Have been spaming Instagram with this dude last days and it's most likely better to post him here instead. This is not final, just playing around with poses and face expressions.
10 months ago
Cute. A tiny, cute little tuft of hair on his head would have made it even better.
give him underwear.
@Vaibhav Bhat will give it a try :)
@Ryan Murphy haha Y-front? he has a spandex-like dress and a tie normally but he likes to be naked on profile pictures.
@Mikael Eidenberg he's a little flirt. maybe something slinky.
Aaah I see what you did there ;)
Uhm... why is he naked? :D (btw great work with expression ;) )
@Ryan Murphy I got some ideas now :)
@Nathan Walker ;)
@Mateusz Dembek Added "nudity" to tags, hope hes not getting removed. Thanks, actually this is really fun and I learn alot, every small change makes a big difference to the expression.
@Mateusz @Mikael yeah, sorry Mikael, had to report this as inappropriate.
hehe, without joking though, the slight texture on the character makes it really 3d-ish! Dig the result! :)
LOL, one of my friends oddly enough resembles him. ( Of course he wears clothes though :P )
@Thom hah! actually I made him look like clay at first and never removed that texture when I made him blue-ish again, he will look more like a desaturated blueberry when he is done.
@George Otsubo Really, thats fun : P
Are you going to animate him? I bet a ton of kids would love to watch a show starring Barry.
@Ari That was the idea but damn what rigging sucks ass! need to upgrade my 3d software and see if a mesh deformer can make it easier, he is pretty simple in shapes so... :)
wanna see the light setting. SHOMME!!!
I LOVE IT
@Konstantin Datz it's the first time I used AR in like 5 years, its just 3 lights randomly placed front left, right and behind. the Face, bubble etc is PS. Ever tried vray btw?
haha nice looking guy!
9 months ago
real awesome work mate i love it !
8 months ago
Awesome its meeeeee :)
awesome work brother
about 1 month ago
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