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I made an armature last night and have spent most of today having a go at a full figure. It's obviously very much unfinished, but I feel it's at a stage where comments and crits would be valuable.
Please let me know what you think.
Last edited by nicodemus3d; May 8th, 2011 at 04:32 PM.
And these are some pics I took during the early stages:
Awesome anatomy, give him a guitar
Any thoughts on what he will be holding/doing?
Nice work sculpting is some I want to do to!.
There are some anatomy problems I did a paint over to fix what I think is wrong with the collarbone area & gave him a moustache! I hope you don't mind!.Also you might think about turning his left foot out to give him a stonger pose.
This is a good site learning about anatomy!
Thanks JamesSimons. That's much appreciated. That's a nice quick reference site too. I might turn his foot out a little more and will definitely be addressing the collar bone issue. Now it's been pointed out it's glaringly obvious. Thanks for taking the time to look over it.
Weirdly, as I was sculpting I always imagined him with a beard and moustache. Obviously some of that still came through.
@JonKross, he'll probably be holding a large hammer or axe (no not the guitar kind ;-P )
Spent a bit of time blending in the muscles and scaling them down a little. The back and head haven't been looked at yet. I think I went a bit overboard with the abdominal muscles and rib area. I'm off on holiday for 2 weeks now so I'm looking forward to doing something a bit more imaginative when I get back. This sculpt really helped me get to grips with some of my tools and to start working out at workflow that works for me. Practice practice practice.
Don't move away from this guy yet. There is loads of potential here. I think you should work on the eyes, they are what is throwing this guy off a bit, assuming you are sculpting the average human, the eyes appear to be a tad too close together, and they are definitely set too far into the face.
You have a really good grasp on the figure though, I think you have a great future ahead of you!!! Keep at it! Looking forward to your next post!