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It likes candy by Tomas Kral

It likes candy
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Title It likes candy
Software 3ds max 8, ZBrush
Comment This is the first picture form project “About toys”. I cal it “It likes candy” and the idea turns around traditional Russian toy Matryoshka witch is made as a set of wooden dolls of decreasing sizes placed one inside another. I want to made a little scary character, witch actually lives inside this toy with unstoppable taste for candy and anything witch is sweet. So its not so scary after all…
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Re: It likes candy by Tomas Kral
Posted anonymously on May 22, 2009 06:12 PM
Wow that is really creepy, but really cool
The textures in this picture really are awesome
Its almost cute in a want to kill it way
deathofbarney
Re: It likes candy by Tomas Kral
Posted anonymously on Mar 18, 2009 01:19 PM
i think i am too..but no one needs to know that..and plus your just jealous bc i am cool and you're not..jus kidding..i love this sculpture though...
Re: It likes candy by Tomas Kral
Posted anonymously on Mar 18, 2009 01:14 PM
i like this one it is really cool looking...i am planning on making this for my 3D art project. it might freak my teacher out but who knows. i can relate to the thing in this art work..i like candy too...
Re: It likes candy by Tomas Kral
Posted anonymously on Mar 15, 2009 06:46 AM
Great work!
Matryoshka is indeed a name for a set of wooden dolls, I wish you had shown few laying/standing around so it would bring out the best of 3d and it "wood" look scarily nicer. Signed by RussianChick
Re: It likes candy by Tomas Kral
Posted anonymously on Jan 28, 2009 07:07 PM
Hey this picture looks like this one guyy i know named Abdul!!!
haha:))
Re: It likes candy by Tomas Kral
Posted anonymously on Jan 20, 2009 12:53 PM
Great imagination!
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