On a regular base I work on non-commissioned projects. These projects help me to get better in what I do, they sharpen my skills both technically and content-wise.
A week ago I had the idea to make a Grevy’s zebra. It just popped into my head for no apparent reason, but I thought it would make a great end-of-year card. Reason: zebra’s are actually not completely black and white and this year, for all its crazy stuff, isn’t either.
Here a description of the process of the work to give an idea on the time it takes to makes something like this. This is actually how I work most of the time, especially on highly realistic models.
Go over the spinning image below to see every angle of the zebra in detail.