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Another quick lathe merge, with some over-sculpting.
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I realy like the look of that :D .

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Post by Mr.Nemo »

Looks good. He looks malnourished. Heh. Aprox how long did it take you to model/sculpt it?
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No more than 2 hours (The duration of The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen as that was on in the background!). A lot of that was messing with post processing in Dogwaffle ;)

The basemesh probably took about 15 min, then the rest on shaping + sculpting, with a good dose of texture map remixing in Dogwaffle again - trying out some colour and effect filters on a simple greyscale texture to add the noise and streaks.

Right near the end I gave the whole body a couple of twists with widget rotate to make it lose that symmetrical look you get from a static mirrored pose.
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Post by sculptor »

those horns look dangerous :shock:
hope you keep it on a lead :)
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