I've always been fascinated by these majestic creatures.
Did you know:
-They could live to be 60 years old?
-They could weigh up to 12 tons?
-An adult of [only] six tons would need to eat 400 lb daily?
-Females were pregnant for up to 22 months for one calf?
Me neither. Much more here:
5 months ago
@Timothy J. Reynolds i know you cannot stop doing this +10 ;) tweeted n no need to thank again n again :)
I really hope this gets a 1000 likes! I wish you had prints because I really love your work!
Great lighting! I think it's a neat low pol, but somehow I don't feel this translates as well with a woolly mammoth, esp. with the feet. Love the tusk curve though.
I knew it! You're remaking ice age low poly style ! but seriously nice work
nice take!! I just did a low poly goat; and I have to say, low poly animals are so fun to model.
polygonal mammoths are neat.
Magical lil guy!
Thanks a lot, guys! He's going to have some company soon.
@Nick Slater @Dave Ackerman I've got prints available here: www.society6.com/turnislefthome
Looove as usual!!!! You have these special little touches with this style that totally makes it ownable for you! Wonderful!
@Dave Ackerman @Timothy J. Reynolds Yeah Prints! A whole lot of awesome prints!
It's totally "Reynolds Style"!
this is your masterpeace
Will you ever do a tutorial of how to make this sort of stuff? I am really interested in starting on this sort of art!
Wow, i like!!
So flippin' cool. As always.
3D print please! :-)
Damn that's awesome.
Thanks a lot for the kindness, everyone. Glad you like it.
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