This is the finished version of my Spyro the dragon model. He is fully textured and rigged. I don't know why, but I enjoy rendering my images as large as possible. This image is larger than you could ever want, at a staggering 15360 x 8640. It took 5 and a half hours to render. I had to touch it up a bit in Photoshop, and add a background.
I made my first mod for Skyrim! It took sooo long to finish! Because I have never done this before, and have little experience, I did not get to add everything I wanted. (like a playble Spyro) But that doesn't mean that I'm not happy with what I've done!
This mod adds a short quest where you collect dragon eggs to activate the portal, then you collect gems to access the next world. (I haven't made any other worlds yet though) You get to explore the Sorceress' Castle and meet Moneybags! I had fun making it, and I learned a lot! Also, was one of the voice actors!
You can subscribe to this mod on the Steam Workshop! [link] You can see a trailer here: [link] And a full playthrough of it here: [link]
This is a download for my Spyro the Dragon model. You can see the model in use here: Spyro Looking Over a Cliff Here is some useful information on the file:
It is a Blender file. It is has a skeleton. It has a mirror modifier. The diffuse and normal maps are included. It has an edge split modifier. It looks good subdivided because it has edge creases.
You may use this model for whatever you wish, as long as you give credit to its original creator of the model (me). I hope that this detailed model will serve as a great resource for Spyro fans. I do not own Spyro the Dragon.
Based on the original Spyro. I'm done modelling now, and would like to know if something looks wrong or just slightly wrong, as I'm trying to make it as perfect as possible(in similarity to the original Spyro). Be harsh
This is my Octillery papercraft from paperpokes. I made it in 2009 and I did it in one day. Last week I took a picture of it. It's on the same place where I took the picture of Crawdaunt [link] . Here you can download this papercraft: [link]
I decided to do a render of a Clam, some pearls and a Spyro Life Statue from the first Spyro game on Blender 2.55. I couldn't find a reference picture of a clam so I couldn't remember if there was any other patterns and what not to put on it so I just improvised. I always found it funny how clams could barf out Spyro statues lol.
Next I'm going to work on a crystalised Dragon from the first Spyro game and possible re-do an orb render I was doing.
Oh! My God..! This took me so long to do it was ridiculous with a fair few blender crashes (Later found out the stars were the problem and ended up rendering a starry background on another file and layering it with the main render.
Anyway, this is a 3D render of the Dragons from the first Spyro game that are still waiting to be freed from crystallisation spell that Gnasty Gnorc cast over the Dragon Worlds.
What do you think ?
Oh! My God! My pic has actually reached 100 favourites! Thank you so much for all your awesome comments and faves people, I highly appreciate each and ever one of them !
Hugs for all !
Honestly though 100 faves and 1000 views in 7-8 hours...o.o! That's just crazy, I usually struggle to get even half of that in most of my arts...! Unbelievable...! Certainly didn't expect the awesome feedback from all you awesome people so thanks again everyone !
Holy crapcakes 200 faves and 2000 views even !
Thank you so much guys I heavily appreciate each and every one of them !
And also thank you to the two critiquers and all the comments !
FINALLY! I thought I was never gonna be able to submit this pic because I kept getting this stupid annoying error all day yesterday and this morning... and only now I realised it was crappy Internet Explorer and managed to upload it in a flash using Google Chrome instead! Yay !
Anyway, this is a headshot of Spyro that I drew straight onto the computer on GIMP using a graphics tablet. I decided to do this to try and get out of my artists block and computer withdrawal symptoms; they're still kind of there but not as much. I'm fairly pleased how it turned out apart from the horns and the fire, those need some work...