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3.44 / 5.00

Date
02/05/2013
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3D Art
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886 x 601 px
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Ancient artifact models made by ZBrush4.
An exercise for basic learning. I started from a sphere, and turned it into a vase cyclically. Use Zproject to brush the demohead onto the front surface, and add some details such as curly symbols and some cracks.

Reviews


Firey120Firey120

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 15, 2013

small to jar to big jar



m1kclarkm1kclark

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars Feb 5, 2013

Okay, excellent start, but the deliver needs some real polish. Here are the problems I noticed right away.
(1) You can see the polygons near the edge of the face, particularly near the ear and chin. Try to sculpt to a higher level of detail in there: zoom in, decrease the size of the tool, and chip away at it until it looks very smooth.
(2) Though I applaud your use of a texture, you need to make the texture's image a higher resolution. I can see the pixels from your image.
(3) Your render is not anti-aliased and looks pixelated.

But here's what's GOOD about it:
(A) The level of detail is exactly right. You added enough ornamentation on the vases (those knot-structures) to be decorative, but not so much that it's distracting or unrealistic.
(B) The contours of the vase, like how it undulates in the middle, looks very realistic for real pottery.
(C) The positioning and composition really shows off your work, and the background is chosen so that it isn't jarring (like pure white or pure black) but it also doesn't detract from the main objects.

Keep at it. I look forward to your future work!


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Silvertwilight responds:

Thank you so much!! That's what I need!!


MisanthrumMisanthrum

Rated 4 / 5 stars Feb 5, 2013

no idea how much of this you created, but it's cool :p


Silvertwilight responds:

Well, thank you.


Oye-LKYOye-LKY

Rated 2 / 5 stars Feb 5, 2013

Z-brush artifacts !!!! LOL
2 star for putting face in vaas


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Silvertwilight responds:

It's just a start. LOL
At least good for a begineer?


hmoob-phaj-ejhmoob-phaj-ej

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 5, 2013

really really nice there. Was the pottery made in Zbrush as well or did you just brush the face onto the pot?


Silvertwilight responds:

I used the Zproject to project the demo head on to the vase.