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Pantys Fants - Breadwig

Pantys Fants

Okay, so, continuing on with the saga of our favorite breech clad ungulate, once I had a sketch I liked, I started modeling him in 3d. Because he’d only be seen from one angle, I decided to break some 3d rules. Yes, I made both his eyes visible from the same side of his face. Well, that’s how I drew him, so that’s how I built him

Besides, no one will ever see him from the front, so no one will ever know.   



Here’s the final model all plasticky shaded like. I was really pleased with the way his smaller eye is perched on the little mound of snoutiness. Isn’t that precious?


Next I threw a lovely blue spotlight onto him. I wanted a sort of “Zing! Caught in the act of substantiality” feel to it. You know what I mean.


Then, in Photoshop I plopped in a glowing moon, ticked some stars into the background, and plipped up some grass in the foreground.


And finally, fresh out of innovative verb usage and invention, I typed in some text. And zoiks, there’s a Pantelope movie monster poster.



Blog Comments

wow! looking at the process of your work is awesome!!

Thanks Mike! It’s kind of fun to show the steps, etc.

The Pantelope is my new favorite animal. Holy crap…when can I get a pantelope of my own?

Thanks Kyle, maybe I’ll do a toy prototype of him sometime and add him to my other toy prototypes that will probably never get made. 🙂 http://www.taterbots.com

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