Very nice color palette. Kerberos looks terrorific.
Good luck and keep it up.
Steampunk Myths and Legends Entry: Nick Gizelis
I loved the concept my friend, in my personal opinion it could have less machinery in the image because it seems a little bit heavier in comparison with the character
The cage model of the character, with coloured sections of the parts that will become the armour and body members…
still needs some serious topology work
To andreasng, Ataulfo and bandro - Thank you so much guys! pardon me for the delayed reply but I have been struggling with steam
bandro - You are very right, I will take care of that
very awesome details
Cool looking weapon u got there, I like the attention to details and the character blocking looks
Looking forward for more…
That’s some great details you got there. very inspirational!
Very detailed weapon Nick, good luck!
HEY Nick…I like that weapon…very Jules Vernish…
Looks like HYHENA heads on your guardian figure…LOVE IT…:bounce:
very nice work till now nick!!
i like the way you always manage to combine organic and mechanical parts in one seamless piece
arLutiK - Gerard, thank you!
Micro26 - thank you Foti! trying hard to catch up with you and your racing mouse hehe
JackZhang - I am really honoured, thank you ! I trully admire your work
ne3go - hey Nick! thank you my friend, glad to know you like it
SpiritDreamer - Glenn, thank you yes, I used them as placeholders for the cage model… till I am ready with the actual thing
calisto - Linda, thank you ! I am a big fan of your steampunk entry you know
geoath - thanks George you’ve seen nothing organic yet, I’ve got plans for this one
Hey Nick. great concept and an awesome weapon!
Did you start that weapon in Zbrush and the make the topology or the other way around?
hey that’s really looking good so far Nick! keep it coming!
Try - thank you, it’s rather weird kind of weapon, sort of steampunk powered cannon-electrifying stick lol
Still it’s totally conventionally modeled in XSI, but it’s going to receive some ZBrush treatment soon
Intervain - Thank you Magdalena! still tons of work to put on this cutie