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My first proper sculpt. I've had a few goes at other things to try out the various parts of the program, but I wanted to make something I know would be hard to Retopo and export as a model - and here she is Still working on the retopo (one segment at a time) but I think she'll look good when she's painted up. She's based on the Motherland Calls statue in Russia, using a Muvizu character for her pose (imported as an OBJ, voxelized and reworked). I really wanted to know just how thin I could make the Cloth tool and still retopo it, and it turns out you can go pretty skinny... Anyway, all feedback welcome. And thanks for being great, 3D Coat!
Hello everyone! This is the very first Community Challenge here on the 3D-Coat Forums! This challenge will be to sculpt a King's Throne! It has to be a chair (for a humanoid shaped King), but it should be decorated, big, and awe-inspiring. It should NOT look like an average chair that anybody would use. This is a special chair that only the King is allowed to sit in! Some ideas to inspire you: Think about who the King is. Is he an Elven King? Is his throne made of intricately carved wood, inlaid with magical glowing crystals? Maybe he is Poseidon, King of the Sea? Is his throne made of various seashells and coral, with electric eels living inside of it? Or perhaps he is King Louis XV of France? What would his throne look like then? In this Challenge you are required to sculpt the entire throne within 3D-Coat. Sculpting is the only requirement of this Challenge, but you are free to retopo, UV, and paint your model if you so desire. If you only want to vertex paint your sculpt (with no retopo or UVs) that will also be acceptable. The final version must be rendered either in the Render Room of 3D-Coat or you can also use any external render engine you desire. Please post the progress you are making by taking screen shots from within 3D-Coat. Also feel free to discuss any problems you run into while working, or ask any questions you might have, so that we can all help each other, and learn from one another (as this is the main purpose of these Challenges). You can refer to the Rules thread (first sticky thread in this forum) for any other questions you might have about how this Challenge will be run. The deadline is one month from today. Oh and by the way, I will also be taking part in this Challenge, but obviously I will NOT be allowed to win this one! Good luck! I am excited to see what we all create!