Tried out some XYZ techniques on skin in marmosetco , still rough, just working out the kinks, balancing out the three displacement maps into a single normal map has been something I'm adjusting in Substance painter Just testing out some new workflows.
Tooling around with my Chippendale Hammerhead Shark last night in Marmoset toolbag and a quick material blockin in Substance Painter. Gotta add bubbles and stuff for the final, just getting back in the flow for 2019.
Hey guys, regretfully the class filled up pretty quick, so November is booked. Thanks all for the Support!
In the meantime, another very talented character artist, Peter Zoppi, is also doing a mentorship as well. Why don't you swing by and give that a gander?
Link for his class: https://thementorcollective.com/character-art-mentorship-zoppi
Hello! long time since posting, sorry. I've been very busy with work and other projects, One of which I'm incredibly excited to tell you all about!
I can officially say that I'm the newest mentor over at the Mentor Collective, Run by my buddy Josh Lynch Do sign up for November classes! I'm here to help in any way I can to help make your characters the best they can be. Sign up today! And thanks to Josh for the chance to share the info
First twitch stream in two months. So I wasn't going to go hard on anything, just something conceptual from a sphere. About two hours
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just throwing some color on the skin to see where I need more detail in marmoset. might wrinkle him up a bit, diverting from the concept a little. just so that it feels a bit more like mine. I don't know.
who I love dearly. Took some quick shots of two prints that I had done of speed sculpts I had lying around. Each one was graciously painted by my friends Justin Rodriguez (Beefcake batman) and Stephanie Gitlin (Demon). Love how these came out, such an awesome thing to share with with everyone.
doodling a concept by Ilya Bondarenko last tonight. Definately interesting matching the drawing. Kinda rough, simple WIP sketch.