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    Default Twisted Horror (Gremlins) - Stripe the Lifeguard

    I'm choosing to take on my favorite Gremlin and employ him as the local lifeguard at the community pool. Although, he can't actually get in the water, he will surely enjoy soaking up some rays!

    WIP images to come shortly! I hope you enjoy!

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    I think this is my favorite idea so far. very nice!
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    It would be cool if you could do him mid rescue in an outdoor setting, half in and half out of the water, so the top bit is melting to skeletal goo while kiddie-stripes pop out of his back.

    Deeeeaaaaagle deagle-deagle-deagle...

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    Nice idea! :0)

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    Interested to see how you would render the water in ZBrush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willlord View Post
    Although, he can't actually get in the water, he will surely enjoy soaking up some rays!!
    Great Idea, however, Gremlins are allergic to sunlight and it kills them, water makes them reproduce, but doesn't kill them.

    Non the less, I can't wait to see how this turns out, water must be tricky in ZBrush!
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    Could make it an indoor pool, or he only works the night shift.
    Need a "No food allowed in the pool area after midnight" sign.
    And he could wear a full wetsuit to keep dry.

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    Great Idea!

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    Lol funny. So many cool things you could do with this. Yes can be a bit trying to render out the water in ZB but it can be done. Lol maybe have the water teaming with new gremlins you know all foamy green with horrible thick bubbles and steam like stuff. The 'lifeguard' lol could be steaming from the sunlight a bit or under an umbrella to keep the sunlight off him and of course some cool shades, or a full trench coat like the flasher one from the 1st movie bar scene, Lol but have on some nose sunscreen lol. Or fully dipped in sunscreen lol I wonder if that might work lol for those little sun shy guys lol.

    good luck with this it sounds like it could be a lot of fun. Happy ZBrushing.

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    Heyo! Sorry I've been so reclusive around here, been finishing things up for the 3d Fan Art Challenge. I promise to be much more active from here on in. Thanks everyone for the support and advice. I am a little concerned of how I'm going to approach the water in zBrush, so maybe you kind people can lend some pointers. Here is the first of many WIPs that will be coming out for this project. Just blocking forms and basic details at this point. C&C is always welcome! I hope you enjoy!

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    Here is an update of the Gremlin. The cloth will be sculpted after posing and then comes the props and environment. C&C always welcome. I hope you like it.

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    Really nice sculpt you have going.. no crits right now looks great....

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    Quote Originally Posted by KurtB View Post
    Really nice sculpt you have going.. no crits right now looks great....
    Very nice clean sculpt...

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    Im digging the detail, excellent sculpt. I think you should also try a speedo so not to cover up to much work.

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    Ah looking great ! Would love to have a 3D print of that Gremlin!

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