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    Default Porgs on Ahch-To - rasmusW

    i think it's about time i start learn some new zbrush trickery and what better occasion than a contest for a fantastic initiative.

    i haven't really decided on a concept yet. i dabble between two ideas. first one is arch-to populated with porgs and lukes lightsaber. the other is "jabba's throne".
    i made some very crude sketches to give a better idea.


    have fun everyone.

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    Funny, I considered doing a Jabba's throne before I landed on Slave 1. Can't wait to see what you go with!

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    Porgs!!
    Nice illustrations.

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    hahhahahaha I completely forgot about the porgs! great idea
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    pooorgs!

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    thanks a lot everyone.
    i'll go with the porgs... -so i hope to get started tonight on the blocking.

    looking forward to get started.

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    here's a small test of the concept in 3d.
    not sure what to think yet.

    trying to think a bit of practical elements in it aswell.


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    This is so cute!! I love the concept!!

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    very fun concept! haha
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    Great start keep it up =)

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    Great start. Love the Jabba idea but I would definitely lean more towards the porgs. However, I would be concerned how many of the kiddos would know these guys.

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    thanks a lot all of you!

    gabo1991: i really didn't think of that. well i best cross my fingers and hope they saw the last jedi.

    here's a little more progress. i did a base for the porgs.
    the body was made using the good old dynamesh, and then i remeshed that to get a lighter base.
    the legs i tackled a bit differently. this might not be the smartest workflow, but i tried a different approach than i normally do and therefore learned something new. (yes! it is more or less my first time using the poly modeling tools.... -shame on me)..

    i did a small breakdown of the process.


    next time, i'll start looking on the cliffs.

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    Very funny concept! It's gonna be great!
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    here a little update on the cliffs.
    i started with a cube, and tested some of the deformers, mostly just for fun. the main shaping tool was trim dynamic brush.


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