This ones for MagiKUnicorn(Real Joly).
In the future somewhere in Montreal the Quebecions arrive to pilage,scalp and take your wives kinda thing..lol:)
Modelled,textured and rendered in zbrush.
I made the creatures head first from a sphere.
Then I made the face decor by extraction masks I painted over the skin setting the depth of the extractions.The body suit I made from zpheres2 and then converted to a skin.I used the subtool option to add sections of the body suit and outer headgear.After that I went to cs2 and psp to do some colour adjustments and minor detail touch up.
Thanks for looking and your remarks on Zira.
I'll try to get around again over the next couple of weeks to see whats been going on:)
MagiKunicorn always has been a good friend to many people here myself included.Making video clips and images for others and the kind of person that makes a big difference to a lot of people.MakiK has been a friend for many years and I hope many more.I only can offer an image based on your heritage but changed for a new future perhaps:)The Quebecions are coming...
Dec 13, 2009 7:15:33 pmby jif3d Homepage »
And there I was thinking about a trip to Canada, in this case I think I'll packed some back-up and a few burly friends !
Neat Zeebrushin here Cal, those new tools create some kool modelling effects, IMHO, I think the cheek strap should have been made from another sub-tool, more polygonal, like it's being stretched...just a suggestion, still tip-top stuff !
Well done & ~Cheers~
Dec 13, 2009 8:03:01 pmby Chaosphoto Homepage »
I always read your descriptions of how you create these amazing creatures even though half that time I have no idea what you are talking about.
However you do it I am always impressed, even more so because unlike most of us you seem to start from scratch
Dec 13, 2009 8:31:24 pmby mikeerson Homepage »
It gives me a feeling of a character such as "Preditor" = would love to see all your characters that have the face framing sitting in a bar or around a fireplace or lockeroom.... just to show some interaction.... would be could to see some emotion exchanged between characters. It's another FINE portrait.