For the Wonder Festival 2017 Summer in Japan, I wanted to work on 2B, from the video game NieR:Automata. I really love this game and I really fall in love with it and the main character. I was also looking for a subject to start my own sessions at ZBrushLive, the live...read more
This is another Star Wars project: Han Solo in the Carbonite, from The Return of the Jedi. It's been a while that I wanted to have something like that. This model is based from a quick scan made during the Star Wars identities exhibition in Paris (like the ISD...read more
This is my first "model kit" that I will work after years of not doing one. I've spent quite some time when I was young to do model kits and kit bashing. I always had in my mind the idea to rebuild an Imperial Star Destroyer (ISD) from Star Wars. I really love its...read more
6 days to build a full figurine from a famous manga/anime? It is doable for sure!
Here is a summary of how I built Ena in less than 6 days with ZBrush, including the 3D printing process
It is not really Japanese artwork, but we are not so far with this video from FX Déco showcasing their Overwatch making of. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EH5oQutP3tE FX Déco is a french company specialized in 1:1 scale figurines, mixing both traditional and digital...read more
Here is the Wonder Festival Summer 2015 recap photos, from my trip in Japan. It includes also some extra photos of my various visits, including a 3D Digital Sculpting school, Odaiba One Piece exhibition and a digital sculpting seminar.read more
This is my one of my new project, done in collaboration with Ryota-H, a fantastic Japanese illustrator who created the artwork that I’m recreating as a figurine.
This project may take quite sometime since I really want to stick to his design, but i also need to deal with my lack of free time…
This is the making of Neko-chan, a figurine I made for presenting ZBrush 3D sculpting software at the Wonder Festival Winter 2015. It has been fully made digitally, from concept to final output, thanks to 3D printing with my Form1+ 3D Printer.
Only a prototype has been built, let’s hope to rebuild a better one in the future!read more
Are you a figurine lover like me? Then it’s time to go to Japan and visit the Wonder Festival. Then be ready to have your eyes melting after discovering the amazing figurines and statues made by the Japanese artists… and not only companies, but also freelances and hobbyists.
It’s the place where you have to go!