Master and Servant 3D Entry: Allan Spate


#1

Allan Spate has entered the Master and Servant 3D.

Challenge Page

Latest Update: Modeling: shading and tie

added some color to him, working on a purple trench coat dosent make for a greitty scene does it?

took some of your suggestions and played around with the face a bit more.

keep the comments comming


#2

this is my first challenge, I have some great idears cooking up on this one, I love the idea of a character driven topic :D:thumbsup:


#3

“Tell me what I need to know” muttered Jim Lenkins as he stared down the beaten driod. Only to maintain it’s own existance the driod began to co-operate.


#4

modeling the trench coat, man I am really strapped for time here, so little spare time to do this in.


#5

getting further along with the head and coat, any comments and crits are more than welcome. this is my first challenge after all


#6

Hey Allan,

Nice start to the modeling, if you plan on tweaking the head I would look at the Jaw . The jaw close to the neck is a little to narrow and I would try to make the eye sockets a little smaller and less square. Good luck with the challenge


#7

Nice start!

I’d take a look at the nose too, it looks a little flat, it should slope more from bridge to tip :slight_smile:

Keep it up!

Jason


#8

getting further along with the head and coat, any comments and crits are more than welcome. this is my first challenge after all


#9

what good is film noir without a fedora?


#10

added some color to him, working on a purple trench coat dosent make for a gritty scene does it?

took some of your suggestions and played around with the face a bit more.

keep the comments comming


#11

hi
i agree with koko and mmoir’s answers. You could add some more folds on the coat too.

good work!!

julien


#12

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