NuuAuey Natthida

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High Poly Character: Modeling a Cute Witch in Maya

High Poly Character: Modeling a Cute Witch in Maya

Reference: Skin and Hair Tones (Copics) by Khallandra.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Reference: Skin and Hair Tones (Copics) by Khallandra.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Hair asset made for the Plotagon Application.  https://plotagon.com/  Plotagon is an application for PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad, where you can create your own animated movies. To your help you have a whole bunch of characters to choose from, as well as a lot of environments, sounds, actions and interactions.

Hair asset made for the Plotagon Application. https://plotagon.com/ Plotagon is an application for PC, Mac, iPhone and iPad, where you can create your own animated movies. To your help you have a whole bunch of characters to choose from, as well as a lot of environments, sounds, actions and interactions.

Hey everyone! I made a quick hair sculpting tutorial today for you guys to check out! :D Let me know if you guys want to see more of these in the future! #RWBY #Patreon For High-res images + Creati...

Hey everyone! I made a quick hair sculpting tutorial today for you guys to check out! :D Let me know if you guys want to see more of these in the future! #RWBY #Patreon For High-res images + Creati...

Living Stingy: The Park Model trailer.  I don't know who manufactures this one, but I like it's looks.

Living Stingy: The Park Model trailer. I don't know who manufactures this one, but I like it's looks.

Cosmeston Medieval Village, UK.  It is a re-creation of 14th century peasant life in Wales in the Late Middle Ages. The original Cosmeston village grew around a fortified manor house constructed sometime around the 12th century by the De Costentin family, who were among the first Norman invaders of Wales in the early 12th century following William the Conqueror's invasion of neighbouring England in 1066.

Cosmeston Medieval Village, UK. It is a re-creation of 14th century peasant life in Wales in the Late Middle Ages. The original Cosmeston village grew around a fortified manor house constructed sometime around the 12th century by the De Costentin family, who were among the first Norman invaders of Wales in the early 12th century following William the Conqueror's invasion of neighbouring England in 1066.