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Moon Knight


Author Comments

This artwork was the most challenging work for me as I was trying to learn more to use the software: zbrush. I really hope they make a movie about the moon knight soon! The character is very interesting :)
Enjoy! :)

Any feedback including suggestion for me to improve is more than welcome!



deafguitarist063 responds:

Thanks! :D

I really like the level of detail and the overall texture of the piece. The lighting also looks really good.

deafguitarist063 responds:

Thank you! :)

I loving it, always it can exist some detail to make better but how long have you played with the zbrush?
I'm about to upload now real soon a sculpture too that's shows 1 months of using zbrush or any 3d program and just thinking about if you are pretty new with all this like me, it's just awesome worked there budy!!

Happy New Year :D

deafguitarist063 responds:

Thank you! :D I actually got the zbrush like a week ago. I usually use the mudbox before but i alway focused on sculpting head with the base model that was included in mudbox. Mudbox is very limited to sculpting honestly. And now I feel that i can do many things in zbrush including making full body. I am going to check your sculpture once you uploaded it! :)
It is nice to know that you are learning to use zbrush just like me! It is gonna take awhile for us to be amazing at it haha. :)

Happy New Year to you too!! :D

Pretty good sculpting work, I think you should look more into anatomy though. The pectorals are only made of three horizontal sections, and the top two abs almost look squished by the pectorals, they don't really compete with them for space. I like that you wanted to include the external obliques and serratus anterior, but you forgot the latissimus dorsi, which goes behind the serratus anterior and connect to the back of the deltoids. Also, look up the pattern of the serratus anterior and oblique muscles, it's a little complicated, but once you get it down, it makes muscular characters look much more defined, and a lot cooler in my opinion. Like I said, Great work

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deafguitarist063 responds:

Ah yes that is true. I'm still learning to make accurate anatomy. Thanks for letting me know what i should work on. That clear my mind and push me to improve more on that area.

Thanks for the feedback :)

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Credits & Info

4.08 / 5.00

Dec 31, 2016
3:55 AM EST
3D Art
File Info
1920 x 1080 px
1 MB

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