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    Like everyone else, I decided to start a sketchbook. Im an artist from Chicago who is always practicing and has a long way to go. Eventually, the goal is to break into the industry.

    The first post is a collection of what i have worked on the last year. I also have a toy project i will be posting soon.

    C&C always welcome

    Thanks for looking.

    This is the last character i finished. Its Nathan Fillion from Serenity/Firefly.











    More in the next post.

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    This was sculpted in Zbrush, Decimated, and Rendered in Maya MR

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    (zbrush screens)








    More coming soon

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    Firefly is one of my all time favorite shows, along with Serenity. Great sculpt, man. And I really like the sheeted female figure. There's good tension and movement, but also a grace to the pose. And it's a nice departure from the typical heavy, complicated body armor or over emphasized anatomy studies. Keep up the good work.

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    Thats a really nice piece loving the posture, anatomy, the movement of her body and arms,
    the arms at at the and view i love

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    I love the girl, beautiful. I can imagine it printed and on my desk, :-)

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    the sculpt of the female is really great. very well done. I feel like its too dark, and doesn't do it justice. the lighting you have is great, i just think it could use a bit of levels adjustment.

    2 , 1.13 , 144 should leave you with a nice result in my opinion. great work, id like to see more

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    The female figure is a beautifl work.

    Congratulations. I really love it.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Stunning female figure!

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    Cool female modeling, I like the idea!
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    Magnificent! The woman sculpt is very special ... gesture, mood, execution. Bravo!
    And so we came forth and once again beheld the stars.
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    Thanks everyone,

    For whatever reason I have never considered to do a 3d print of this. Its something i am going to consider.

    Thanks Shepard. B , I will totally do some adjustments, As of now these renders are straight from maya, no touch ups. It probably needs some PS love.




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    For the last year I have been working on a toy project for a small start-up company in Chicago called Box o Zombies. After a lot of work, 3d printing, prototyping, and looking for different manufacturers, the figures are finally ready to be released.

    I did the zbrushing over a year ago. When we started the project we had a strict deadline and wanted to get them out by Halloween. This didnt give me very long to sculpt the figures.

    Anyway, here are the figures. I will also be posting the old zbrush screens i took.

    For those wondering.

    -These are a max height of 2.5 inches tall.
    -Made of a high quality PVC material
    -Paintable

    The figures are small so it was hard to take some sharp photos.
    These are the boxes they come in.
    Illustrations were done by artist Anthony Sixto.



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    If you have any questions, I will do by best to answer them.

    Thanks for looking.
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    Can this company print other things? like if i wanted for one of my models printed could they do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockey14 View Post
    Can this company print other things? like if i wanted for one of my models printed could they do that?
    hockey14 - It was actually to expensive to buy all of the equipment to do this, so we had to outsource. We went with Ownage printing. They also manufactured our boxes. If you wanted something printed you could contact them or a similar company.

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    #2 just blows me away!
    Also cool to see your toy project - I'm a toy-designer-customizer myself. Looking forward to see more from you!

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