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Well, it's about time I posted some of my fun side projects up here. I make up random 3D models from time to time, and this will be the depository for the more completed ones. As I work on things I can post up WIP easily, so it might help me keep motivated.
Let's start with some monsters, as I like making monsters most.
Partially finished model, that lacks defined details because I originally intended to put fur on him. This guy has some pretty nice fur waiting for him when I finish mapping his UVs. Unfortunately that means I have to finish mapping his UVs, which is boring as heck. Since I made this guy up for fun, I lost steam on laying out his UVs partway through which is a shame because the fur looks really nice.
Last edited by frozencore; March 11th, 2009 at 04:11.
Last edited by frozencore; March 11th, 2009 at 06:24.
Again, very cool, frozen. You've got a really strong grasp on your chosen medium, that's for sure!
Have you ever tried a scene, like a little battle? Showing a small squad fighting something, etc.? I think that could be an interesting experience and give you some good practice.
ambient occlusion makes everything look better(of course you then have to know how to do/use it). Take that rhino for instance, it's just simple shapes, but when you throw in some fancy rendering it looks much better.
I think I might make a Sister of Battle next, to make something more 40k-centric. Flame weapons will offer some interesting lighting and effects that are just too cool to pass up. Plus I can finish up the Rhino and use that too. The only question is who she/they will fight.
Last edited by frozencore; March 12th, 2009 at 04:25.
Problem with multi-quoting.
Last edited by frozencore; March 12th, 2009 at 04:05.
OMGOMG DER NURGLING IS SOOOO KUTE!!
Anyway, those models look really awesome - would definitely want to see them finished with textures.