Here's another model that I'll be taking to the arms and armor room of @metmuseum!
This European Armor model was made tremendously easier with my new set of tools: fondant shapers! They're essentially little metal balls (marble-sized and smaller) on sticks and they help make domes, cylinders, and other complex curves. Thanks to @codewookiee for posting about these tools on October 1st. Check out his page to see what they look like.
After going to my towns anual ballon festival, I looked in the the sky to see many different types, colours, and sizes of hot air balloons in the air all at once. After a bit of thinking on the ride home, I decided that it would make a great 3D model. After spending about 30 minutes making a highly detailed ballon, I started thinking about how I would do the scenery. After scrolling through others peoples landscapes, I found a low poly model of a forest. I then realised that I could make everything low poly and it would still look great. This simple beauty is my new favourite price of art that I have done. #blenderartist#3dmodel#ballon#hotairballoon#blender#3dmodeling#animating
It took me a while to figure out how to make things glow while using the Arnold render in Maya, but I think I've got the hang of it now! .
I've decided to keep my art on a separate account from my personal account, so for the next hour or two I'll be posting some art from there. .