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Necromancer With her Boar

An awesome model, based on a painting by David Revoy.

Damien Monteillard writes:

My name is Damien Monteillard and I'm French. I have modeled Necromancer with her boar, based on an illustration by David Revoy

Modeling/Texturing/Compositing/Rendering : Blender 2.62
Texturing : Gimp 2.6.11
Music : PAIO - ARABICA

Damien

20 Comments

  1. Carsten Wartmann on

    I like the style, however some things just don't look too practicall to me. The Skull helmet looks like it would wobble and fall off on any speed of the animal. The position of the legs look very(!) uncomfortable and hurts just looking at it. I think a male would not survive a minute like this... ;-)

  2. I think this is very beautiful work. reminds me of the Asterix the gaul comics, also something which had boars. Also since the drawing style is a bit comical, all the more resemblance to the same. Good work ! bravo.. would love to see more work like this. 

  3. Overall - good job. Two more things - grass looks like green hairs (VERY common thing...), what about those mini-skulls? Is she hunting newborns? :/

  4. Many thanks Damien for the good job with my concept, and for the authorization you asked prior to modelling it. 

    Thanks Bart for the featuring :) Original 2D concept : http://www.davidrevoy.com/art/sanglier-necromancienne.jpg

  5. Very nice work!  The first spin of the render and wireframe was fine, then I got dizzy.

    Please stop, move the camera in and show off a few of your favorite angles/parts. 
    They can be stills or slowly moving as someone would check it out at a museum.

    That's my opinion of all turntables though:
    Yes it's 3d, neato. Now be a photographer/cinematographer and really show off your work.

    /opinionated

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