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Realistic Enderman - WIP Stage 2 by Riyuzakisan Realistic Enderman - WIP Stage 2 by Riyuzakisan
Torso of the realistic Enderman concept I'm working on.

The hands and fingers are incomplete, so I didn't include them in the picture. The cutoff at his waist is also where the model ends.

I started using Sculptris today and got a lot done. That program is amazingly helpful!

This is a work in progress!
Feel free to comment

Software used:
Blender 2.60.0 - 3D modeling, rendering
Sculptris - 3D Sculpting
Photoshop CS5 - Compositing
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Sephiroony Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2012
Looks like Lord English, Calliope, and Caliborn from Homestuck a little.
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Jao247 Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2012
How did you get the cartoon like thick border around the enderman? i like that art-style and i want to know how to do it was it through photoshop or the node-system in blender
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Riyuzakisan Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I believe it's the Ramp shader from Blender, though I did add a little bit of Drop Shadow behind the enderman in Photoshop. It's probably the ramp shader though, if I'm guessing correctly on what you're talking about. On the shader, I had the input setting set to Normal.
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Jao247 Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2012
how did you make the cartoon style thick border around the edge of the model was it a post-proccessing feature through blender's node system?
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Captain-Firewalker Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Try making them more... crystalline, or like they're made out of bent obsidian shards and spikes. That's my suggestion anyway. It would make them more... otherworldly.
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DeltaMetroid Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012
now I know I'm not really here to critisise art (look at my page) but this isn't really how I expet them to seem. Firstly I thought they would have a reptilian eye (purple instead of white and a deeper white for pupil) an nothing else for a face. When they get angry their head raises up, showing sets of fangs and held by strands of flesh. But I think this is quite good that you got the concept of them being a form of zombie.
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Riyuzakisan Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm currently revising the concept because I don't really care much for this version. This one seems too human to me, and I don't care much for the eyes either.

Might be a while though, it's still just a sketch on paper ;)
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themissingno Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012
It is great, but i think the arms should be a little longer, and perhaps do something about the eyes to make it look less... human
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Ink--It Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2012  Student General Artist
Love the details on this. Especially the musculature on the arms. :icondragonnod1: It's not what I expected realistic Endermen to look like, but it's kind of growing on me. I can't wait to see the finished version of the model.
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ZevaAir Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2011
In my opinion it would be better if the eyes had no pupils and perhaps had their own faint glow, but other than that it looks really good
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