HMC #26 - Frank Frazetta Tribute - Frazetta Bust

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  08 August 2010
HMC #26 - Frank Frazetta Tribute - Frazetta Bust

Just started this a couple hours ago, thought it should be nice to do this as well. this is a tribute challenge after all.
so just for fun...
I used only move and transpose, it is easier to define mass that way, (3 to 4 levels total).
First I define with box modeling a rough shape, then switch to Zbrush tweak and if I need more loops go back to Maya, add edges and splits where needed and continue that way switching until I find good enough topology for sculpting..


Last edited by tccin3d : 09 September 2010 at 01:20 AM.
  08 August 2010
Update: divide and conquer, first brush strokes...


Last edited by tccin3d : 09 September 2010 at 01:22 AM.
  08 August 2010
Update: (Hair and eyes..)


Last edited by tccin3d : 09 September 2010 at 01:23 AM.
  08 August 2010
Now I finnaly understand who inspired him the most.. an artist draws himself first..


Last edited by tccin3d : 09 September 2010 at 01:24 AM.
  08 August 2010
This is great entry, please do post in the voting thread.
Frank Frazetta Tribute - Post your Final Entry
:Daily Sketch Forum:HCR Modeling
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  08 August 2010
Thanks Roberto, I didn't spend enough time polishing, so I decided to call it a speed sculpt...
and I did post it on the voting thanks again for allowing!
Here it is, the final:

Ortho views:

wireframe and levels (~1-8)

custom persp. views:



Last edited by tccin3d : 09 September 2010 at 01:25 AM.
  08 August 2010
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