A robot inspired by Victor Hugo Sousa.
A Speed modeling is coming soon on youtube. My channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwKIlcRGjKnRm3QVjvCfLeg
I hope you like it.
The timelapse is online !
I like it! I think you should use a mechanical background, or something.... I think rigging would be nice... A better/brighter lighting setup..... etc. Excellent work on the UVs.... and amazing modeling techniques used... I just think you should touch it up a bit..... Now understand, this is WAY beyond my skill level (and don't look at my gallery on here to see my skill level, I haven't been on here for a while....) and I couldn't dream of doing something this good, but I can see ways, that you, with your skills, could make it better.... in my opinion anyways...... I think the colors should be more bright..... I think you should have a background....... Maybe some brighter lights...... Maybe I'm a picky idiot..... What? Oh never mind! XD LOL! Yeah, I don't know.... I like it, and hope it gets to staff picks..... Keep up the good work!
Thanks for your kind and helpful message ! I'm not very good with English but I'll try to answer.
This blend is in reality a Basic character for my futures tracking and animation tests.
So, I will make a final render.. don't care ! With a advanced lighting, background and postproduction ! :)
Again, thanks for your comment and I hope the blend will help you !
Okay..... ;) Unfortunately I scarcely download other people's work...... I make it myself..... On account, I don't do animations or anything yet..... I just like to critique art and such ;) I do like your models though :D Anyway, I wish you the best of luck! Cheers! :D
good job @@
AMAZING UPDATE!!!!!! IT SO DESERVED STAFF PICKS!!!!! :D
You should add "rigged" to the categories.
Truly awesome! I love the style, and the render is Fantastic!
I love the model can I use it for an animation?
I will give you credit of course.
Hey, thank you for the excellent work done on this robot. I added the animations and used it for a College's game project. If you want to check: https://philipego.itch.io/into-the-unkown
I referenced your page on the Game's github repository.