Latest Disney sculpt, Scar from Disney’s The Lion King. A challenge no doubt, but I had somewhat of an easier time after the shere kahn sculpt. As always, Zbrush is my MO, starting with a sphere and using dynamesh. I made some adjustments that were not captured in the timelapse, because I had taken it to the point where I was ready to upload, but I spotted a few things that were off. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise, the final image ended up turning out much better than the first one.
Long live the king.
Another classic Disney character, also from The Jungle Book. By far my favorite character in the movie. I remember as a kid rooting for Kahn to tear Mowgli’s skinny you know what to pieces! yet another challenging piece, but I’m glad the way it turned out.
Yet another attempt at a Disney character. The Jungle Book is my all time favorite Disney classic. I think my mom went deaf temporarily hearing me sing the bare necessities song all the time. This was without a doubt a challenge to sculpt, being an animal. I think the important thing is to persevere. It hardly looked like Baloo until all the pieces of the puzzle came together. May the bare necessities of life come to you.
Another 24 hour challenge I did at the Art Institute of Washington. The theme was forgotten heroes. I was skeptical at attempting this, as I had never sculpted a human before. Overall I’m not all that happy about it, I was going to quit but a friend of mine talked me out of it. What I got out of this was that I need more human anatomy study. I like the phantom as a hero, even though I never saw or read anything about it. In the future I will be attempting this hero again. We were given a list of heroes, but I ended up choosing the phantom. Modeling was done in 3ds max and sculpting in mudbox.
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