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Evangelion Mark. X - Physical by Rhythem02 Evangelion Mark. X - Physical by Rhythem02
Hi, it's been a while since the last time I posted. This is what I'm doing lately.

This is my own version of Mecha from the Evangelion Series. What inspired me to do this project is the E-book wrote by Mike Jensen, The Zen of ZBrush. Also I haven't done anything completely just ZBrush, and never done anything completely hardedge in it. also I wanted to try compositing using the zbrush material, so i guess this is the right time to learn something new.

Ok, the first thing that I have to do is "what's inside the armor", I'm always curious about this. Because it's organic inside and yet it was never really directly shown in the series. So I did the human like monster first based on the size of the armor and the realeased form of eva 02 which is shown on the revamped theatrical version of the series. So basically its' just a very thin body with ridiculously thin leg and arm.

Then I created the armor around the human like monster. On the concept area I did not really followed the original design, I just thought that it's too simple if it's done in 3D Space. So instead I played around it, I make the forearm, the torso. the neck, and the back to still be recognizable to the original design.

The only big problem that I encounter is transposing. At first I used the transpose master since there are more that one tool specially on the head area, but after a while ZBrush just became non-responsive. I think it's because I'm only working with 2GB of RAM. So I end up tranposing each subtool one by one. hehe

I did the compositing in Photoshop, so this project is 98% ZBrush and 2%Photoshop.

It was a fun experience to do everything inside ZBrush, though there are moments that it's really tempting to open max specially on the early stage, I thought some area of the process would be easy if it's done in max. But I was able to resist.

In the end it was fun and rewarding experience, I learned another area of Zbrush that I did not used before, now I'm more addicted to it.

So here is what I did. Until next time.
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Calleahan Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013
:nirvana:
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choihannah Featured By Owner Apr 7, 2013
Unreal!!! super quality~!!! U R Perfect!!!
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Calleahan Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2012
YOU STILL BEEN A FUCKING HERO :worship:
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RealDevans Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2012  Student Digital Artist
I JUST LOVE THIS!!!
THX
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ageshero Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2012
I dont mean to be rude, but this comes of as very very generic as apposed to how creative and imaginative the original designs of the creatures were, or lining up with Weta workshops drawings.

The reason why is it just looks like all the Transformers/Crysis2-3/ Robot alien stuff out there, and that' a little upsetting.
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Warthog-Flammarion Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2012
Orale!!! Siempre he querido saber lo que había debajo de la máscara!!!! Es impresionante y aterrador.... creo que no debí haberme preguntado...
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Superovermind Featured By Owner Aug 29, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
shit, if they put the Eva's in the movies without the armor, i think it would be borderline horror show. True, it would be cool as all hell, but I'd be worried about it scaring some people. Either way, awesome job, and I think if the Eva's were real, nightmares galore
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genostereoxide Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2012
cool..the face reminds me of cloverfield though hehe
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TranceAntonio Featured By Owner May 3, 2012  Student Digital Artist
genial :D
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NYX-34 Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2011
Man this so cool! I've only used Zbrush some, but it's definitely useful creating such detail and texture.

have been featured in my journal here --> [link]
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