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    Hey Folks, very long time since i have posted anything, personal project I have been working on for a long time, as a child of the 80's , its a lot of fun to sculpt out characters from your childhood. Armour Plates were all done inside zbrush, re-topoing parts of the body with Zspheres, then given thickness and creases. Initial pose here, more poses to come as i finish of his wings and Hawk companion, hope you enjoy.




    Cheers.

    Luke
    Last edited by sixfootswing; 04-12-14 at 04:21 PM. Reason: added info

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    Some relaxed pose shots before i posed him.
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    Man, this brings back a lot of fond memories. Love the style.
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    Just a small update, playing around with this in vray, got a nice "statue" look.

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    Looks good!
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    GREAT!!!
    brings back memories!
    throwing a request for Monstar lol

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    this is amazing!!

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    thanks for the positive reply's, and a request for Monstar, hmmm, tempting!
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    Great Work.
    Definitely something I would love to print in 3D.

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