I was colleting the information about anatomy from few days at last I take a ride on 3d basic model and done in 3dsmax . also make a basic mesh tutorial on this model soon I will make a video version of the images that I capture in the making of this guy . its really easy to create your own basic mesh with accurate loops
It just take your half hr to create the basic mesh and detailing r unlimited with
zbrush 3 ..ya its really a amazing kind of tool so much accuracy its my 1st test at the zbrush 3 the new features r really impressive ..
well he is a Peer I select the name coz it have a little combination with some thing that I m working on “secret” :
enjoy the renders C & C are welcome
Those are lovely little blue question marks (red X's for people on some browsers). Check your image links; would love to see what you've done.
EDIT: Oops, the images are showing up now. Pretty nice work - getting anatomy right in digital sculpting is hard.
The only major thing I see is that the top of the head - above the eyes seems to be too high. Just doing a quick measure with my fingers, it looks like the part of the head above the eyes is about 1/3 too large, giving him a bit of a conehead look.
I see a few other minor things.
I'm not sure, but I think the third segment-row down on the rectus abdominus might be too large; the bottom two segments definitely look too short. The bottom two sections should be about 2/3 to 3/4 of the height of the top three combined, and close to half the distance from the pubis to the sixth rib pair. The top two divisions of the rectus abdominus also seem a bit too wide.
On the leg, something seems odd on the vastus intermedius, although it may just be the angle. The vastus intermedius has a medial split, but it looks on yours like it's at an angle. Again, though, it may just be the perspective.
On a guy this developed, I would expect the clavicular head of the sternocleidomastoid to be noticeable and would expect the manubrial branch to not taper off so much at the bottom.
Something seems just a tad off with the serratus anterior and the intercostals, but I can't place my finger on what - nothing major.
Overall, a phenomenal job, though.
Last edited by jlamarche; July 19th, 2007 at 12:41 PM.