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    Default 3d Jam #4: Pinhead - evillair

    It's a little late to join in but I never took a challenge before so I decided to give it a shot...

    Anyways, I decided to do my favorite movie character, Pinhead.

    Here's what I have so far and the ref is lower down. I'm working on the likeness right now, it's so so right now. Paint-overs would be helpfull.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Here's an update. Still working out the face...

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    Got more work done, here's another update...the face is killing me, having a hard time with it.

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    The face is good, how did you make the chains?

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    Thanks

    The chains were made in 3ds max, I just followed this tutorial then just positioned them.
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    Made a render of what I have so far.
    For the nails I modeled one of them in Maya and used the exported zbrush model with the lowest subdivision I could still see the grooves on his head and placed them on half of his head and mirrored them over then rotated a few of them to break up the symmetry.

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    Looks good. Pinhead has to be one of the coolest characters in horror movies. Plan on texturing the model?
    When you start to think of what everything around you would look like in wireframe, does that mean you have problems?
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    Thanks. Yeah, I was planning on texturing him. We'll see if I have time before the deadline though.
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    You nailed his likeness very well

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    Nailed it! (Pun getting old?)

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    NoWayOut, EricShawn: Thanks guys!
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    Default Nice work!

    I went as pin head for halloween a couple times. Made the head part with a bald wig and nails bcaked with cardboard. Deffinitely good work. Maybe pull the flesh more around the hooks? Have the hooks with the barbs come thru the other side? Just suggestions for already awesome model...

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    bipolar: ahh yes, I see what you're saying. I will do that, thanks.

    I started polypainting the face, here's a screengrab from Zbrush.

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    Good good good Btw you muight wanna break up the symmetry of the face a bit. See how the actors eyes are slightly different, and his nose to one side, as well as the ears one larger than the other. I think it would add much Good luck!

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    cherub_rock: Thanks!
    You're right, I'll do that.
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