Darla - Creaturebox
My (post) final submission to the challenge. A buddy at work highly recommended using color in the background to make the image pop more. He was totally right and so I took his advice for this final final image meant for Artstation.

My (post) final submission to the challenge. A buddy at work highly recommended using color in the background to make the image pop more. He was totally right and so I took his advice for this final final image meant for Artstation.

This is the Creaturebox concept. I think I got pretty close, but now that I'm looking at it again all kinds of little things are sticking out. Like, I think I made the ears too large.

This is the Creaturebox concept. I think I got pretty close, but now that I'm looking at it again all kinds of little things are sticking out. Like, I think I made the ears too large.

This is the image I submitted to the challenge. Really happy with the result, but the gray background doesn't do Darla many favors. To color it, I took various matcaps from ZBrush and overlaid them in Photoshop. Very happy with the result!

This is the image I submitted to the challenge. Really happy with the result, but the gray background doesn't do Darla many favors. To color it, I took various matcaps from ZBrush and overlaid them in Photoshop. Very happy with the result!

Final Sculpt

Final Sculpt

Blockout to Finished

Blockout to Finished

This is my entry to a 3D Character Workshop challenge where we were instructed to pick a concept from CreatureBox and create it with ZBrush. I chose this little one named Darla. ...at least I think her name is Darla. The Creaturebox concept (I believe it was an Inktober sketch) said something like, "Darla something something a walrus something," and while this could totally be a demon space walrus Stitch who is thinking about eating Lilo, for whatever reason I kept tagger her with the name Darla. So, uh, Darla!
2019 is off to a good start. Time to start, and FINISH the next project!