X Men - Where's Charlie?

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X Men - Where's Charlie?

Author Comments

My version of Professor Charles Xavier's wheelchair.

Done on 3Ds Max & ZBrush.


Xavier is an old crippled man. Why does he need some sort of battle tank wheel chair?

Anyway, looks good. If not terrifying.

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Kacassero responds:

lol well he wasn't always old. bet he had a younger, less docile phase. guess this was for the time he may have spent on the field.

Any information on the poly count? Wire-frame version or maybe a finished textured result?
Looks like a pretty clean model man. Nice one.

Kacassero responds:

let me see. i did this model a while back so still rummaging through the old file tee hee.

Definitely a cool piece. I could see this fitting in with the X-men universe. I like how you added a computer screen to the chair. When he's not fighting Magneto, the good professor can now check his facebook, twitter, school roster, and keep an eye on his appointments with Logan.

I'd like to see more work like this, perhaps offer us your take on some of Batman's toys.

Kacassero responds:

Not a bad suggestion and i am an avid fan of Batman but it's been done quite a bit u know. well i guess another version can't hurt right :)

When i see this i think less of Xmen and more of Pimp My Ride for Stephen Hawking

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Kacassero responds:

like he could afford this...fat chance! lol

i really dont like a lot X men but ive seen a thing or 2

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Kacassero responds:

thanks NDOS :)

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Credits & Info

3.58 / 5.00

Jun 25, 2012 | 2:31 PM EDT
3D Art
File Info
1271 x 630 px
444.2 kb

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