Here's an update on the 3D sculpt I made of Clint Eastwood, based on his character Blondie from the Dollar series (Fistful of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More and the Good the Bad & the Ugly). Quick color/skin texture test.
Still fairly early in the sculpting stages, haven't really begun detail work on the hair and hat yet, but I wanted to share it with you guys nevertheless!
| JFotography | Facebook | Tutorials | Stocks | Actions/Scripts | Materials and Methods Photo: Nikon D80 + 18-55mm Nikkor. Taken awhile ago in China. Curves in GIMP for color and contrast. Animation: AS3 on Adobe Flash CS5. Tutorial for realistic water and wave effects tutorial from: [link]
Additional Comments Not sure what category this belongs in; it's a photo with a script to manipulate the pixels in a certain way so it's not really a flash movie made frame by frame I guess Playing around Sorry for the super lame title. This image is protected under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License. Licenses for commercial and derivative use of this image are available for purchase. Please contact me if interested. Under the Creative Commons license, this photo may be displayed on other websites as long as: 1. Credit is given in writing to Jean Fan 2. A link is provided linking back to the original photo 3. All other conditions under the Creative Commons license are met Any use of this photo other than as authorized under this Creative Commons license or copyright law is prohibited.
/!\ It may take some times to load /!\ Idk why a random drawing came out animated. Quality isn't good because it's only jpeg images so the size was too huge : had to compress.
fix image : [link] characters : Ciel and Sebastian (in modern times) from anime/manga : Kuroshitsuji @yana toboso tools : Paint tool sai, photoshop, flash you need adobe flash player plugin to see the picture.
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