Goatish Skull Totem

by Daltonk123, published

Goatish Skull Totem by Daltonk123 Jan 22, 2018


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The first day of a week-long professional development, where I just did a new Zbrush/Sculptris model a day for only a few hours to learn the system better.

Might be to high on the file size but i hated how remesher looked so good luck:D.

Used it to make a staff for my 3 year old. what will u make?

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0.1000 layer height for small print, or go high layer height for added odd texture from layer rings, or what ever you want its in your hands now.


20-25% is what i like with 3 shells on perimeter 3 top and bottom for sanding


I like with 3 shells on perimeter 3 top and bottom for sanding

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i might need to change my settings as well, as some of the detail was missed out/not very well defined

Ignore the state of my desk, i have a habit of attacking it with sharp things. lol

NICE!!!! looks great, i used Hatchbox PLA blk then modern masters copper powder mixed acrylic paint 2 coats fully dry, then blue and green patina to oxidize and that desk is amazing if it doesn't look worked on it ain't worth having.
o also 1000 grit wet dry sand paper to take off some of the ruff and polish the high points.

What material did you use by the way?

What did you use for the handle? that staff looks awesome

Thank you,
its just a really cool stick my Daughter found at the park, light sanding then dug deep into our renfair bin for stuff. Tree was pine I think.

O and synthetic sinew and fishing coard for wrap.

thanks for the info, awesome work