Friday, October 15, 2010

Full frontal Space Shark: the redo


I redid Sgt Quints eyes and created a bottom row of teeth. He is still not perfect, but it is much better than the crazy eyes from the original pics.

You can see the 360 shots in the proceeding post!

7 comments:

  1. Looks good! I was kind of digging the crazy eyes, but these look very good too. That color scheme is really, really nice.

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  2. Thanks for the comment, I had to redo the eyes they we really distracting, from the overall effect of the model.

    -Jim

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  3. Beautiful. You've taken an extremely difficult point of departure that could quite easily have gone horribly wrong, and made it timely, compelling, and very, very cool.

    I'll be candid. I was nervous about this one, but you have absolutely nailed it to the ground. Brilliant work. Just. Brilliant.

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  4. I think the teeth are an improvement, but I think the crazy eyes were perfect for a character named after Quint.

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  5. That should be in a codex, or at least on GW's webpage. I've already praised you, but it is just so freaking good. I still stand by my opinion that the chest eagle should have the colors reversed, but that is the only thing I can find that isn't bottled up awesome-sauce. A++

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  6. Very cool, and different (which always stands out on the battlefield!)

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  7. Thanks for all the feedback guys!

    I am building the other 6 members if the Team over the weekend, I should have em up soon.

    Jim

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