Lotney ‘Sloth’ Fratelli

https://skfb.ly/PWwn

He’s finaly finished in 123D Sculpt+ and has been converted and uploaded to Sketchfab. As Sloth would say “Hey you guys” to see the correct lighting and shading it is best to view Sketchfab models on a PC or Mac!

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Sketchfab Improvements

E.T. Created in 123D Sculpt+. Rendered in Sketchfab.
E.T. Created in 123D Sculpt+. Rendered in Sketchfab.

If you haven’t noticed yet Sketchfab have updated their realtime model viewer with some new features.

Gremlin Monster. Created in 123D Sculpt+. Rendered in Sketchfab.
Gremlin Monster. Created in 123D Sculpt+. Rendered in Sketchfab.

One of which is the new depth of field option. If your 123D Sculpt+ models are looking a bit flat and boring then try the realtime render viewer from Sketchfab.

Easter Bunny. Created in 123D Sculpt+. Rendered in Sketchfab.
Easter Bunny. Created in 123D Sculpt+. Rendered in Sketchfab.

Supreme Leader Snoke

Snoke, Created in 123D Creature & Sketchfab.
Snoke, Created in 123D Creature & Sketchfab.

Thought I would give a Star Wars The Force Awakens character a go. A bit hard to get clear reference material but here’s my attempt at sculpting Snoke. It will be a bit limiting to get detail in 123D Sculpt+ but this is what I have so far for a few hours. It would be a lot easier if the sculpting tool size limits were smaller and to have more polygons. Created in 123D Creature/Sculpt+ and rendered with Sketchfab.