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  10 October 2006
I took some liberties with the pose.. hope its not too bad..

I think this sculpture was done rather late in Michelangelo's life.. Looking at it, I am persuaded that the great master was at the peak of his sculpting prowess and his knowledge of anatomy towards the end of his life.. maybe he just lacked the stamina to carve marble for 20hrs a day as he did in his younger days.. anyway, i think this piece shows much more insight and maturity than any of his earlier work, though it is incomplete.

Last edited by anandpg : 10 October 2006 at 10:51 AM.
  10 October 2006
another sculpt coming up..........

Last edited by anandpg : 10 October 2006 at 09:32 AM.
  10 October 2006

Here is my 4th sculpt for 'Torso'
after "Study for a Nude" by Michelangelo

  10 October 2006

I bought a scanner, so I can post my sketches too!!

from the video "Pumping Iron"

after "Truth Unvieled" by Gianlorenzo Bernini
  10 October 2006

Just wanted to tell you THANK YOU for shareing...
Your step by steps are a really big help to me, me a better idea of how to use those
Z sphere's...proportions ect.
I am fairly new to Z BRUSH, and totally new to Z sphere's....just now working on my first model using them....Looking at your's, , I can now see how and where I can make improvements on my next THANK YOU..
By the way....I think your work is FANTASTIC.....VERY INSPIRING....

Glenn Gallegos

  10 October 2006
Amazing pieces of 3d work. Really inspires me to try and sculpt something. Looking great! And I do like the drawing of the girls body, although the hand looks too big. Keep up the outstanding work!
My anatomy thread
  10 October 2006
Hi Glenn.. nice to know my images helped. thanks for the nice words.

Razz... thanks for the kind words.. yes, the the arm is a bit large.. Actually I started with studying the arm and drew the torso as an afterthought.. so it went out of proportion!

Here is one more sculpt... again after Michelangelo


Last edited by anandpg : 10 October 2006 at 08:50 AM.
  10 October 2006
my sketch for the sculpt:

  10 October 2006
hey anand!

looks really good. gotta try it out some day.
do you always start with zspheres?

  10 October 2006
Thanks, Abyss..
I usually start off with maya... I am able to structure my mesh better in Maya. ZSpheres are better for quick jobs like this, but they dont always give a clean mesh. You will need to clean it up a bit in Maya.
  10 October 2006
Smile Proud to join this forum again....

Hi anand,

Allow me to convey my sincere wishes for all the work you had posted here yet. More over I should say "Some of them are still there who really flow, admire The master - Michelegelo. "I saw the angel in the marble and I carved until I set him free." Giving life to a stone or a mesh is not a simple thing.

Now its the time to start modelling again after a long long time... For atleast to post in this thread... So i am starting of with a WIP portait of a girl Drawn in Photoshop with mouse.

Eagerly awating to see more completed works from the master.

- Sivan
  10 October 2006
Hi Sivan!
Welcome! Great start on the portrait... I think you should start your own sketching thread and continue posting your work regularly.. Eager to see the girl's face finished!
  10 October 2006
Hey bro - thanks for stopping by my thread. Your work is great!
Ive been saying to a few people lately that ive jus started playing around with zbrush...
its great to see someone else pushing and at a very accomplished level on these anatomy challenges. maybe i should try a torso...
consider ur thread watched

edit: man that study for a nude is awesome man!
hehe the arnold sketches. I jus watched pumping iron myself. It inspired me to join a gym and get my fitness up (not on the steroids tho, i dont think ill try for mr olympia )

Last edited by MatthewRodgers : 10 October 2006 at 01:06 AM.
  10 October 2006
Hi Matty!

Thanks for dropping in. Yeah... I think you should start doing torsos in ZBrush, too.... Its fun!!
  10 October 2006

Really awesome work here! This is my first time looking through your thread and I'm very impressed ! Your drawings are really great and your sculpture is amazing. I don't work in 3D myself, and have actually gotten some very useful insight into how it's produced from your thread. Thanks for not only sharing your wonderful work, but also for giving us a glimpse into the process behind it.

Cheers !

BTW, I agree that the "Pumping Iron" studies are very cool........


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