Just finished this cool custom armature for comic book artist Cory Carnes. It was fun working on a custom head build for a change AND a four-fingered articulated hand 🙂
Cory doesn’t have a website yet, but the comic strip will be called “Field Mouse” So keep an eye out for it. He’s planning on using this custom armature to help him achieve a number of difficult to draw angles while maintaining proportional and structural consistency between the drawings of the characters.
Just finished this cool custom dragon biped armature. Did you know you can order custom armatures? There are two ways you can do this:
- Pick from existing pieces in our build-it page
- Email us a sketch and we’ll build it for you.
Option 2 is often chosen by customers who can’t find the exact length or type of piece for their armature in which case we’ll actually make new and custom pieces to fit your design.
What was especially eventful about this build is that it was my first time creating the dragon wings at this smaller scale.
Gosh, I love the stuff customers come up with. Here’s a custom armature I built for a customer that used our “build-it” feature. You can find that here:
Just finished building this cool custom armature for a customer. I always love seeing the cool stuff people come up with when using our “build it” page.
If you don’t know where this is, simply click here and select whether you want to build armatures at the 1/6 or 1/12 scale. The one featured here is 1/12 and uses all ivory plastic pieces.
Just finished this one for a custom order that came in. It’s always fun to see the proportions people come up with. In case you’re wondering, custom orders don’t cost any more than regular orders. Just need to email a sketch and I’ll send you a comp for you to approve beforehand.
Customer orders this custom armature and sends us a zbrush model for the custom head shape.
Anyone can do this by simply emailing your requests or messaging us on facebook.
Here’s the drawing they sent which shows the design standing beside a human. This is a good way to provide your art so that we know the scale.