Two friends are better than one: Bulbasaur arrives!
It was hard to pick between Bulbasaur or Squirtle, but well, the one that looks easier first, is the rule, so Bulbasaur. I admit it was a bit harder than I thought but I didn't feel lost at any moment, which is a win.
Ready or not, here are some process pics for you to see...
Duplicating main shapes and changing colors first as usual, and started modeling his bulb:
Don't you love this back view? aww, I find it so cute!
Couldn't wait to make the first render test to check the colors:
Something weird with the eyes, tho, looking like a ghost. Gotta fix that!
Here you can see a bit of change on eye color, but more exactly, this screenshot was to focus on the bulb shaping:
This one too...
I knew there should be a way to duplicate the bulb part in a circular arrange, using array modifier and some trick and math, soooo... google time! And I found this useful tutorial, in case you need it, have a look:
Also as usual, something weird happened when trying to follow the tutorial:
Problem was, that the object scale wasn't exactly 1. Fixed it selecthing the main bulb object, pressed
Aand selected Scale from the menu.
Just fixed the number of items and angle to get it as I wanted:
Another view to check how it looks...
And a render test:
At this point I noticed the bulb wasnt' looking cool, so I was wondering how the original author of this Pokemon style could have made it and started an extensive search for the reference!
And I could find it! So here is the video 100 Pokemon charms ;D
And here is how she made the Bulbasaur bulb:
Screenshot from the video above.
So let's model it again:
Some final renders!
Pokemon in line:
This little cutie was really fun to make and I learned some techniques, so it was a totally win! ;D
This post is not intended to be a tutorial, just to share my experience and some tips. Anyways you can leave your questions in the comments and all the constructive critics are welcome! ;D