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Old 02-03-2011, 10:24 PM   #1
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Today some mate of mine asked me to design something like a cover for a PC game he's working on. I made a quick sculpt in ZBrush and finished the rest in Photoshop. Whole thing was done in like 2-3 hours.

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Old 06-03-2011, 06:06 PM   #2
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awesome job for 2-3 hours. love them baby blue eyes the text should probably be sharper. it looks nice as a picture, but i don't see why it needs to be blurry especially on a cover
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Thx, I see what you mean. The text was actually a placeholder, til I find a suitable font. I do those quick works mostly deep at night, after I couldn't get anything really good done during the daytime.

Here's another quicky. Base mesh made in ZBrush, rest edited in Photoshop.


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The second one looks much better, more definition and a wider range of textures. Though the eyeballs could use a more organic feel to mach the rest of the entity, some translucency and less reflectivity perhaps. I would actually love to the see the first concept with a similar level of detail.
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looks pretty sweet
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Yeah, that looks really nice. It looks gastropodiacal!
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