June 27, 2010

Zebra sculpt




So today I tried sculpting a Grevy's zebra and here are some progress photos. The legs are in the early stages and I still have to fix the anatomy and smooth out areas. It was a bit difficult to get the model to balance on the thin legs but it stands by itself now. I will post more pictures when its baked and painted.

17 comments:

Adam Temple said...

Very cool!

Daniel Caylor said...

Love the line flow.

Betsy Bauer said...

I love the shapes you managed to get in 3D. Nice, nice work. Can't wait to see the painted version!

abhishek singh said...

love !!LOVE the pose,
esp the legs, very graceful:)

Skim said...

Looks awesome!

Megan Nicole Dong said...

This is just beautiful!

A. Riabovitchev said...

Amazing sculpture.:o)

Marco Nelor said...

WOAH very nice very nice. something about that really tugs at the heartstrings! Your blog is very inspiring!

jazzlamb said...

So much grace!!! I love the way you exaggerate the weight and volume distribution. I'd love to know how big it is. I wish I could see it.
Such a delight to see your work, always!

lincoln said...

fantastic shapes! It's an interesting process to take an incredibly stylized form and get it to conform to physics...it's a sign of excellent design, my friend...!

Enrique Fernandez said...

Not only you have a great hand for design, also an excellent hand for sculpting! Ouf...bravo!!

Antonio Santamaria said...

OOHHH!!! Beautiful pose. Great sculpute, congratulations!

David Colman said...

awesome andrew

KC said...

i couldnt help getting goosebumps going through your blog.

Tel Coelho said...

GREAT!!!!!!!

Ethan Karnopp said...

So radical, shape design is on point!

B.B said...

Magnifique! I love the buttocks :)