een beetje minder symmetrie en een beetje meer skin-texture (poriŽn enzo) en da zou er nog een stuk vetter uit kunnen zien.
goe werk, ook met de portretten.
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Your 3D sculpts are looking great man, and your digital paintings are coming along really nicely. I especially like the first Heroes of Comedy pic, you're really showing improvement!
Microsoft Imagine Cup entry wip
A project i'm working on with 3 other fellow students
Shift WIP on Vimeo
and a paint form ref to get back at it
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A few sculpting practices
torso from ref
kind of an experimental piece i did tonight
Last edited by polydrawer; February 6th, 2009 at 01:56 AM.
dude, it's 6:41 and you just posted half an hour ago?
btw, "this image or video has been moved or deleted"
so what's wrong with that
btw reupped it
sculpting an akuma buste from streetfighter for a sculpting compo
nice z brush stuff, that torso could use some smoothing on top of those clay tubes tho , but nice anatomy on it, and i really dig that akuma head. I think the Hans Teeuwan portrait is the best one because of the way its painted, the brush strokes seem to be more opaque and less layered than the others , also the range of tones is a lot better. Keep it up
A few remarks and Kudo's
anatomy wise you could use some work. Don't fret! youre still better then me!
tnx for the comments, i know i should be doing a lot more studies
gonna try doing some more lifedrawing from now on
Small schoolassignment i'm working on
still needs some work but i'm getting there
and some photosourcing for fun ^^
and a final for the sculpt
Wow, your 3d modeling looks awesome ! Too much details, i love it ! Keep practicing !
contact: kikindaface.art at gmail.com
here are 2 more speedsculpts without ref -4hours for both
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