My Pumpkin Sculpt
Last Halloween I decided to try my first attempt at a pumpkin sculpt as I had seen various awesome ones on the net.
I really enjoyed sculpting it but its kinda annoying when your sculpt starts to go mouldy.
It took around an hour and half to create.
This is a work in progress sculpt of a full figure that I am doing for Scott Eatons digital figure sculpture course. still adjusting forms and proportions. wicked course by the way
This is my torso study that I did in my first week.
Here is another version of my full figure sculpt with detailing on the face. still need to work on his hands and feet.
More refinement to the body and detailing of the hair.
Heres a test I did using keyshot
Male Sculpt Turn Table
Some more anatomy segments
This is another portrait, of the actor Morgan Freeman. I still need to finish the cloths.
I did this sketch of an awesome guitarist called Eric Bibb, I went to see him in concert which inspired me to draw him as someone who I admire on guitar. It took about an hour in all to finish
This is a very old sketch I did. I have taken it into photoshop a done a quick grade and a vinette. I am looking to do more work on it soon.
This is a quick photoshop comp I did of a UNSC Marine from the halo games.
UNSC Marine Turn Table
some new character concepts I have been working on.
I had this idea floating around for the past week of this giant tangled type tree creature. I am going to add a druid in the middle of the scene as if he is a traveller got lost and stumbled upon this wooden fellow. At the moment this is very rough work in progress but i will work on it more and eventually make it in 3D. Been a long time since I have posted in my 2d wips but this is one new concept I have been working on. My first try at adding textures to a drawing I did in my sketch book. Here is Steve, he is kind of a hill billy mechanic marine type of guy. Another little play around with textures and lighting in Photoshop.
Here is a photoshop painting that I have been working on lately. The reason for creating this image was to play around with colour and lighting to try and gain more experience in these areas.