This is what the best 3D sculpting artists in the industry are doing. The same ones who are supposed to be masters of anatomy.>Implying this wouldnt get ripped apart and critiqued to shit if it were academic.
Muscle braids FTW.
>>607092looks pretty pretty pretty coo
Those muscles really look unpleasant.
>>607092>best 3D sculpting artists in the industry
>>607092"Normies are dumbshits and cannot into anatomy. Just pile on more muscle tumor blobs."
They sculpt based on designs. Blame the art director if you wanna complain
>>607163It’s more like they sculpt on steroids.
>>607092Anatomy is just a tool. Just like color is a tool, aswell as composition. People have bended anatomy for the sake of storytelling, comic relief, horror and much more. Try to understand that being unbelieable and unrealistic in a quasi-realistic way is an aesthetic choice to create a specific feeling. In your case, it was contempt - probably because you are stuck in a classical frame of mind. Simbology and Semiothics are much more interesting that plain objective representation.
Look at this disgusting sculpt, when will these people learn anatomy?
>>607180did you use reference?
>>607180>it's stylised, guys! I swear!>>607092jesus that is really poorpersonally I don't mind the 'serratus'/'oblique' muscles in the right half, but that mess of blobs in the top left deltoid batch makes my willy curl up
>>607092Is this what it's like to be an unredeemable sperg about inane shit? It's a dumb fantasy griffin thing, it doesn't have to correlate to any anatomical standards. >ripped apart and critiqued to shit if it were academicI am convinced this is shitposting. Well done.
>>607092Ripped apart and critiqued to shit is part of the education students are paying for.It's easier to render fantasy after having a solid grasp of realisim.
>>607092>he's not a master of anatomy because his made-up fantasy creature whose anatomy is totally arbitrary is not anatomically correct...?????
>>607092I will never be deemed as "Industry's" best... but they are all shit anyway.. according to this FinalFantasy esque griggin sculpt.
>>607092I'm sure that if the artist that made that monster was asked to reproduce any greek sculpture he would do it without problem but you would still complain just because you can't.
>>607605Everything an artist creates is based on or inspired in some way by reality. There's no reason a fantasy creature shouldn't have some of its anatomy based on the real world creatures it is inspired by. The creature in OP's image just looks ridiculous, and not because its a made up griffin thing.
>>607835>There's no reason a fantasy creature shouldn't have some of its anatomy based on the real world creatures it is inspired by.This isn't dictated by anyone and there's no reason it should.
>>607092Ah. I see I'm not the only graduate of the Rob Liefeld School of Anatomy And Drawing Real Good.
>>607092Looks like shit. Who skinned it.
realism is for brainlets
>>607219> it doesn't have to correlate to any anatomical standards. You're objectively, unequivocally, absolutely wrong. The viewer may not know why the anatomy is wrong, but they'll know it's wrong and think or feel "This doesn't quite look right".By having some basis in reality, by having logical functional components, by meaningfully resembling working systems, you give your work authenticity. It is the authenticity, the validity, that gives license to the whimsy.If the viewer sees something real that they know and it looks "right", they can appreciate the fantasy elements (which have no real world correlation); without this authenticity, this grounding, this foundation of truth the viewer is left with something that is either nonsensical or a fraud.The image posted by the OP is a sham, a fraud, a failed facsimile. It's garbage. And no, thinking critically about something isn't "autistic".
>>608224This wouldn’t appeal even to my 12-year-old self.
>>607092This sculptor probably had a deadline of 6 hours total to complete this sculpt. It's not going in their portfolio.
>>608224Grundgütiger Herr im Himmel....What kind of monster is that and why does it look like a juiced Batman.
>>607092The person who did that likely just goofing around.It's not as if a model like that takes particularly long to do.
>>607092Is this achievable natty?
>>607605welcome to 4chan, nitpick central of the world
>>607605The amateurs on /3/ circlejerk way too much. I'll let you in on how this came to be.One day some artschool major came here and repeated what he learned in sculpting 101. And hey, it's pretty good advice for a startingpoint to have anatomically correct models. But then the usual retards on 4chan took those words as law and now they live and die by them.If you are trying to create a monster that is supposed to communicate a sence of unease with the viewer making the monster anatomically incorrect is a very, very good way to go about it. The viewer will instantly know that something is wrong, even if the casual viewer can't immediatly put their finger on it.But the scrubs who never got a job in the industry or finished the coarse never learned that part of it.The "masters" of sculpting and design will all tell you that real anatomy is a starting point, not the be-all and end-all.
>>608230Imagine being this autistic about someone else's fantasy cow-eater. Get a hobby, mate.
>>608240>>608306>hating on based kelly jonesplebs. bet you like jim lee
>>608402WTF, I don’t even know who this Kelly Jones is.
>>607092The fact he mixes up any type of form with anoher is what makes him a great artist,.
>>608224What in God's name is thatWhy is there a face on his tumor
>>608520or stuff like this
>>608550>>608551Ugly. Who likes this crap? Looks like post modernist dog shit
>>608520>>608550LOOK AT THIS DUDE
>>608580That's exactly what it is.
>>608550>>608551This is what certain people called 'degenerate art'. Why again do we cultivate the ugly and enshrine the evidently hideous?
>>608580He makes thousands off of creature design and you live in your mom's basement. Maybe you should re-evaluate your taste.
>>608580>Who likes this crapI doIt shows mastery of form well above what you see in most artists and a standard i would like to reach one daymixing forms is what allows you to realize any concept any while cedric mostly is know for his realistic work on aaa games i still think his best stuff is his abstract private models
>>608653it looks like shit.this is nice for eye candy on artstation, but you won't see this shit in games and movies. because an experienced designer will rather stick to fundamentals when making wacky designs
>>608653How the fuck does this thing bend its elbows if it's a single metal piece?
>>608668Seems eva inspired, if so its would be organic metal, like graphene, elastic like rubber but hard like diamond.
>>608631>blah blah he's cool and you are not blah blah like the thing i likefuck off retard. no one is into pretentious garbage here no matter how polished it is.
>>608551good god those colours and that material ruin this design. Why does some sinuous, muscled, horror, create bubbles from its chest? Is this pretentious or just idiocy?
>>608654>you won't see this super outside-the-box art in my favorite video games!! here let me post a generic image of some retarded body armor. do you see those swords?? i have ones like them on my wall at home! my mom wants me to take them down. im a huge faggotroger that
>>608713It's obviously celebrating the Olympics. Why do you think it's a horror, just because it looks a little different from you?You xenophobes DISGUST me!
>>608733Your liberal hogwash disgusts me.
>>608668I’m more worried about the enormous stylus going through its chest.
>>608619>>608654>>608685the ABSOLUTE STATE of /3/You're fucking brainlets, GODDAMN SON
>>608755>make a positive unconstructive critique like "looks cool :D">nobody bats an eye>make a negative unconstructive critique like "looks like shit">people get mad left and right and call you a haterWhat is wrong with people?
>>608760because you are wrong and haven'#t looked at enough art and are still stuck at the infantile stage of "everything must be realistic, there is only one way to do something"
just looking at this thread makes me realise, how fucking stupid general mob is... >>608755just, don't bother...
>>608762I am not even that guy, stop projecting. Accept that not everyone has the same taste (which doesn't mean they are wrong).
>>608713And how should it look? Bloody and darkly lit?Talk about generic.
>>607092you need to know the rules before you can break them
>>608673>no one is into pretentious garbage hereNo you are right, keep making weapon models and 3D animegirls, that's all that gets posted on this board anyway.You have absolutely no taste at all.
>>608838this kitsch has nothing to do with real art or good tastei understand that it's hard for you americans to distinguish actual art from pretentious profanity, but you can try at least once in a while
>>608850>americansi'm nordic, you uncultured swine.
>>608856oh i see, the snow nigger
>>608806If you were the artist, which you aren't, I would ask you:How hard was this piece for you? Did you have to try at all?How much planning did you do? Did you do any?What things did you feel while making? What things do you want the viewer to feel? My guess is that this was extremely easy, that you didn't plan at all, that you had no concept for this before you began or that you radically departed from the concept halfway through.This looks like a sketch, a doodle, something you made at random with no clear intent. And that's what I feel when I look at it; it cheaply exploits the simplistic and most base of "body horror" elements.We fear old, saggy look flesh, we fear long dirty hair, we fear things growing out of our skin, we fear a person whose disheveled, emaciated form struggles to stand up right. These things are simple, childish, the most simplistic elements of horror. You even gave the character bad teeth and long nails.The bright colors are an escape, you fear the criticism that comes from making a proper attempt so you try to say "it's not horror, you can't compare it, I've made it bright and colorful" as an attempt to escape criticism. Not an attempt at something new, not an experiment, but a coping mechanism; a childish fear of being judged. >omg u h8er!I don't hate it, I don't hate the artist, in fact I care deeply enough to bother saying what I find wrong with the piece whereas everyone else in the world will just click on to the next image.
>>608870>If you were the artist, which you aren't, I would ask you:>How hard was this piece for you? Did you have to try at all?>How much planning did you do? Did you do any?>What things did you feel while making? What things do you want the viewer to feel?Why?Why ask, who cares?There is the piece and there is the artist, the end product is what matters and only people who make religions out of celebrities fallowing care about the artists and their personal life. To me it seems like a form of autism, people who ask questions like you are ether sleazy clickbait "journalists" living off producing crap for the dailymail or actual weird people obsessing with others to fill their own lifes.A piece is what you find it to be, and its value its its own.>This looks like a sketch, a doodle, something you made at random with no clear intent. How is this bad? Sketches are the basic of any artist natural development and daily routine, and any one of them can develop into something amazing.>And that's what I feel when I look at it; it cheaply exploits the simplistic and most base of "body horror" elements.This is contradictory to what you just said. So is it random or does it fallow established horror cliches, decide. >We fear old, saggy look flesh, we fear long dirty hair, we fear things growing out of our skin, we fear a person whose disheveled, emaciated form struggles to stand up right. Great insight into the obvious. Now care say whats the point of this or do you like typing out such amazing revelations to make posts longer?>These things are simple, childish, the most simplistic elements of horrorWait, didnt you say its only natural? But now its childish?Then i have to ask whats the pinnacle of horror, taxes?>The bright colors are an escape..Up your own ass much? Now you know exactly what the artist intended? Maybe i should ask your opening question instead, are you the artist?
>>608870what other questions do you think of, when you are looking through various pieces of art. what the artist have eaten for breakfast? their sexual orientations? nobody thinks that people like you are haters tho.
the worst thing artist can do is to stay closeminded, build square walls around his/her mind and stay there, building the walls higher and higher. general mob of 3/ are not artists, mostly. >>608908what is the point in arguing with him, like.. at all? whenever I had same discussion with people like him, they generally can not point you to their preffered artists or artworks, because they only like to shit on things.
>>607092There is literally nothing wrong with that sculpt.
>>609210There’s nothing right either.
>>608551Is that sonic?
>>608520Is there any way to 3D print these kind of sculpts and keep the detail at least on an acceptable level? I'm so buttfrustrated that there's not a figurine of my waifu that I've seriously considered just modeling one myself, but if the best I would get in real life would be a fucking blob I won't bother.
>>612784Some types of resin printing may give you what you need. You can see some examples in https://moddler.com/There are other companies with similar processes out there. However, I believe the market is a bit niche for consumers at the moment – and so probably expensive.
>>612784Any half decent sla 3d printerMind you those arent your cheap 300$ fdm printers, they start at 3000$ and only go up50 microns, should be more than enough for anything other than tiny complex 1-2cm miniature printsCedric actually owns form 2, heres one oh his prints at ether 50 or 25 micronsYou can see that the detail is pretty mcuh perfect
>>612859>$3000 and upOh boy can't wait to print my sculpts in 2030. I'll probably even be halfway decent at sculpting by then. That said the detail is amazing in the pic you posted and the concept is hilarious.
>>612860Nah, in the next 2 or 3 years you will see first assembled under 1000$ sla printer,in 4 or 5 probably 600$ is where cheap ones will be.Main problem is the laser, they just arent mass produced on the scale that would make the affordable.I expect that in 5 year you can get a 500$ great sla printer on a sale,Even now you can get one for 1000$, assuming you are willing to get it in parts, but for stuff this complex i really wouldn't recommend it unless you really know 3d printing inside out.
>>612874>>612860Actually now that i look peeopoly released a 1200$ sla printer.Its no Forms 2, but at 1000$ i would consider it pretty cheap.A weeks worth a half decent pay.