Slayer, Guang Yang (3D)

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  11 November 2012

I must sat it is a nice piece of work. I am battling to tell if it is 3D or 2D which to me is good. I love the pose of the "Slayer". Very niiiiiice :-D
  11 November 2012
Awesome combination of Talent + Skill + Perseverance + Technology. Unbelievable.
Bringing ideas to life, not just literally but aesthetically.
Camou Studio
  12 December 2012
Great job and great idea! Really like this one.
  06 June 2013
It is maybe the best scene i'v had seem before!
Let me ask a question.
Why mudbox is inside your workflow?? What part it takes in this process??

Sory for my english!
  06 June 2013
As much as I love the sculpting and scene setup/effects, I have to agree that he needs to be covered in much more blood and gore, and not just clear slime. The hair should be slicked down with blood/gore, and should cover most of him. I'm sure you wanted to show how well you painted his skin, but it makes it feel like the dragon/beast/thing is just a prop that the guy posed to look like he's stepping out of, instead of it looking like he cut his way out.

The flesh of the creature should be running blood as well. There should be pools of it on the ground, it should be flowing from the wound.... well anyway.

It is masterful other than that. Lots of care and attention went into the piece.
  06 June 2013
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