Princess Ariel

Hey guys! this is my new 3D sculpting Ariel from the Little Mermaid 2D animated movie. I made this for a Mermay challenge and also some of you requested to make her and I think it’s a good idea for this month since Ariel is also a mermaid lmao :rofl: the most challenging part is her face expression and the scales part but I’m having fun while making this model. This is also done in Blender. Let me know what you think guys with my model :grin:

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Here’s the new Update for my Behind the Scenes on Blender Nation :smiley:


wot’s she looking at?


You’re #featured! :tada:

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Far off into the distance, but of course.

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this deserves a golden Dingelhopper


Excellent work! Bravo!

This is so beautiful

Well done. It captures the concept perfectly.

This is pretty fantastic. How long did it take you?

Wow, your models are beautiful. Well done!

Have you ever thought about creating a short tips and tricks video describing your work flow and techniques? I would definitely like to see something like that. If you put it on gumroad or something similar you might make a few bucks too.

Wow beautiful wish Princess Ariel was rigged so that se comes alive.

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

top notch work! Just amazing!


She looks so well done, sounds weird i know. As far as i can remember she resembles original quite well i guess. (without checking google) Perhaps a bit older some how?!


Just so you know, my younger sister loves the little mermaid and she absolutely loved this. So, good job!

Yeah, my little niece love it. Amazing work.

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Look at this stuff
Isn’t it neat?
Wouldn’t you think my collection’s complete?
Wouldn’t you think I’m the girl
The girl who has ev’rything?

she’s looking at Prince Eric from far xD I made prince Eric a month ago

Thank You! :grin:

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Thank You! So, my current workflow is pretty much the same like Yansculpt tutorial on youtube but, I combined it with Julien Kaspar technique with no t pose sculpt. I did a t pose first but as a block out, then from that I pose it and I sculpt it without T pose.