Shrek

Hey blenderartists, I hope you have a terrible halloween soon. This is my version of an even more cursed Shrek. I hope you like it!

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I would think a lot of characters in animated films would look ‘cursed’ if the studios did not make them so human-like for the purpose of being kid-friendly (that and to facilitate the showcasing of the actor behind the character).

You did a good job here giving Shrek a more realistic look without completely going overboard.

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Yeah, I enjoy making these types of characters more realistic, expressive, and cursed. I love the result. I mean, I love original characters too, but I like to see a different version of them. So, I´m so glad to read it. Thanks for leave a comment.

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I will definitely be staying out if his swamp!

Great work! :smiley:

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Donkey next? Pretty please? :laughing:
In all seriousness - looks fantastic.

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Great work. It is kinda closer to the book!

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Let me think about it! Sounds nice. Thank you :grin:

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I would recommend you the same! :rofl: Thank you.

Dude, the one of the book looks much much better :joy: Thanks for comment!

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wow he is creepy! Well done!

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Thank you!

You could call him Scary Shrek. The other one can be Sunny Shrek

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That might be a good idea! Thanks for comment

You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

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As always, thanks a lot! :smile:

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incredible work, the details on the hands and jaw are fascinating, worthy of an animated film

where did you learn to sculpt in blender? any recommended channel or course, I would love to learn the technique

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Nice sculpting and character design.
Reminds me of old horror movies, when everything scarry needed to have pointed sharp teeth :smile:

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Thank you so much for your support. As for where I learned, I have to say that there are very useful tutorials on Internet, (Youtube, Artstation, etc…) I started watching some videos on YT. You just have to do a little research and you´ll find helpful information for free. :wink: And on blendernation (https://www.blendernation.com/category/art/behind-the-scenes/) you will find a lot of information about different projects where you can see the workflow of some 3d artists.

:rofl: Yeah, sharp teeth are always a good option! Thanks for your comment.

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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