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Rift - Water Colossus Concept by Kiwi-the-One Rift - Water Colossus Concept by Kiwi-the-One
This is my entry for the Rift contest. It resembles a water colossus, a large creature capable of swimming or walking on land. I chose this multiple pose presentation because i wanted to show the model in multiple ways which would not have been possible with a single image. I know that it lacks a background/landscape, i wanted the picture to focus on the creature itself.
For a better look at it please download the full reso version.

The model was created/painted and rendered in Zbrush. Adjustments to color and composition done in Ps.
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:iconamadeus450:
amadeus450 Jul 1, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
this is AMAZING
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:iconsoldiertoger:
Oooo, very very cool! Love the poses!
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:iconsoldiertoger:
You're welcome c:
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:iconsingyourlife:
Excellent work, I need to figure out the texture painting in zbrush. You've obviously got it down.
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:iconkiwi-the-one:
Tnx :D Well it takes a little but after a some practice it's gonna be (relatively)easy. I suggest looking at various pictures of animals to see different patterns and colors and adapt them to your model. As for the painting itself well be sure to adjust the material, apply different colors to see what looks good and than use variations of those colors. Also photoshop tweaking is cool 'cause you can get some results that you wouldn't expect at first.
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:iconetherealproject:
Excellent sculpt, nice amount of detail.! Love the color texturing. ;)
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:iconal-kabeer:
Excellent work.....!
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:iconjohnxx26:
very good, I like
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Dbl-Dzl Jun 27, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Really really nice creature design! And a solid sculpt. Somewhat simple, but very effective.
The poses are great. There is a lot of movement and gesture. I can almost see exactly how he moves just from these stills.

My only critique would be his fins, which are very thick and clumsy. I would like to see them be thinner and sharper.
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