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    Default Leo Haslam sketchbook

    hey hey. been a member on here for a while now and thought it's about time I start a sketchbook. my main reason for doing this is to motivate myself to keep the work coming and improve my skills. i'm not a profesional but i'd like to be, at the moment its just a hobby. i cant afford an education and i've taught myself from scratch so i would really appreatiate lots of constructive criticism to help me along the way. right i think i've rambled on enough now so here it is. enjoy

    first doodle with the awesome new zsketch feature. i call it
    "man-machine-spider-scorpion". how inventive lol

    mmts 3qu.jpg

    mmts side.jpg

    i made this one in anticipation of the new hard surface brushes. cant wait to use them.

    CharacterStrip.jpg

    i've posted this one before but i made a few subtle changes and what the heck here it is again

    final face resize.jpg
    Last edited by LeoAMD; 10-03-09 at 05:46 PM.

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    bad assed man! I too am not a professional artist, although I've been drawing and sculpting all my life. I'm very impressed with all the work on here, and it motivates me when people upload their workflows and tutorials. It helps me to aspire for better things ya know?
    Anyway, again you have beautiful work there.
    Did you use a skeleton mock up for your scorpian creature?

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    cheers dude, much appreciated. yeh me too, i've been drawing and sculpting for as long as i can remember but until 2 years ago i had no idea that you could sculpt with a computor program. zbrush has really turned my life around creatively.
    the scorpion thing was just made with zspheres. i was originaly going to make a spider so i started out with the armature for the spider body and legs and then used zsketch to start building up the form. eventualy i whent a bit futher with the armature and added the human body and the tail. heres a picture of the armature withe the zsketch ghosted out. once again thanks for the kind comments

    3/4 angle

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    side

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    bottom

    mmts skel ghost bottom.jpg

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    another quiky

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    i really like this last one,
    looks great

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    Default Great job!

    LeoAMD: I like your scorpion hybrid, has a nice contour, some zsketch parts that flow very nicely. The second "alien" zsketch looks very cool, like the head especially. Keep on posting like to see more of your zsketch's and what you with the hard surface brushes.
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    cheers guys. heres a concept of what i am working on at the mo. had this idea a while ago but have only just started work on it.

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    nice man. I like the scorpion guy and the second one even more.

    looking forward to see this new concept come to life. looks promising, especially if you can get the feeling of motion that the sketch has.

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    heres where the soldier is at the mo. modeled in 3ds max.

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    havnt posted in a while, been to busy. heres somthing that i started today.

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    DUDE YOUR AMAZING!!!! youve got some talent killa zombie by the way

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    Thanks E-kG. Heres the final image.

    MEGA ZOMBIE
    mega zombie resized.jpg

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    Nice texturing. It was polypainted or done in Photoshop?

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    cheers man. it was both. i just watched scott pattons new video from the gnomonworkshop and got some really good tips on polly painting in zbrush and then enhancing it in photoshop. i had loads of fun doing this

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    Dude, that's a pretty nice zombie~!
    Love the texturing..but how did u make the individual fibers/hair on the body? done in ZBrush or another 3D app?

    Btw, there is something annoyed me looking at that image..the ear is missing..but heck its a zombie hehe

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