Added red, but i think it goes well with the dark gray armour. Looks like mass effect armour, but anyways i might do another colour still not too sure, if you have any ideas let me know zbrush of course
Well, your talent is very inspiring and I may have this be my next project. Zbrush does seem fun. I recently picked up modeling with sculpey so I'm wondering if maybe some of the basic elements translate over to digital sculpting.
I have always loved sculpey and plastercine all my life haha, and yes with the dynamesh feature in Zbrush, it works very much like clay alot more now I would say that some elements do translate over, but with all things just takes time to learn too. It wont replace the clay but you can certainly work loads faster digital, and cleaner too
nice work man, i use zbrush myself and i must say the sculpting is great but i recon you should try to distinguish between material types if your rendering in zbrush, also some scratch detail on the metal armour panels always make things more realistic, do u not have 3ds max or maya?
Its great. I have to ask. I run a small comic company, and I may some day get my own comic out after I'm done helping all my friends(XD haha yeah right). The style of her suit looks like a HUGELY updated version of some suit ideas I had for my own characters (but you know better looking then anything I've done) would their be some way I could use this as a possible suit upgrade (again "IF" I ever get around to my own comic) and credit you for its concept?
i am curious how long did it take you sculpt this and the makoto sculpt. i really like those pieces. this only critiques i have are i can't see the forms of the knuckles on her hands and the nose may be a little too sharp.