My 1st Zbrush creature

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Old 04 April 2014   #1
My 1st Zbrush creature

Hello

So I've been working on my 1st Zbrush none existing creature.
I started out with 0 experience in Zbrush and had to do everything in Zbrush with out designs/sketches/maya/reference or anything like that, my current result is this.



I'm not unhappy with this and I've already learned allot and would do allot different for my next project (Like using subtools for once). I've seen some incredible works on here that I can currently only dream to make but now I'm wondering what are you people thinking and what tips/suggestions do you guys have.

here's a turntable: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IqP1XUDF7k
(I think its a combination of a Grashopper/bull/horse/dragon/rockgolem)

Last edited by Weedtiger : 04 April 2014 at 06:00 PM.
 
Old 04 April 2014   #2
Looks like you had fun with your first sculpt.
You can look at work you admire and try to find out what the elements are that please you when you look at that work. I would do a lot of block ins and mess around with weight and volume and expression.

Keep having fun!
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Old 04 April 2014   #3
Thanks kanga
Yea, did have allot of fun. For a next project I'll definitely try to get an actual pose going and some facial expressions.
 
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