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Project for school. I used Maya mudbox og zbrush

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Just for a school project?!? This piece is crazy. Just the imagination you used of branches and leaves to form a creature is outstanding. The nuts on the tail was cool feature to add. Great Mind,Skill, and Work!

I... fucking... love it! You have a great future ahead, neighbour.

Another superb piece! I really love dark fae pieces. Not all fea-spirits are of rainbows, daisies, and butterflies. Others ground the earth with malice and taint. But surprisingly, some of the most disgusting and foul looking fae turn out to be 'good'. And this little beasty could easily take that title. I mean if your going to be a guardian, why not make yourself look as menacing as possible.

I absolutely love the wood and leaf skin look. It gives it a near life-like appearance. This is just one step from being a 3D image to existence.

Again, fantastic and I love your work!

SmokeryDots responds:

Thank you very much, I'm glad that you like it. It may get rigged some day, and some animators are willing to animate it slightly, so one day it might look a bit mor lifelike:)

Holy shitballs, awesome design/realisation!

SmokeryDots responds:

Thank you:)

Matches it's name perfectly!
Very cool!

SmokeryDots responds:

Thanks:)

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SmokeryDots
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Uploaded
Apr 23, 2012
9:24 PM EDT
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