A quick introduction. I was born 27-11-1976. I'm really into fantasy, especialy 3D stuff. I have a twin sister and you can check her fantasy art out in gallery 93. I really love all the work of 'the Jim Hensons creature shop'. He inspired me to start making 3D fantasy a couple of years ago. I hope you like it! Please respont and I'm not afraid of a little constuctive critism.
I'm getting e-mails regularly from people asking me how I make my creatures. It has taken me several years to get where I am. It's not that I don't want to share my knowledge... it's just that the question; 'How did you make your figures?'..asks for a way to large and elaborate answer to cover in an e-mail. It would take a whole book to note down all I've experienced, and all figures have their own problems and techniques. It would be undoable to cover everything that could occur while working on a figure. I have put some information about how I did a specific figure on some of the descriptions that go with the pictures in my gallery, or as answer to some peoples questions in the feedbacks below it. So maybe your question might just be answered already. I've started myself looking up some basic techniques to get started in the great amount of books readily available about the subject. I would suggest everyone to do the same and start there. When you get the basics and make them your own, cast away the book and start developing your own style and prefered way of working. What might work well for one person might not work for another as well. When you get to this point and get stuck... you are welcome to ask me questions and I will try my best to help you if I can. The more specified the question and problem the more likely I am able to help you.