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    Default Michael Montes Port of Works

    Lizard guy I made a while back. Sculpted, textured, and rendered inside of Zbrush. I think lizard guys are cool, but I never see any with proportions I particularly like, or are close to the reel lizard anatomy, so I thought I'd give it a go. Anyway let me know what you guys think.

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    lovely sculpt but the head does not seem to flow with the body
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    yeah I know I tried breaking the mesh apart, like in the video tutorial for creating a 3d print. it didn't work out too well for this guy though.

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    Oooh well never mind

    I can see you rather like the cavity mask aswel......hehehe
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    You've got a good eye on ya Sparky. I can tell that you're going to be a fun one to chat with.

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    Haha indeedy
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    Default RoBot

    Here Is another Guy, Did pretty much everything in Zbrush, accept texturing and lighting. I used Marmoset for the lighting and rendering.

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    I like this guy
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    Nice Design, man! Best I've seen for a lizard-like design (speaking of someone who's actually DONE a lizard-man design). Nicely done!!!

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    Default Demo Reel

    I am a character artist, I tried to run the gambit of different types of characters. I wanted to show adaptability as well as range of skill.

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    Lizard texture is awesome

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    to dagonet

    thanks for the compliment

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    you've come a long way from 2 years ago

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    Default Male Torso Quick Sculpt

    Well this wasn't that quick maybe 3 to 4 hours. Haven't done anything that really shows of my anatomy knowledge so I thought I would do this. Had a lot of fun making this I like how its turned out. Who knows I may use it later.


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    This is really nice work. The lizard guy is great.

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