Jul 8, 2011
My Internet went down at home and I realized that not having it helps get things done, so I decided to do a mini sculpting project of an alien bust. The concept art came from an artist friend and he gave me this a long time ago and I decided to go ahead and sculpt it just for kicks.
Learning basic sculpting tools is interesting and I found it hard closing gaps when sculpting and making smooth curves even with a tablet. It takes a while to get those thing evened out, but you can usually get away with unevenness in organic models, a little less true for hard edge models though.
Also produced this small piece of abstract, the colors were rather arbitrary and is just a paint over of a close up screenshot of a model in orthographic view. Kind of a test and proof of concept of David Revoy's paint over technique, you can find it here in his Blend and Paint DVD training series.
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