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Old 08 August 2007   #46
SrinGO - fantastic Welcome!

nmcelmury - thanks for joining in - it's you guys that make the workshop

oliveira - Well it's getting interesting! Great to have you on board Alex!

now I'll have to get cracking with mine

Old 08 August 2007   #47

I found this young lady on the internet,

and since I really like the expression on her face and the skin details I decided to use that as my reference.

Hope I can put something together until the 18th of sep. since I'll be without a computer then due to a move to London...

seeing forward to all the great sculpts from you guys!
VFX Artist


Old 08 August 2007   #48
I'm in, if I can find the time! This should be good!
Old 08 August 2007   #49
damn mudbox crashed

pretty early shot but well it crashed, i'll see when i'll have some time to start ober an older revision :/
bonus vir semper tiro

some timelapsed videos
Old 08 August 2007   #50
Ill do the 15th..
Alessandro Vittoria (1525-1608)
Ottaviano Grimaldi

this is the initial base mesh..
modeled in max.


Rafael Grassetti
Old 08 August 2007   #51
wigal - great reference! Looking forward to your model

KrakenCMT - awesome to have you on board!

Neox - shame it crushed indeed! Still a great start - you can save it

gra7 - nice choice and already the base looking fine!

I will start my lady tomorrow! Keep'em coming

Old 08 August 2007   #52
With the mentioning of the word "wrinkles", I think Uygur elders.

So I will be doing one.

(One of the reference I got off the web. Not exactly doing a match up on this one, just some reference on the crazy wrinkles I am thinking of adding.)

Here is what I got so far in 2h 30mins from my own basemesh(Currently subdiv level 3 with 20312 polys). Yeah I know I am too slow. Still got alot to tweak, especially proportions. And so far I think I still have gone too far up the divisions, looks blobby right now. Have to collect more refs on elder bodies to really get a sense of the masses. He's still to strongly build currently. I don't think regular people and especially older people have tender muscle forms like I got here, surely need to sag the skins but still the surface looks too tight. Will be doing more tomorrow since I still got to do my required daily drawing sessions and novel writing before I sleep. I will pose him in layer soon and more overall sculpting.

Last edited by BLX : 08 August 2007 at 01:59 AM.
Old 08 August 2007   #53
Great topic guys, i'm in!!

I found this image on the internet, and i'll try it..

i couldn't found the name of the guy who made it..

here is the website - http://www.gateto.net/Portraits.htm

good luck to everybody!!

Update: It's from Leonardo DaVinci... sorry!!

Last edited by WolfMcfly : 08 August 2007 at 11:03 AM.
Old 08 August 2007   #54
we have some nice concepts here..
can wait to see all the models..

start the sculping.. just finding some nice proportions..

comments are welcome!

c ya!

Rafael Grassetti
Old 08 August 2007   #55
I´m Totally In!!

Magdalena: What a nice thread =D thx!!

Rafa: Nice start my friend! keep that up, you know that your work is aways an inspiration.
'The things we do just to keep ourselves alive'
Old 08 August 2007   #56
good stuff!!!

This is my first Zbrush pass... just trying to get the volume right...

and the base mesh I used. An old attempt to model my wifes head

VFX Artist


Old 08 August 2007   #57
You chose a great topic. This should be very interesting to follow. I really would like to be able to get in on this one, but I'll be doing 65-70 hour weeks until the Ontario election (Oct 10th) so it doesn't look likely.

Good luck to everyone involved, I imagine I'll learn a lot seeing all the different techniques to bring in age
Old 08 August 2007   #58
So, here is my first try.. just a simple model, to see how the topology works..

And here is the mesh i used as base.. a really really simple model of a friend of mine..

This is my first work with ZBrush, so your critics and comments are really important to me!

Thanks guys!!

Old 08 August 2007   #59
Here is my Base

SILO 2.0 ~ ZBrush 3.1


Old 08 August 2007   #60
Hi .nice starts.Hope to see more works and big masters here to learn more and more.here it is my work till now.Mostly traying to catch the base shape of the head.
Critis are wellcomed.
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