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Mortuary Robot by soulburn3d Mortuary Robot by soulburn3d
This is not only a model for my friend Stephan Bugaj's short film "Measured Assessment", but also for a new Gnomon DVD on how to Shade and Texture Hard Surface Models. [link] Modeled in 3dsmax in polys for subdivision, this character is approx 2000 objects. Shading and Texturing took about a week of work, a mixture of hand painted, photomanip and procedural textures. For more information on the process feel free to check out the DVD. Rendered in Brazil 2.0, photoshop was used for all the texture painting and photomanip. My Wirebundler script was used for the couple of wires on the character's underbelly.
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Ah this is rad! love the concept>
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soulburn3d Mar 21, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks BMW, glad you dig him!
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Well done.
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soulburn3d Mar 10, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks!
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this looks a bit like the badass version of "wall E"
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soulburn3d Jan 23, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Hehe, ya, thankfully walle doesn't pick up dead bodies.
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we donīt know what he did bevor he started to clean up the trash.
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JetJakal-of-NeoMu Jan 23, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I can see this existing in real life. I thought it was a trash pickup machine for a second. I like how everything looks like it can actually function too, Utilitarian design is always fantastic. Great work. I'm in 3D Modeling myself, mainly with 3DSmax and Mudbox, but i'm picking up Zbrush also. I hope to reach this level of quality one day. :D
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soulburn3d Jan 23, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks JetJakal, glad you like him. Glad he seems functional to you, I spent some time trying to get that across but I admit some of the details are just there to look cool :)
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pavolsvk Dec 2, 2012  Student Digital Artist
This is really beautifully modelled, im always happy finding a professional here i can get inspired by, but i havent expected finding a star like Neil Blevins here !! :)
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