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Sculptures I did a few years Ago

Here are a few maquettes I did a while back. I use to love sculpting. These where done in Sculpy and Magic Sculpt. Now I work mainly with Zbrush, but all that work is NDA and I can't show much. I did thisfun little demon a while back while I was learning the program.

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I saw that Klux maquette on another gallery site somewhere, and loved it. It's an absolutely beautiful sculpt. The shapes and masses are wonderful, and look good from every direction.
As always, great work!

i love the white organic machine design, really cool proportions

August 1, 2009 | Registered CommenterDavi Blight


Marvelous work -- thanks for posting, you evil amazing bastard! Cheers.

[ *instantly devalues all previous personal attempts at sculpting* ]

August 3, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterWilliam B. Hand

Damn, that looks cooler than Pyramid Head from Silent Hill 2.

March 17, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJon Smith

Why did you stop sculpting? Don't you miss it?
Your work is so inspiring and motivating, as well as humbling, by the way, thank you for sharing =)
How do you get inspiration for your creatures? I mean, how do you start a sketch? Do original shapes and concepts come to your mind easily now? What do you turn to when you need a nudge?
I absolutely love your sketches, I go to them a lot for reference and inspiration.

Sorry for the avalanche of questions, I have loads more but I probably need to slow down a little...
I hope you still read these feeds...O_o

May 9, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterMyriam T

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