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Set Abominae - Iced Earth

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Ha ha AbnRanger! I remember watching that on TV when I was a kid!

As usual, your sculpting is great ebitz!

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Ha ha AbnRanger! I remember watching that on TV when I was a kid!

As usual, your sculpting is great ebitz!

Same here. Ebitz, are you going to try and use the Cloth tool to naturally drape the cloth objects, and create natural folds/wrinkles? I'd like to see how that looks on it. :good:

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I guess there is a little likeness there, now I'm gonna watch some Thundercats. Thanks for the comments guys, and yes I think I'm gonna try the Cloth tool AbnRanger. I've never used it before so we'll see what happens. Stay tuned.

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Update with cloth. Used 3d coats cloth tool for the head portion. As for the rest of the cloth object I used blender and it's cloth simulations. Some sculpting was performed after the fact, but both simulations give great results.

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Nice! I'd suggest tightening the edges of pretty much everywhere in the clothing, especially the bandages on his legs. They look a bit too smooth and blobby to be belivable. Just brush along the edges with the pinch tool and you'll see what I mean. Also try using the Chisel tool on the bone armpieces to make them look more worn and less plasticy. But so far your work is very promising!

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Still refining but continuing, near final I think. Taking Hasumans advice and tightening up the bandages and a few other things. More to come.

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Just finished up re-topology and texturing in 3D Coat. All objects and textures exported and rendered in Blender Cycles. Final stage is a pose.

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Well, I think thats it for this one. Posted in Gallery as well. Short description of applications and workflow listed there. 

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I have to say you made me want to join this site. I'm looking to make a story or Set in fallout 4 and was looking for custom models for it :D you sir have showed me it's possible to bring Set to life.

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