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Another quick build. This time I focused on piece combination and used a simple flow pattern. I was not going to make a body for this head but I kept adding till this came out. I initially intended his body to be old and decrepit but I would've scrapped the project or saved it for another time; instead I opted for powerful and wise with a "just past his prime" feeling.

Quick question: How do you photograph black pieces? I'm having suck a hard time making the pieces stand out from each other without blending.

Hope you guys like.

Shannon Ocean, the oneman, JonHall18, and 31 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Karf Oohlu 55 months ago | reply

    Nice : )

    Like that face, and love the fire figurine

  2. vizier30535 55 months ago | reply

    Brilliant Work :D

  3. Nannan Z. 55 months ago | reply

    Have you tried tweaking with shadows and highlights in photoshop?

  4. retinence 55 months ago | reply

    ^^ I have tweaked the colors in photoshop, but the photo itself comes out so dark that there's only so much I can do without making it look weird.

  5. Nannan Z. 55 months ago | reply

    Go to adjustments > shadow and highlight and increase shadows.

  6. PUGATRON [deleted] 55 months ago | reply

    holy crap, amazing...

  7. Pulsii 55 months ago | reply

    Insane....

  8. Doctor Delgado 45 months ago | reply

    I use natural light (teh sunzorz) to make black pieces look good.

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