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really nice work, just normals are little bit to much noisy on calfs, bumped...

when compositing separated elements, next time you should build first the character and keep it for size reference, after you can build all around.

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Chris, thanks! Yes it is almost all 3dCoat done.

Just merged the body and the gear in Maya.

The normal map and occlusion baking is done in Xnormal after a "dense quad" export.

Thanks Digman. I still have to learn Messiah to make something similar to your dino presentation.

LJB. Yes it is time to make him move. Just fighting against my laziness (bought "Ace Combat4" for Ps2 in a bargain sale...)

BlackAnt Master, yes you're right about the legs. May add a r128 g128 b255 20% layer on those parts. Don't tell anybody that I use this trick :)

Changed the skin color (too pink) and the glass transparency a bit (#369)

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Completely lost in a new animation soft.

But can't decide to give up and let the poor guy with the Da Vinci pose...

Probably won't post new works for a while. Gasp.

lost_messiah.jpg

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It is Messiah. Just can't understand the way to properly set

the materials. Have to pay a membership to get to the beginner video

tutorials, that sucks... :)

I will not sculpt new things in 3dCoat before this diver swims in

a sea scenery.

Between, I like your soldier very much. It is obvious that you

enjoy sculpting. I should try this way too. See you.

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Very nice work. I wish you luck with the messiah thingy. I bought the 5 version during their campaign but I have barely had time to scratch the surface of that software :P

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It is Messiah. Just can't understand the way to properly set

the materials. Have to pay a membership to get to the beginner video

tutorials, that sucks... :)

I will not sculpt new things in 3dCoat before this diver swims in

a sea scenery.

Between, I like your soldier very much. It is obvious that you

enjoy sculpting. I should try this way too. See you.

Man that is looking quite nice! Can't wait to see it all finished up in a scene. :)

If you have any questions about messiah, let me know and I'll try to answer them. I am working on a project atm that uses a lot of messiah surfacing and animation. PS, try using the autorigger for your guy, I think it'll work pretty well.

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Thanks GeoTheFaust!

I'll have a try to auto-rig as soon as I know a little bit more

about basics. To avoid annoying you with stupid newbie questions

I'll first try to assimilate a few knowledge :)

Thank you for your kind words.

Is your project with Messiah secret?

I hope I can see it if possible.

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Hello there, it's been a while.

Too much sculpt at work and there's no strength left to enjoy sculpting at home.

I know that it's no the place to show 2d work, but, let's go! :

An old style illustation:

indian_girl.jpg

And a WIP dragon chase scene:

dragon_chase.jpg

I'll try to be more productive as soon as my company current project ends.

Cheers!

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This dragon is an incredibly good artwork.

The indian girl, the old school illustration indeed. Excellent. Waiting for a 3d version.

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Hi there. Once again my pc let me down... Just got it back few days ago.

I started a 3d version of the indian illustration (#381).

It's a way to relax with simple specs because we use a lot 3dCoat at work these

days, and it's quite hard to keep motivation for sculpts when back home.

This girl will probably be painted in 3dCoat though.

winter_indian_girl.jpg

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Thank you LJB. I just wonder if the rifle is not a little "toy like".

I don't know much about weapons. Should it be a little more wider?

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