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Old 07-11-2005, 03:06 AM   #1
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Amazing 3D Artists (you know who you are!)

Post for our admiration your best Anatomy-Related Work ~ be it Orthographic Drawings, or Finished Models of Humans or Creatures.

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Old 07-11-2005, 08:18 AM   #2
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Ok, I'd like to post one here...

Credits: this model was made from sketches by Alex Alvarez





I hope it's related. This was a test and also a practical excercise done in max. I tried to strictly build the mesh so that it'd be possible to achieve full facial expressions - edge loops/rings etc... The mesh was built this dense for a reason as well!
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Old 07-11-2005, 10:57 AM   #3
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loocas,

This is so related, it's not even funny ~ thanks for posting this, it's awesome! Tell us, do you use ZBrush at all in your work?

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Old 07-11-2005, 11:09 AM   #4
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Hehe, thank you, I appretiate it

And as for ZBrush, I don't use it almost at all, I tend to choose the "harder" way, which is just the way my own workflow works for me, and that is modeling everything in max, I also tend to add a lot of geom. detail, that's not necessary (depending on a project, I wouldn't do that if the character was to be rigged and skinned for example!), then I unwrap and paint all the necessary textures/maps in Photoshop, including displacements and bumps. It's a bit out-dated process, but to be honest, I'm not very good with ZBrush not at the moment anyway... but I'm planning on learning at least some basics to speed up my workflow a bit (displacements/bumps/normals-wise)...
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loocas,

It would be AMAZING to see what someone like you could do with ZBrush ~ I greatly admire the work of Zack Petroc and think that ZBrush, minus the interface! is a godsend to 2D and 3D artists.

Thanks for posting, I look forward to seeing more of your work!

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Old 07-11-2005, 11:22 AM   #6
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Thanks! This is really encouraging!

If I may...

This is my latest model, I can't show you the entire mesh, since it's a commercial work, but I can show you a detail at the arm, where the anatomy plays quite a big role:



You can see the Brachioradials in "action", also to Extensro Carpi was paid a lot of attention...
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Old 07-11-2005, 11:24 AM   #7
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loocas,

NICE! Can you tell us a bit about your background and training?

Thanks!

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One more if I may,

this time it's a girl's face:



As you can see, it's a fantasy character, but it still has to be modeled in a correct way, so on the mesh, you can see the flow of the edges, they should copy the sub-surface muscule structure...

Note: rebeccak, don't take it as spamming, I'm just trying to get this thread going and learn from others as well, as they start posting their meshes/wires etc...
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Can you tell us a bit about your background and training?


Sure, I'm mainly self-taught, but I also finished a Diploma of Screen at CGC in Sydney/Australia. I, as I mentioned before, use 3ds max which I've been working with for almost 6 years. I prefer modeling, texturing, materials development and also a lot of technical stuff in terms of rigging things, setting up stuff etc... I love to study anatomy, mostly human, but animals are interesting as well! That's why I'm browsing this sub-forum as well!

Oh btw: Great anatomy stuff you've shown in the threads above! Good work!
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I DO NOT take this as spamming ~ I am excited that people with your incredible talent are posting, so keep posting your work!

Must go face the "real" world, but tell a 3D friend there is a new place to showcase their outstanding work!

Thanks for your posts!

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Hehe, ok then

This is a bit older work of mine, but still, it shows the loops on a human face. This one was imported into modo, if anyone is interested

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Old 07-11-2005, 01:05 PM   #13
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loocas,

The car is beautiful, but I would like to try to keep the thread and forum focused on HUMAN and ANIMAL ANATOMY.

Thanks for understanding

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loocas,

The car is beautiful, but I would like to try to keep the thread and forum focused on HUMAN and ANIMAL ANATOMY.

Thanks for understanding

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I'm sorry, I thought the topic was about correct topology, I didn't realize it was about humans/creatures/animals and their anatomy... I'm sorry once again!
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Old 07-11-2005, 01:31 PM   #15
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loocas,

lol, no need for apology! Your work is beautiful, and it's awesome you're posting it!

All Anatomy-Related work is absolutely welcome!

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