Garagarape

Garagarape sketchbook

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Not much time to accelerate the sculpt...
Refined the helm part a bit:
 

viking_01.jpg

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Thanks Wojtek! I hope I can make good landscapes like yours someday.
Your work is very inspiring.

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Worked a bit on right arm and left leg.

 

viking_wip.jpg

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Almost done. May be with a few hours next week.

viking_01.jpg

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PIeces of jewelry made with 3dCoat and printed with Shapeways services. I hope I can so the same with the viking character!
 

shapeways_leaves.jpg

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Done! A retopo and then 3d print!
I didn't make a pedestal... three points to take balance (2 feet + sword).
Hazardous, may be.

viking_02.jpg

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A really nice job, congratulations!

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Thank you Tony! This one was a lot of fun to do.
Remembers me of old toys I had when I was a kid.
Retopo left. I may try to texture it to put it in the gallery.
Cheers!

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Hand Retopo mode on!

viking_head

Retopo, the painful work, yet enjoyable phase. 19710 polys on the head.
Want a lot of details for the 3D print. One million polys is the limit
on Shapeways services. A little fun with Maya deformers and gif animation.

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One more leg to retopo and this one will be done.

viking_one_leged.jpg

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This will look great printed>>> :declare:

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Thanks Digman. Lots of details were washed away during the
printing process. I ask for a cheap plastic upon available materials
and was punished straight on :)

In a lazy cycle once more.
Spent a few hours looking at Fuad good videos,
and dreaming I could do the same.

Ended up with that:

 

robot_doodle.jpg

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Thanks Kenmo.
I'm weak at Mech design though. Have to work more...
Here's a paint over based on previous picture:

robot_jardinier.jpg

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Love your creativity and imagination. It's very inspirational to me...  Please keep posting....

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Thanks Kenmo!
Currently using 3dCoat at work! It's been a while.
very happy to use my favorite tool during daytime.
Can't show anything yet though... The company would fire me.
Probably.

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Time to start something new. No matter if it takes time.
& Never mind the bollocks! :)

 

robot_chalumeau.jpg

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I know; it's a bit too early to play with the smart materials...

robot_chalumeau_2.jpg

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It may make the process more enjoyable, with a "there, finished that bit!".

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Thanks Tony! Yes, a way to fight laziness too :)

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Posted (edited)

I got to play with my model  too either adding textures in a paint program or adding a smart material. It just helps me see in an artist sense. Generally 3D takes so long compared to digital 2D, I would go crazy if I did not do what I just said...  :dash2:

Your work is as always inspiring my friend!

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Thanks Digman. You and Tony have always been kind to me.
Your comments give me a bit of the motivation I lack.
Yep, 3D takes time. I admire your patience when it turns to explore
new things (Photogrammetry).
Running away from 3D once more; I saw some tutorials made by John Park
on internet, and immediately ran to a stationer's shop to buy ball pens and stuff.
So easily influenced. :p:

 

robots_thumb.jpg

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I promise to go back to voxel sculpt.
Oh, no! another drawing...

astronauts_thumb.jpg

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