Uganda Art: 3D Multi-resolution Sculpting

African Face
Okay my multi-resolution sculpting is all mesh modeling that was intuitively shaped and added detail to a mesh by pushing and pulling polygons, similar like how you might model with clay. But some basic math is good if you want to do mesh first.
African Face

African Face
Like I said before, this face was a square to polygon…Yeah, I know the process sounds nasty but that’s the truth and nothing else.
African Face
Our world is all polygons, try and look around your room…
African Face
The future Multimedia Actors[film stars] will be 3D characters for reason; cheap to employ as they don’t need pampering and putting up with their tantrums.
African Face
I hope to experiment more with 3D Artistry to tell my story and not His story[history] but our own story!
African Face

2 thoughts on “Uganda Art: 3D Multi-resolution Sculpting

  1. Computer Sculpting[3D] empowers you to explore into the unknown. All those cool commercials on TV [are done in 3D] and Hollywood blockbusters highlight the power and influence of 3D graphics where time and resources make it possible for teams of artists to create mind-bending visual effects that stretch the imagination. Production pipeline of major motion pictures such as The Dark Knight, Iron Man, Nim’s Island, jumper, etc. are a good testimony of 3D Sculpting.
    Advice: You have to be patient…don’t run before you stand-up. Good Luck!!!

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