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Blackscale Lizardfolk

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2,892
Score
3.93 / 5.00

Date
06/28/2009
Category
3D Art
File Info
1389 x 784 px
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237.9 kb

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Author Comments

Monster character inspired from the D&D book "monster Manual 3". Low res geometry, skeleton and pose were done in maya 2009, color and texture were done in mudbox 2009. Again for a school project, not much time was put into mudbox, unfortunately. Geometry in Maya was part human body with redone head, feets and arms, with added tail. Think it's my first "complete" character, not too shabby.. ^_^ hope you like it, constructive criticism is always welcomed!

So from left to right, Maya T stance, Maya posed, and finally mudbox textured and colored (one layer of bump, one diffuse color.. not much!).

Reviews


DalolDalol

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jul 6, 2009

cool

It looks pretty good. It could be in a video game or something. 10/10