Starting to do some 3d sculpture sketches. Needed to take a break from painting. Haven’t decided if it’s going to be a regular thing yet
I discovered that concept sculpting is a lot of fun and lets you explore various idea’s rather quickly. I sculpted this entirely out of my imagination with no refs. My inspiration came from the peacocks I sketch at the zoo. They look so flamboyant. I was curious if I could cross a bird with a dinosaur. I was curious what it might look like. This model has some glaring anatomical issues that would need to be fixed if I was going to develop it into a finished sculpture. But since it’s just a reference for a illustration I will be painting soon, I’m not too concerned about fixing it at the moment. Feedback and critiques are always welcome. Sculptris. 3 Hours
Here is a detailed image, just in case you can’t see the turntable video.
I needed to try a different outlet for my creativity tonight, so I sculpted this humanoid dragon dude rather quickly. I used Sculptris. I sculpted him in about 2 hours. I find it surprising that painting all the time has also improved my sculpting as well. The last time I made model in Sculptris a year ago, it was terrible. This is a step in the right direction. I going to make some more 3d monster sketches in the future. Software used: Sculptris. Time spent 2 hours. No UVs or textures.