Wow, just WOW!!! You rock!!!
Dang m@, you're on fire.
How are you putting the model together? Is it all Zbrush or are you rendering it out elsewhere? I'm learning Zbrush at the moment, so i'm intrigued as to your process!
popjordan : thanks. I'm nowhere near him though.
Capprotti : hehe don't worry, this can't be an insult for me I'm not trying to conceal the fact that I'm at the moment, more than heavily influenced by Mullins' style. Thanks for the 3d. I'm using 3dsmax Zbrush and Vray.
Rebecca : awww, you're too kind with me
Erilaz : thanks Martin. I'm importing the mesh directly from Zbrush to max and render in Vray. It's a heavy process but easy :p no need to play trial and error to find the good displacement values.
salaryman : thanks a lot man! always happy to see you stop by glad you like those flying things. And hehe, well, Zbrush isn't that hard! (no I don't want to make you feel more retarded :d ), but it sure is a bit strange interface compared to traditrional 3d softs. Though you just gotta know a couple of controls (like me, I'm nowhere near using the program at its full potential), and you can have great fun on your meshes.
holy shit, that 3d bust is as sick as your interdimensional predator! Love it!!
m@, good sir....talk to me about your brushes. what are you using? if you don't mind my asking. wonderful updates, btw!
That is beautiful! wow I really like your last update. Good job m@!
im loving your landscapes and sceneries. They really give a sense of realism and movement. keep it up man!
M@ ! WOW ! I miss so many good updates ! You rock ! Donc, tu travailles également avec la 3D ? Beaucoup de cordes à ton arc et tu fais mouches à chaque coup, hein ? Bravo !
I looove the funky colors on that one. It's like you have the entire spectrum in there, but it doesn't look garish, and none of the colors look out of place. Awesome, inspiring. pld:Originally Posted by m@.
I don't know much about 3D modelling, but those u made look really nice. Keep it going, and i still expect another step by step
Check put my schetchbook if you please
great work you've got here. Your sketches are very inspiring. Love your handle on the female form.
Your high rez three dee stuff is great too. For that bust, are you working with Sub-D's or just modeling straight out?
Looks great though.
redehlert : thanks. About brushes, I work a lot with simple round or square bruhes with opacity. Then I have some scattered with diffeent shapes : dirt or cracks taken from photos, simple random shapes I drawed, stuf like that. I also use a lot of color variation on brushes now, color variation is sooo important.
Skeiff : thank you.
j a k e : thanks man!
Julien : merci! I try!
LoTekk : thanks man, glad you like the craziness actually if the values are there, you can pretty much put any color and it should look right.
T-Raktor : thanks .
majinpunisher : thank you. For this one I used a simple base male face , and deformed it and sculpted it all in Zbrush. No SubD. I imported the 2 million poly object directly in max to render it :p
sone_one : thanks
update on the head. Rendered in ZBrush now (not tryignto be realistic here, just to show themodeling more acurately)
Hey M@! Thanks for the info there! Very helpful.Originally Posted by m@.
With color variation, could you go into a bit more detail for how you have one of your brushes set up?
Are you talking about setting the color variation for the stylus so that the foreground and background color picks are toggled due to pressure of the stylus on the tablet?
Thanks again for the assist!
If you would use this, It should have very narrow color and value diffrences between the forground and background color, or else things will look messyOriginally Posted by redehlert
sweet update dude. Hope more is coming!
Check put my schetchbook if you please
Crap man.. Crazy fuckers like you with fucking fantastic 3d work like this shape the future of 3d gaming.
hey m@, really nice colors and mood in alot of these
that zbrush pass looks good as well
sweet as it is!
like it a lot m@
So far, i "only" knew your 3d work, glad to see there is much more behind it
very funny to see what you made from the sega photo btw.
i'll come back to this sketchbook as often as i can.
Thanks m@ (and EVIL) for the comments on this. I'll check those options out. When I worked on a pacific northwest spawning salmon project, the irridescence of the fish made for useful shifts of color using that color shift action while using a pastel-based brush. I haven't found much use since, but I haven't tried the format you use.Originally Posted by m@.
T-Raktor : more IS coming!
EVIL : hehe , well not yet me... not working on real time stuff so far
jamscho : thank you
e338 : hey man! glad to see you stopping by my thread. Yeah I should try some other experiments from photos , like the sega one. Thanks for your comment!
redehlert : np man.
Dile : thank you
Atmospheria : thanks Emrah!
new speed paint.. 1h30ish, took pictures while doing it, Im gonna post a step by step later.. now I'm too tired.
Dude, I ABSOLUTELY LOVE your speed paints! They have such life in them that I don't see in many finished pieces today and that's very refreshing. Your 3D face is pretty wicked too. Has some character to it.
If you don't mind me asking, how long have you been using ZBRush?
dude you have some killer stuff in here! May I ask what programs and brushes are you using? I'm floored by your range of edges and subtle color variation!
great work! once again CA inspires my to draw and paint!
M@, that 3d stuff is great ! You should post some of them in the finished section, in my opinion. Great stuff !
Then get on the motherfucker!Originally Posted by m@.
By the way, love the greens on that last pic!
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