Juan Carlos Montes

Moxstudios Sketchbook

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its been a while since I post in the forum

 

Here is something I been working

I Hope you like

 

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niceeeeee

 

wich renderer was used in he pics ?

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Ouch! This had to hurt!

Very realistic crisp details and those cuts sent shivers down my spine. :)

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From "The Mummy's Hand" or "The Beast With Five Fingers"?

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Thanks every one for the comments :D

Here is another creepy creature I start the sculpt in Blender 3d

the rest of the details was done in 3d Coat 

 

The animation and rendering was in blender 3d with awesome Cycles engine.

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Thanks every one for the comments :D

Here is another creepy creature I start the sculpt in Blender 3d

the rest of the details was done in 3d Coat 

 

The animation and rendering was in blender 3d with awesome Cycles engine.

Cool stuff. Really like it. :)

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I already admired it in BA forum.

Amazing work. 

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Very nice stuff.  How much of this was 3D Coat?

I start the head in 3d coat the half of the torso and the textures was in 3d coat

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Hi i want to share some of my creation i did for Spitsculpt challenges 

45 min sculpts with unilimited time for texturing and rendering

 

If you want to join the group here is the link

https://www.facebook.com/groups/DailySpitSculpt/

Great. All done in 3D Coat?

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Cool. I've featured your latest creations on my blog Juan.

OK?

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Thanks every one for the comments :D

Here is another creepy creature I start the sculpt in Blender 3d

the rest of the details was done in 3d Coat 

 

The animation and rendering was in blender 3d with awesome Cycles engine.

I'd reply sooner if embedded videos showed up in e-mail notifications on my phone...

This is really good stuff, Juan. How did you do the stretchy saliva? Stretchy joints? Mesh bound to hair system (or Blender's equivalent to it)? Or some other solution?

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Cool. I've featured your latest creations on my blog Juan.

OK?

 

Thanks for the feature Taros and sorry for the late repply

I'd reply sooner if embedded videos showed up in e-mail notifications on my phone...

This is really good stuff, Juan. How did you do the stretchy saliva? Stretchy joints? Mesh bound to hair system (or Blender's equivalent to it)? Or some other solution?

Thanks ajz3d the saliva was done using a Bezier Curve and both corners was attach to two Hooks.

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Hi

Here are a few more of my Sculpts

The Peach image took me more than 45 min

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Very nice. Rendered again in blender cycles?

How about the textures? Vertex colors or uv painted?

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Thanks, they are all painted with vertex colors and render in 3d coat the rest background and color correction is Photoshop.

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