Comic book fan De­whirst dis­cusses some of his favourite pieces of work

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I have re­ally en­joyed us­ing Ocu­lus Medium in re­cent years, and one of my favourite per­sonal projects was a Venom sculpt I made about a year ago. It's much more dy­namic in its pose than I would prob­a­bly nor­mally go for, and I think that's sim­ply be­cause I was able to move about the space whilst work­ing on it. It's kind of a freefall pose of venom div­ing. I’d like to find time to fin­ish it, maybe in Zbrush and get it printed. I pur­posely gave it an enor­mous tongue, with the idea that the printed sculpt could sit on the tongue and bal­ance there. Some­thing to aim for when I fi­nally ac­quire my new head­set!

Rocket Rac­coon will al­ways be my favourite crea­ture I have cre­ated. As a huge comic book fan, get­ting to work on the first Guardians Of The Galaxy film was a dream come true! We also made an in­cred­i­ble pan­ther while I was work­ing at The Mill NY for a Cartier ‘Ra­madan’ ad – full skele­ton and mus­cu­lar sys­tem. It re­ally was such a meaty and in­spir­ing project to work on.

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