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Can finally show some work I did for the Walking Dead Season 9 last year.  This was a pretty dreamy project.  The props department needed a sword designed for the Jesus Monroe character.  They gave me basic dimensions that they had tested out with the actor and some research from the comic and previous action figures and then I was let loose from there.  I designed three different options - this is the one they ultimately went with.  Stitching, seams, etc in the renders could be better overall, but the whole thing went together in just two days.

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Great work, and congrats on the cool gig!  I worked on the Walking Dead motion comic way back when they were promoting the first season :D

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Really impressive and I hope it leads to more dream jobs (or maybe it has but you can't tell us just yet).

 

What would be cool is to have three side-by-side images:  Wireframe, Final Render, Final sword as used in the show (if possible).  In short, it would be interesting to see if the prop department could add as much detail to the physical sword as you did with the render (possibly a 21st century version of man vs. machine) or how they were inspired by your work

 

-Dave

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Awesome, that's really cool, sure beats trying to animate a plaster being applied to a wound ; )

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