Ree-Yees from Star Wars Return of the Jedi. Two to three hours spent on this model so far. Created in SculptGL on an Asus VivoTab 8.
A work in progress of Lenoard Nimoy’s Spock from the original Star Trek movies for the 50th anniversary. Created in 123D Sculpt+.
Well after along time I finaly got him finished in 123D Creature/Sculpt+. I will probably improve the model in Zbrush but as an iPad sculpt he’s finished for now. To view the model click on the above image. To see the full lighting and shadow effects it’s best viewed on a PC or Mac.
Almost finished sculpting and painting Admiral Ackbar for the Sketchfab Star Wars contest. So far all sculpting and painting created in 123D Sculpt+ and 123D Design on the iPad. Zbrush has been used to compile all model parts together and to export to Sketchfab. Hopefully he will be sitting in his chair on the rebel bridge. The contest page for Ackbar can be viewed here.
I’m currently working on Admiral Ackbar for the Sketchfab Star Wars contest. The scene I am doing is the “it’s a trap!” from Return of the Jedi. Hopefully I will have a full body sculpt with him sitting in his chair about to say his famous line. So far I have started his head sculpt in 123D Sculpt+. All final detail will be added in Zbrush due to the limitations of 123D Sculpt+. You can follow the progress at this link here or by the image above.
An alien tribal leader from a desolate planet. Final image on the left is from 123D Sculpt+ and the image on the right is comprised of light passes from 123D Creature.
Here is another alien design, T-Bone head. Created in 123D Creature, 123D Sculpt + and rendered with Keyshot.