Random Zbrushing – Wednesday – Insect Part 3

029_maxWednesday Wednesday….We are back to the the insect day. I wasn’t able to work on this last week and I wouldn’t let that happen today.

Today I further research on the coconut crab and I realize the body of the crab is heavy at the front leg and small light in the back. Also the back body is tuck inward. Although the concept doesn’t really have the giant claw at the front. I thought it can be real cool to have it.  Now the globe at the bottom of the body looks a bit too small now. I will have to adjust that more.  Let me know what you think 🙂

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~ by jcecko on April 23, 2014.

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