Harley Quinn, another ZBrush sculpt for resin casting with my good friend Huseyin Kosin. We are working out the final details, but will update when resin kit is available. This is part of a 4 series of collectibles he is
The Mursi Girl was my first big ZBrush project 3 years ago. It was done shortly after experimenting with ZBrush’s new Dynamesh features, and learned a great deal from sculpting her.
Dragon Speed Sculpt, first pass
Muhammad Ali piece made for 3D printing, currently being manufactured as jewelry by the retailer. An avid boxer and Ali enthusiast, it was truly an honor to work on The Greatest! Sculpted and prepped for 3D printing in ZBrush, rendered
So excited to announce partnering up with Pixar’s RenderMan. The Centaur will be included in the software release, https://community.renderman.pixar.com/article/232/centaur-scene-1.html The Centaur has been produced by Ownage as a 7″ kit, available at CGmodeling.com/Shop
New Buddha design. ZBrush sculpt as well as a nice photo of the casted Jewelry. Excited to receive a copy from the retailer, and will post more information when available.
My first jewelry design piece! I was surprised and thrilled to receive a copy from the manufacturer, and will post when they have the Jesus pendant live and for sale. It was a pleasure working with the retailer to get the design specs, and served as a
Toys will be Toys! Split up into 11 fitted parts to make gluing easier, the initial pass of the Centaur kit came out perfectly balanced. It is put together at 8 inches height with medium quality resolution. You can see the second round
The Venom has been printed! A while back I had won a Sculpteo 3D Print from an Easter challenge on CGTrader. This allowed me to check out their printing resolution with a design of my choice, which came out pretty
“In a perfect post-apocalyptic world…” My attempt at Michonne, my favorite character from the walking dead. For those behind in the show, this is not a spoiler, just a little fantasizing with the characters. The goal of the project was