Greg, this is amazing!! Such a nice pose, the cloths looks so natural. Your best model so far, although there are many. Keep up the great work.
i'm confused. are these 3d or sculpie.... i know this is a dumb question
This was done in Maya, but it's not a dumb question...ambient occlusion makes stuff look pretty realistic. Thanks Liron!
Yo bro, these are nice nice sculpts/models you have on here. Great work over the summer!-francis
always amazing greg peltz
Hey Greg-How's the traveling going? Again - great job on that character. It was tremendous watching how fast you were able to produce those models.
oh i have a fun fact!men have an easier time visualizing 2-d objects in 3-d... i just learned that today from npr. which made be think why most traditional animators are men and why u have extra bonus features for modeling. and why right now i want to punch my computer because i want to be good at modeling too...basically what i'm saying is i wish i was a man... just like greg peltz.
Your work is awesome.beautiful models.
Ridiculous,..... i think thats spelled correctly. Seriously though, this is awesome work, keep it up and good luck this year at school.
Thank you all very much for your comments!
Lookin Great!!! Love the model and can't wait to see more.
Greg, you have come a long way from your starting work in Blender! Good luck with these projects. (and the sculptures too!)-Robert Gustafson
Wow! Greg your work is truly inspiring. You have done a fantastic job in all of your models. It is something I aspire to do as well. What advice would you give to an upcoming 3d modelor and also did you model this in polygons or subd? Thanks and keep up the awesome work.
Very impressive dude.
Great job. By the way his arm is made very precisely... cogwheels and so on... Again, great job.P.S.You should upload all of your projects in .mb/.ma and let us examined it carefully :)
Greg, I was a CG animator on Treasure Planet, specifcally on Silver. You've nailed the character. Great Job.
This is just fantastic. I'm looking at your stuff for the first time. I would love to see some step-by-steps of how you work in 3D. I'm just starting and could use the knowledge.
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