best. Maybe due to some of the contrast you had in your grey lit model.
Yes. It is your first attempt. Not many artists can nail a piece at their first attempt. I sculpted on my own and did ok. It was only after I started to take Sculpture classes where I was given...
Pretty smart. Great results too.
I think the proper term is "lathing" or "lathe". Here is a Wikipedia definition
You basically created a small lathe machine.
Great stuff. Six hours is pretty fast. Love the gears of the treads. And love the Treads.