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!
Princess Leia Organa from Star Wars A New Hope. Very early stages with face adjustments and a lot of hair sculpting needed. Created in 123D Creature/Sculpt+ and rendered with Sketchfab.
If you haven’t noticed yet Sketchfab have updated their realtime model viewer with some new features.
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.
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.
Not that much of a change. A few tweaks to the model and testing out the lighting in Sketchfab.
A little more sculpt tweaking and painting. Still more to do in 123D Creature/Sculpt+.
Sloth from 1985 film The Goonies. Still a W.I.P with more sculpt tweaking and painting to do. Created in 123D Creature/Sculpt+.