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Streblo (Megaptera Homarus)

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Dec 23, 2012 | 4:26 PM EST
Category
3D Art
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854 x 1880 px
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401.6 kb
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crab
whale
lobster
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Author Comments

My final for organic modeling. The assignment was to create a hybrid from at least two animals. I combined a humpback whale, a north american lobster, and a coconut crab. Low poly topology modeled in Maya, detail displacement map sculpted in ZBrush.
Check out a full turntable and wireframes here https://vimeo.com/4879996 9

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XwaynecoltXXwaynecoltX

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Nice stuff

These are always nice, these 3d things are just so very cool and bring a new style of art, and you can clearly see some nice effort put in here so nice job on these, hope you make more of this same style soon.

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
Awsome stuff now addings some "SPECIAL-EFFECTS" would be a plus.

~X~



LeffsHanidLeffsHanid

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I see a whale and a lobster combined, and I love it! I love cross breed stuff like this, keep at it man.



CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Is it just me or does it look like a bit a shrimp? Only the head really stands out as a completely different animal, sea creatures all look the same to me... but it's an interesting combo. The different parts all flow together, nothing's there that doesn't seem to fit in. The mines btw, do they have some purpose in the assignment? Make the creature seem a bit menacing maybe? Or are they just decoration? Keep up the good work!

-cd-


SPace responds:

part of the assignment was to make non-organic models as well. i guess to make sure we still knew how. I figured it was handy to show scale, he is supposed to be the size of a whale rather than the size of a crab/lobster. thanks for the comment