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It’s time for another 2D to 3D start to finish sculpting video! This time I am working on Ross Draws’ female character NIMA. This character was really tough for a few reasons that I talk about in the video. Because of that I put a little of my own style into the character. I hope you guys enjoy how the final render turned out! If you have any cool concept art or characters you would like to see me sculpt in the future, let me know in the comments. I love sculpting beautiful girls but dang is it tough. Making things ugly is so much easier and whenever I try to create something beautiful it takes forever. But that’s okay because I know you guys like to watch me struggle 😉 Either way, I hope you enjoy the video and maybe learn something new along the way. Until the next one! dueces ✌️

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Check out some of my favorite videos below!

Athletic Girl💪🏼
Female Cervitaur 🦌
Nadiaxel Witch 🎃
imawonder Boss Girl ⚓
Female Baseball Mage ⚾
Chelsea Gracei Thief Girl 💎
Lord Gris Pineberry Girl 🍓
Loish ❤️


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Ben De Angelis “Follygon” is a professional digital sculptor with a background in sculpting appealing characters for toys and life size figures for production in a variety of styles. Ben has worked on such IP as Pokemon, Barbie, Batman, Shrek, Ghostbusters, Hotel Transylvania, Madagascar, Flintstones, Clash of Clans and many more. With a love of different art styles he’s done heavily stylized characters for the Looney Tunes, and worked on realistic life-like pilots for the Museum of Flight in Seattle. Now Ben works as a freelancer, runs his online course, and enjoys spending his free time creating content for others that enjoy digital sculpting. You can see more of Ben’s work at the social links above.

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