A work in progress of Admiral Raddus from Star Wars Rogue One. Using a low poly base mesh and imported into SculptGL. Still early stages and trying to find more reference material. He may look like Admiral Ackbar but he has very different features. I will be creating more models in SculptGL now with the termination of 123d Sculpt+. Sculpted using SculptGL on an Asus VivoTab Note 8 tablet.
I thought I should finish the Princess Leia model for now. RIP Carrie Fisher.
Created with 123D Sculpt+, Lightwave and Zbrush.
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Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Created with 123D Sculpt+, Zbrush and Lightwave.
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Just a small update to the Princess Leia model I created earlier this year. I hope to make further improvements using Zbrush in the new year. Created with 123D Sculpt+, Zbrush and rendered with Sketchfab.
I have finally finished the Tarkin model. Created in 123D Sculpt+ and 123D Design on the iPad with final rendering in Sketchfab. Maybe eventually I will correct the facial and polygon errors in Zbrush. But for now it’s finished.
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This is my final piece for the Sketchfab Halloween 123D Sculpt+ Challenge. As I’m involved with setting up the challenge my entry is just for fun and encouragement and not to win anything.
Extra details were added by painting colour, bump and roughness maps on duplicate models in 123D Sculpt+ for the Sketchfab model editor.
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A blind vampire design created to encourage people to enter the Sketchfab Halloween 123D Sculpt+ Challenge. It’s still a WIP but I hope to have it finished by Halloween night. Created in 123D Sculpt+.
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