For this second render I’ve used a wax material. I’ve done this to show case the curves and shape of the model. I think I’m quite content with the bodily structure, and may continue now to finer details and accessories.
Did a render of this monster early on to conduct a small study on its shape before I take it further.
I like to stop and take a second to make sure everything looks believable when experimenting with anatomy on a new monster, my aim is to get this cute little fella to look like he could articulate his limbs without difficulty. About to Move into the muscle definition and detail of the CG sculpture.
This creature has been inspired buy a mix of things, including the movement and shape of old men and their walkers plus some inspiration from the comic Biomega some of the monsters created by Collin Fix that are featured in the game Bio-Shock.
I attempted to sculpt something cute, instead of focusing on my usual subject matter.
Today I decided to go back and alter some work I was producing for my Digital Arts Course earlier last year. I took another look at this digital painting and decided to make some severe changes to the lighting and shadows, overall I think this will be the last time I alter this piece.
My beloved girlfriend requested a Frisian Stallion sculpture for her birthday present, I’ve been sketching horses for three days in preparation for the sculpture. Horse anatomy is a challenging area because their muscle structure is very bold to say the least. I’ve learnt allot from this brief study, and think it has bettered me as an artist to go outside my comfort zone and try sculpting subject matter I wouldn’t normally approach. The sculpture is unfortunately stuck in a computer for now but soon I will I’ll get it 3D printed, somewhere in Melbourne. If anyone knows anywhere please contact me, as most of the places I’ve found are only for Geometric Sculptures of buildings and Industrial design.
This sketch was chosen out of four to be sculpted.