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Alien Head

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Doing some experimenting and getting to know the Sculpt tool better in Cinema 4D. I decided to make an alien head and see how it came out. After becoming more familiar with it, the Sculpt tool is not only fun, it turns out it’s pretty easy to use.

For the skin texture, I created a simple shader with a blue and black FBM noise pattern in the Color channel, a similar one in the Bump (at about -20 Bump setting), and a little bit of Specularity.

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I’ve been doing a lot of Cinema 4D work recently on “NEW DAWN DIARIES – REBOOT”, an interactive sci-fi web series from producer Dominique Luchart, for WindHorse Entertainment in Los Angeles. Take a look at their web site!

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