I unfolded the helmet in two pieces, partially because I'm horrible at 3d modelling and didn't want to join them and partially because I thought that if I were building this helmet I'd want it to be in two pieces so I could actually take the front part off/slide it up. I don't know.
Here's another file that Brandon originally unfolded that I've been getting a lot of requests for. I never saw his original, but it's probably simpler than this one. This looks like it would be a pretty difficult build, especially around the "mouth" area.
I get very nervous when I haven't drawn regularly for 3 weeks, long ass late nights at work can really cut into daily drawing, it's something I MUST figure out to work around this next year. Suffice to say, slow as it may be going, looks pretty cool :
Sketchcraft 008 "Bloodrayne GameFan Cover " - Finally all the secrets unveiled... well, at least I verbalize them. Welcome to Issue 7, I've been waiting awhile to share this all with you, it's been a lifelong dream to bring back these kinds of covers to game magazines and I couldn't be happier with the end results. So be sure to download the PDF and follow along as we delve into the making of the latest GameFan cover. Also, this was recorded LIVE via Livestream, so thx to all who showed up with suppport!
Signed Prints are available!
Show music provided by Joe Gabbard and Brian Mount of "Six String Theory". I'd give you links to their Facebook or itunes... but they need to get busy with that lol. Really appreciate the grooves dudes!
All of my current figures in the Creepypasta Series with their bases in stock form. From left to right: BOB, Mr. Welldone, Zalgo's Flesh Incarnation, The Rake, Slenderman (Slenderwalker), Mr. Widemouth, Zalgo's Blood Incarnation, Jeff the Killer, Seed Eater, Zalgo's Bone Incarnation, The Thing that Wears Mommy's Skin (Bad Dream), Red Eyed Spirit (White with Red), Zalgo and the Cult Leaders of the Zalgo Cult (the receptacles of his three incarnations).
Just some notes I've been meaning to lay out in a tutorial. This very much applies to humans too!! Don't discredit this as valuable information just because it has "stupid furries." It's just the genre I work easier in. Hope you guys find it helpful!
For more tutorials of mine, see the Reference folder of my gallery: [link]
This is kinda hodge podge of reference info here, mostly because I did this to answer some of ~Robyn-Kitty's questions, one of which was in regards to the line of action: What do you do if you have, say, a character turning around (character somewhat facing forward, but upper body turning to look at something?) Which I answer in the middle-ish portion there XDDD The top portion was in regards to a question about feet, and the other gunk I threw in there cuz I realize I haven't done a tut on that yet either. So... ENJOY! See the Reference folder of my gallery for more tuts.
DOWNLOAD FOR IT TO FIT TO YOUR SCREEN (the button on the left of the image, shaped like a tv, third option down)
A tutorial on giving volume to your characters, or just drawing figures in general. If you liked this tutorial please leave feedback. Also check out my other tutorials in the Reference folder of my gallery
The character used, Paulie, belongs to ~OtterGrl, drawn by me of course.
Oh if you'd like to have a practice sheet, please see my other deviation here [link]