Recently electrostaticly flocked the E.T. 3d Print from the previous post. Not the right colour but it’s only a test.
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.
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.
A bored alien waiting for the big party to kickoff. Created in 123D Creature, posed in 123D Sculpt+ and rendered in Keyshot.
Another 3D Print, this time an Alien model I created in 123D Creature. Cleaned up and posed in Zbrush. Printed at 0.1 mm, 20% infill and with a print time of 10 hours.
Meshmixer was used to create support structure for the overhangs. Two prints created so far with Meshmixer support which creates quite clean areas when removed.
Added a little more detail. Modeling still not finished but I wanted to try a paint test. A quick 5 minute test to see if extra detail can be added in the texture.
Base model created almost a year ago but now getting round to sculpting him. Base model is more complicated than I would create now.
I will take him as far as I can in 123D Creature and add more detail in Zbrush. Starting with the head trying to get the right shape. Next I will work on the body.