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(C) Art by Kryptikk

Discussion in 'WildStar Fan Creations' started by Kryptikk, Nov 2, 2013.

  1. Kryptikk

    Kryptikk New Cupcake

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    Hello ladies and gents (or should I say CUPCAKES). The work I will be posting is something I haven't seen much of on here so and its a bit different then what some may have knowledge of, if you got questions feel free to ask!

    This is where I will be posting some Wildstar Concept art inspired 3D work that I am doing currently. I will update regularly and as with anything I do Comments and Critiques are always Welcome and Appreciated!

    The first project I have decided to undertake is the Chua Fireplace seen in this lovely concept by the great artists at Carbine:
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    And here is Update #1. About an hour or so of Modeling:

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    As I said C&C Welcomed and Appreciated!!
  2. Dysp

    Dysp Cupcake-About-Town

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    It's looking good. I'll be curious to see how the completed piece looks. As for crits, I can't really give you any right now. The illustration has a weird illusion that the inset piece bends inwards towards the bottom and isn't straight edged. I suppose exaggerating that inner curved shape might be interesting so the lowest horizontal pipe is slightly shorter in length.
  3. Tribe

    Tribe Well-Known Cupcake

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    Thank you for sharing your work.

    I'm not sure that there is enough to go on yet, to offer criticism. I look forward to see a complete, or further along piece. What program(s) do you use for your modelling?
  4. Kryptikk

    Kryptikk New Cupcake

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    Base modeling like the one I am working on atm I do in Autodesk Maya. I will be doing some of the smaller prop items on the shelves in 3D Studio Max not because it has a specific benifit but because it is another standard software the Industry uses and I have never used it because the college program I graduated from focused on Maya. I may do some work in Zbrush if I decide I need the super high poly detail of a sculpt but most likely not. Otherwise photoshop for textures with maybe some 3D Coat since it will allow me to paint directly onto the model.
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