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    Love him, especially, the coloring from pink/red to green. The chromatic aberration type look work well with him too.

    - Neil

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    Thanks for the kind words all, and here is a time lapse of the sculpt!


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    Using it's beak, flesh is pulled from the carcass. While its many lip like appendages provide grip and suction to feed.


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    Awesome! These are some really nice sculpts. I'm surprised I haven't seen them before.

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    Wow! I especially like this last one. Very cool work indeed!!

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    Thanks guys! Glad you like

    Here's another sketch from tonight -
    commonly known as Galli by the natives. An aquatic primate like scavenger that is typically seen lurking along shorelines, waiting to harass any unsuspecting prey.


    process vid here! http://youtu.be/n1Y2XKXdqgE


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    great stuff.

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    Love the skin texture and story!

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    Very cool creatures!

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    Thanks again all! Here's some more -

    Alae Falcatae
    from tonight's Livestream!

    An air born predator. It stays aloft in the upper atmosphere with the high winds. Feeds on other high atmosphere creatures. Alea Falcatae has never been documented on the planet's surface.


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    really digging the Papstein zoology

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    some more for the Zoology

    This is the Valentine Boar. Confuses and surprises its prey with the large head crest and tendrils. Called the Valentine Boar for its heart shaped hood and strong red colors prominent during mating season. Extremely territorial.



    making of process for the Valentine Boar - Happy Valentines 2014 everyone!


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    Nice job, especially that Valentine Boar, looks like something I would see on the Discovery Channel.
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    Hey everyone! Phoenix Atelier will be hosting my new program - Character Pipeline for Games r2!


    An 8 week course following the production of this character, the Starchild. Using tools like Pixologic's ZBrush, Maya, Topogun, Marmoset Co, and Adobe Photoshop. Daily video lessons, weekly live sessions, and full access to critiques and feedback from myself and your peers. like, share, and pre-register today!
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    Really Nice design !

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