Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Aryah Finished




So - Here she is from a bunch of angles. Hope everyone likes her - There's a few things I would do differently if I were to start again (as always when I'm done with such a long project) but overall I'm pleased with how she turned out. Thanks so much Jim for the circuitry and getting the light in Aryah's hands - this sculpt's pose depends on the lights and how much interest they add to the character.

10 comments:

angela said...

She's fantastic! Can't wait to hear what your friends at work thought of her (nothing broke in transit, I hope!).

david said...

Dude that's amazing Jon!

Jennifer said...

striking job on the jewelry and clothing textures!

I look forward to seeing it IRL sometime.

- eric said...

ummm... that's basically the most amazing thing i've ever seen.

REM-Brant said...

Wow, looks like you applied sub-surface scattering, nice... ;)

No seriously, the glowing hands is awesome. I'm having a hard time deciding whether I like the sculpt or the original painting better...I'll just say they're both fantastic.

mk said...

I'm amazed at how good you are at this! I mean, you were always good, but this stuff is fantastic! I'm glad I came across your blog!

Laura said...

HOLY freaking COW, Jon!
This is amazing! I thought your sculptures were fantastic when you came to talk to our class, but this even BETTER. Oh my gosh. I can't handle it.
great job!

El Fro said...

This is delicious! One of my favorites of yours.

Mia said...

Wow she is beautiful! You are so creative and have such a wonderful talent for creating these characters! Thank you for sharing your work!

shaun said...

Amazing! Would love to know how you get such fine details... looks like there's even some bone structure in there! Saawweeeeeeeet!