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    Quote Originally Posted by MealeaYing View Post
    Hi again!
    I'm popping back in to let you know that your work is what got me to make that tutorial, it lit a fire under my... ahem... butt.
    Also these last things you are making are exquisite.

    I would love to know how you are doing the textures.



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    Texture comes from polypainting first and some post production with photoshop after some renders using different materials, this is the main approach more or less

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    I cant possibly criticize this, I love it.
    nope...
    I don't know what I'm doing but I'm doing it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    Texture comes from polypainting first and some post production with photoshop after some renders using different materials, this is the main approach more or less
    You do the polypainting before the sculpting?
    holy cow... I hadn't thought of that.
    Thanks!
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    Awesome work!!! Did you make alot of the alphas for these? all you pictures are incredible keep up the good work

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    These are fantastic works! I wonder if you are familiar with GroBoto 3? Seems like those forms could be a good take-off point for your illustrations. Thanks for this thread!

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    thx to you all my friends..still experimenting (new materials colours and new alphas) before doing something more structured , so another one before going bed
    have a good night!!!!


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    man you must be a machine! knocking these out every night. excellant work man..
    http://shadowship.blogspot.com/

    a whoosh and twinkle is better than a sizzle and splat

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    Quote Originally Posted by tyrellcorp View Post
    man you must be a machine! knocking these out every night. excellant work man..
    ahah maybe these are macro pictures of my DNA , anyway thx man..i'm simply find the direction for come up with something really terryfic in the next days and all your support is needed
    than i'll release a tutorial for sure as soon as i have a proper complex artwork to show and explain.

    well the same version mixed with something posted before but in greyscale , perhaps is better i don't know...just playing

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    This indeed is very interesting. Of course, we'll all be very happy if you post any kind of tutorial concerning your techniques.

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    Inquiring minds want to know. lol.

    Another excellent work. I like the greyscale, very cool. Keep'em coming.

    Ezra

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    These experiments are looking Great...

    I also prefer the greyscale version on that last one posted....I think that ether grey scale, or monochromatic works best for the type of subject..just easier on the eye, and tends to unify the piece as a whole I think.
    Anyway keep going..looking forward to seeing lots more..Inspiring works.

    Glenn

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    awesome work...I prefer the greyscale version also :-)
    Would love to see a tutorial !
    Keep up the good work ..

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    Thx to you all my friends, i agree the greyscale version is absolutely better. Ok it's time to create something a bit different but still with the same approach.
    What i've attached here is a work in progress, i've created a background just to show a complete image but this creature will be part of a big artwork with a complete different scene, it's just a detail i'll add more characters here and there .. i want to create something like the masterpiece The Spell by Giger (do you know). Of course the creature is incomplete actually reminds a bit Giger's Poltergeist.
    Hope you like it, comments are always welcome.

    The Great Beast (WIP).


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    Some screenshots with Giger like colours polypainting

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    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    ahah maybe these are macro pictures of my DNA , anyway thx man..i'm simply find the direction for come up with something really terryfic in the next days and all your support is needed
    than i'll release a tutorial for sure as soon as i have a proper complex artwork to show and explain.

    well the same version mixed with something posted before but in greyscale , perhaps is better i don't know...just playing
    Man this is bad ass. Amazing work on the model but the lighting and post is great to.
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