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03/09/2016 21:06:13

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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This is a statue I'm working on in 3D Coat. This is the finished sculpt, and I'm now in the process of creating a useable model out of it for import into Muvizu (or anything else). It's based on the Motherland Calls statue in Russia.
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04/09/2016 00:05:55

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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really nice work, Ziggy. I take it you started with one of the base models then moved it to 3DCoat for all the deluxe stuff...?
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04/09/2016 01:28:32

tonyob67
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ziggy72 wrote:


This is a statue I'm working on in 3D Coat. This is the finished sculpt, and I'm now in the process of creating a useable model out of it for import into Muvizu (or anything else). It's based on the Motherland Calls statue in Russia.

Awesome! It looks a bit like a muvizu character, the face and the hands....you can do a similar one for your next competition trophy nice job
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04/09/2016 14:33:47

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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She is yer standard Muvizu Girl character posed (in blender), imported into 3d Coat, then I added the clothes and stuff. I would like to make a series of sculpts based on famous statues, using the Muvizu characters as the base figure. It's good practise.
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04/09/2016 15:02:29

urbanlamb
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she's very good

For the retopology though seeing the entire thing your going to have to go to manual or you will make yourself crazy LOL. Once you get good at it its not too difficult and its fairly fast and some of us wierd people even enjoy manual retopology. Its kind of like knitting I guess.
edited by urbanlamb on 04/09/2016
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04/09/2016 15:53:44

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Thanks Urbanlamb - the retopo is going slowly I cut her up into sections and did each one separately, then set about stitching each section together at logical points along their contours (and snapping to the complete base figure all the while). I've been removing as much topology as I can to get the size down, but it's tricky. But, like I said, it's good practise. Still amazed I managed to preserve her 'flying folds' - there were holes and scrambled bits of course, but I repaired them and they look quite good. She'd make a great hood ornament
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04/09/2016 19:00:36

christian_clavet
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Wow! Really nice work Ziggy72! Im really impressed with the cloth details! Thanks for giving us some details of your process!
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07/09/2016 23:59:15

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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And she's done. I will be making a bronze version too, so you'll have a little desk version to match the much bigger granite version.
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08/09/2016 03:24:16

theotherguy
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That is pretty amazing Ziggy- Bravo!
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08/09/2016 08:11:04

camycast
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hey, how did you do that??Cool
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08/09/2016 17:55:20

ziggy72Muvizu mogulExperimental user
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Using 3D Coat and patience
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