Owl Statue

by MustangDave, published

Owl Statue by MustangDave Sep 5, 2014



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I made this using Autodesk Memento. It consists of almost half a million polygons at roughly 21MB. It originally started out having around 3 million polygons, but there is no way for me to edit something that complex without going insane. It is quite detailed and it did not need much tweaking, though I did spend hours upon hours getting rid of any errors or intersecting polygons (there still might be a few no big deal). The owl's name is Puffy and his favorite band is "The Who". Puffy doesn't like it when people use him for commercial purposes or financial gain. He will swoop down with vengeance and eat your eyeballs if you do. Be afraid, be very afraid...

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Puffy is very lovely, but probably a little rotund to swoop down on anyone:-)

You could probably decimate him and reduce the file size without affecting him aesthetically. He is a very appealing sculpt, but I love owls anyway.

Thank you for the comment. Yes, Puffy would be lucky to even get off the ground, let alone swoop down with any kind of vengeance. Actually I reduced the model down from 3 million polygons, I could reduce it more if needed.