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    Eddie's doodles, sculpts, zbrushes

    Hey guys, I'll be posting stuff from my sketchbooks, tablet doodles, zbrush exercises, and rough sculpts.

    Critiques are highly appreciated.

    This batch of sketches was heavily influenced by a medieval art history class I was taking at the time. In fact most were done in class.
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    I later developed that lion guy for a Conceptual Illustration class as a sidekick type character. His design is based on a common creature in medieval manuscripts that are essentially a head and a pair of legs, to represent a man who has succumbed to his carnal desire. They also wear funny hats.
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    Plasticene sketch. I'd like to take a crack at this in zbrush when I find the time.
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    More work from that Conceptual Illustration class. Rejected sidekick designs.
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    I have more stuff to post but I gotta go now. Next batch will have some more sculpture and Zbrush stuff

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    Here are some speed paints. 2-3 hours each
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    Asaro mudman. 90 minutes.
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    More sketches from Medieval art history class. Eventually I started forming a story around some of these designs and began exploring them further.
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    Wow, your designs are wonderful. And that lion sculpture bust is amazing : D

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