Ponda Baba (Ep. IV)

Ponda Baba (Ep. IV)


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Comment by ADePALMA1251 » Wed Jun 01, 2016 4:52 am

I've run out of compliments to give you. I've been working on the same Ep. V Han Solo for months now, and can't seem to get it right. Yet here you are with a stellar Panda Baba and Maz Kanata. Great work.
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Comment by Caribou » Thu Jun 02, 2016 6:21 pm

Thanks man. Maz was hard, and took hours; Ponda Baba was mostly realising that the new eyeshadow shape was the same basic shape as his tusks and it all basically just fell in from there.

ADePALMA1251 wrote:
I've been working on the same Ep. V Han Solo for months now, and can't seem to get it right.

Funnily enough, I seem to recall giving up on a Bespin Han Solo years ago because I just couldn't make the outfit look right. My original Han Solo was all about nailing the costume; the face is really basic because it's pretty hard to make an accurate depiction of Harrison Ford in SP-Studio (As I found again recently), and without that facial likeness my picture didn't scream "Han Solo!" so much as "Some guy in a blue jacket!".
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Comment by ADePALMA1251 » Tue Jun 07, 2016 2:27 am

Caribou wrote:
Funnily enough, I seem to recall giving up on a Bespin Han Solo years ago because I just couldn't make the outfit look right. My original Han Solo was all about nailing the costume; the face is really basic because it's pretty hard to make an accurate depiction of Harrison Ford in SP-Studio (As I found again recently), and without that facial likeness my picture didn't scream "Han Solo!" so much as "Some guy in a blue jacket!".


This is the best I've been able to do in terms of actually making an average Harrison Ford/Han Solo smug lookin' guy.
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