I wanted to add a little more to this character so I decided to turn this Sculpt into a half body Sculpt instead of just a head and shoulder bust. Still in the early stages of sculpting with basic body forms and no posing yet. I will hopefully 3d print this one out when it’s finished. Created in SculptGL and Zbrush.
The greedy Easter bunny has eaten all the chocolate eggs. Created in Zbrush. Happy Easter!
It’s best to view Sketchfab models on a PC or MAC for correct lighting
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+.
As always to see the correct lighting and shadows it is recommended to view Sketchfab models on a PC or Mac.
Sketchfab has kindly helped to organise a Halloween 123D Sculpt+ challenge. It’s a mini challenge that’s worth a look! It’s been created especially for 123D Sculpt+ artists who are up for a challenge!
All information about the challenge can be found at the Sketchfab 123D Sculpt+ forum page.
I recently came across a great sculpting program called Sculptgl. It’s a free program by Stéphane Ginier. It has a lot of powerful sculpting features that I have yet to explore but so far it’s a fantastic program that deserves more recognition! This is a test sculpt created in Sculptgl testing out it’s features on a ASUS Vivo Tab8 tablet.
Sculptgl can be found at the following link.
I have been working on a couple of Street Fighter characters. I have never sculpted anything from Street Fighter before and thought I would try a few of them. So far Zangief and Guile created in 123D Creature/Sculpt+ on the iPad.
As as always it’s best to view Sketchfab models on a PC or Mac due to shadows not being displayed correctly on an iPad!
Doctor Zoidberg from Futurama. Created in 123D Creature/Sculpt+.
As always to correctly see the lights and shadows it is best viewed on a PC or Mac.