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    This is the start of the sculpt for the character in the animatic. Earmuffs are comin.
    Also a redesign of Polyphemus

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    hi there! cool Sb so far!!!
    about the last one I can´t say a thing, I don´t know much about 3d stuff! looks interesting though!
    keep it coming
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    i really like how you colour your guys, can you show me a process?

    Just put it in my Sketchbook, or message me in there or something if you do.

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    you have a really cool but scary imagination lol keep up the good sketches

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    bigfooTrooper: Thanks
    My57: Yeah sure, you mean the guy with the pot on his head?
    GetiX: Haha cheers man

    More sketches.
    I'm gonna call the naked gnome guy done for now...
    The other guy was a concept for a plant zombie jam on devart. It's an old piece, but I'm thinking of working into this character alot more in the coming weeks.

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    The bark of the elder makes whistles for children
    To call to the deer as the rove over the snow;
    'I am born in the dark, 'says the Green Man,
    'I am born in the dark, 'says he.

    exerpt from William Anderson's "The Green Man"

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    cool stuff jacky, push further!

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    ruuhkis sure thing

    todays life drawings

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    a bit of character design, This guy is called Hob

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    interesting character. good figures....thats all i really have to say.

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    Hey man, cool SB! Dig the zbrush stuff! The only advice I would give you would be perhaps to use a bigger brush!?

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    Your stuff is looking very nice
    Unique and new
    I like all them life drawings very good
    Your digitals are also improving
    Keep at it bro!

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    My57 Cheers man

    D@niel Thanks Dan much appreciated

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    Here's a few more ideas for Polyphemus. Apparently the idea for the cyclops could've come from elephant skulls found by Ancient Greeks. Who'da thunk it?

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    Just a small update this time. I've been having loads of problems with this head I'm sculpting, and I can't for the life of me figure out what needs changing. Any drawovers would be muchly appreciated.
    Cheers guys

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    cool stuff man! good looking 3d work!

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    That Hob character is looking nice. Do you plan to make a 3D model from him?

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    Flaskpost Thanks man, I'm really enjoying doing 3d stuff at the moment

    carlosranna Cheer Carlos. I might make Hob in 3d, it's sort of a toss up between him, the Green Man, and Polyphemus. I think I prefer Hob at the moment, but I'm waiting for to hear what my tutors think about em.

    Here's a little more work on my character, and some scribbles

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    Hey cool sb, it's really nice to see you use such a range of diffrent tecniques to express your art. Keep up the good work!

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    Meilin Cheers man, it keeps things interesting

    Well my tutors liked the cyclops most, so here he be.
    He's gonna have the original corinthian helmet design with the one eye (at top of page), and hoplite shields strapped to his shins.
    I also need to devise a way of covering his loins, with some kinda cloth.

    Crit away, I don't know if he needs a smaller head or not, it might help make him look bigger, I dunno.

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    really enjoy your 3d models mate, especially the definition of the muscles.
    As for those charachters in my sb, they are for the weekly challenges at the CHOW area. It is in the section of the forum labeled community activities. Cheers man.

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    Goog Cheers Goog, I'll have to check out those weekly challenges when I get the chance.

    Here's a little more work on the cyclops. Just tightening up some of the muscle forms, and sorting out his head. Please tell me what you think of the new head shape and tusks.

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    Very nice work, your figures are very balenced.
    Cant wait to see more man!

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    Really really good.I love your models and espesially the gnome king (rulez)
    Keep up

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    some more things I done

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    I love hob D: I wanna see more of him. You have a very creative style, and your 3d models are looking fantastic! Keep it up!

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    Your 3d models are pro work.
    Now about your pencils i may suggest more confident and clear lines
    Keep up mate!!!

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    Great work on this cyclops I really like how that is looking. I think it is a brilliant idea with the tusks, never thought of that before.

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    kingkostas Cheers for popping back and giving me encouragement, you're like a lovely old yoyo.
    I'll definetly try and tighten up my pencil stuff, I've always been a bit rough with my pencil work

    copperfire Thanks copperfire, I like Hob too
    It's a real shame I couldn't have modelled him up instead of my cyclops redesign, but I guess it's good practice to listen to what your tutors tell you

    Mischieviouslittleelf Yeah I don't think I've ever seen cyclops done like this, I always loved the Harry Ray Hausen cyclops with their single horns, and goat legs, but I find cyclops tend to look pretty generic usually.
    It's cool doing different things with characters that seem to have their designs so set in stone.

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    Very cools tuff. Love your style!

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    Hey jacky!
    As usual, your 3d models are just excellent! the muscles are so well defined.

    the cyclops really unique in design ,never seen these b4, and thats what makes it amazing.

    keep it coming!

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