1/24/11

Something Different

Hey guys! I'm sorry that its been awhile since my last post. I have been busy working and learning zbrush in my spare time. I know that there are probably a lot of you out there who are amazing with this program, so please be gentle when commenting on these!;) This is literally my 3rd attempt at making a character in this program, and I am still working on him. I still have much more to do on the anatomy,clothes etc. I wanted to post something anyway to let you guys know that I am still here. I will be back with more designs and illustrations soon:) 

14 comments:

GOGOPEDRO said...

Considering that I'm not any master of the 3d programs I'm probably not the best to comment on the technical end of the work.. but from a visual standpoint it looks pretty good..

Best of luck in the new program..

P

Bleego! said...

My god, first you conquer 2d, now you've set your sights on 3d??? Heaven help us.

And keep it up. :)

kaNO! said...

It looks like your off in great direction man, It's awesome that your taking time out to learn the program, looking forward to more.

mcraaa said...

Did you learn by yourself?
It's amazing for a third attempt!
I'm a 3d student and zbrush is my next step, good job!

Martin Wittig said...

Tnaks so much guys!!
Mcraa- yes I am learning by myself, although i have been watching as many how-to videos as I can:)

A. Riabovitchev said...

Make my day!Love it!:o)

abey said...

Looks awesome!!

Max Ward said...

don't sweat it, it looks real damn good. I just started using z brush as well. Compared to real sculpting its a bit clunky, but it beats the hell out of box modeling

Carol said...

Amazing... O_o

(I agree... Heaven help us! LOL)

Taylor Krahenbuhl said...

Fantastic work Martin!

Art Sir said...

awesome, great details in the face

Chris George said...

Very impressive, Martin... And dare I say inspiring! Thanks for posting this.

Swamp Flea said...

Nice work! How difficult is Z-Brush to learn?

Martin Wittig said...

swamp flea- Thanks! Its not difficult at all. It takes some time to learn the process and tools, but after that its fairly easy.