Random Zbrushing – Tuesday – Android Part 6

unnamed7Hello Zbrusher, Welcome to May 😀 Haven’t get much of sleep these days, so still haven’t have much time to do sculpting. However,  I manage to get around half an hour today morning to sculpt a little bit.

So today we are back to the android dude today. It’s been quite sometime since last time I work on him. I started first to adjust the face a bit more to further match the concept. I think the face is still too wide, probably need to slim down the cheek another 30% or so. I definitely need to start work on the the mech neck area….I been trying to avoid to do much of modification on it. But I think it’s getting close to time to start working on it…..hopefully I can get some extra time next week to work on it 🙂

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~ by jcecko on May 6, 2014.

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