Teddy Roosevelt Crest

This is the place to post images of work produced using Aspire
Post Reply
User avatar
esteeme1
Vectric Wizard
Posts: 2129
Joined: Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:26 pm
Model of CNC Machine: Cobra 404 ATC; ROMAX WD-1; Shark
Location: Chesapeake VA
Contact:

Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by esteeme1 »

Just finished this a few minutes ago. It surprisingly didn't take that long. I started it about 6 hours ago. The was nice that he had squinty eyes or it would have taken me another 2 hours. The hair is textured from convert bitmap to model.

Thanks for looking.
Attachments
Roosevelt Preview.jpg
TR Crest.jpg
Jim Darlas
"Can Do!"
http://www.esteemedwoodcrafts.com/
http://www.esteemedplaques.com/

User avatar
mezalick
Vectric Wizard
Posts: 2517
Joined: Mon Nov 03, 2008 9:07 am
Model of CNC Machine: Camaster Cobra
Location: Philadelphia, PA USA
Contact:

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by mezalick »

Very Nice,,,you got the job.....
Faces are always the trickiest to do...

Michael
Michael Mezalick
https://carveddetails.com
mm@mezalick.com

User avatar
Phil
Vectric Wizard
Posts: 2372
Joined: Thu Nov 17, 2005 10:56 pm
Location: Pittsfield, MA

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by Phil »

Excellent work on the model of Teddy Roosevelt. That is one of the best models of a persons face that I have ever seen. Would you be willing to present the steps you took to create the model. I'm not asking for a full tutorial, just an outline of the procedure would be helpful.

Phil

User avatar
kandw
Posts: 42
Joined: Sat Sep 07, 2013 12:40 pm
Model of CNC Machine: Romaxx WD-1
Location: Chesapeake, VA
Contact:

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by kandw »

That looks great... cant wait to see it carved..

tom klass
Vectric Craftsman
Posts: 101
Joined: Tue Apr 16, 2013 1:06 am
Model of CNC Machine: camaster stinger1 with recoil
Location: Hamburg, New York

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by tom klass »

Looks great Jim....Can't wait to see the finished carving!!

User avatar
esteeme1
Vectric Wizard
Posts: 2129
Joined: Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:26 pm
Model of CNC Machine: Cobra 404 ATC; ROMAX WD-1; Shark
Location: Chesapeake VA
Contact:

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by esteeme1 »

Thanks very much everyone.

Phil, I got pretty lucky and found a coin graphic. It actually was shaded very well. but the steps I use are normally the same for any other model that I create.

1. Identify the various shapes from the graphic you are working with. Start with the base shapes and work toward the smaller more complex shapes or work from the base and up to the highest points.
2. Create vector of those shape, in this case:
a. The head
b. The hair
c. The face
d. The ear and all the shapes inside the ear.
e. The chin the nose the eyes and so on.
3. Create model from bitmap. Duplicate the texture and hide.
4. Cut the major textures away; the hair the ears and face.
5. Now create the base shapes from the vectors previously created and build your face to give it heigh and dimension.
6. Bake those components together (component by component or all at once) and use the shaping tool to blend, smooth, smudge, remove or deposit as need to make up the difference.
7. Overlay the textures previously created and and bake do some final touch up and your done. If deeded use the duplicated texture and continue to build on your model and sculpt it into the shape you want.

I was fortunate with this one and only had to create a few base shapes and was able to build on the bitmap model to sculpt on.

I hope this helps someone.
Jim Darlas
"Can Do!"
http://www.esteemedwoodcrafts.com/
http://www.esteemedplaques.com/

User avatar
Phil
Vectric Wizard
Posts: 2372
Joined: Thu Nov 17, 2005 10:56 pm
Location: Pittsfield, MA

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by Phil »

Thanks, I'll save your posted steps and refer to them next time I attempt a face.

Phil

User avatar
bill_w
Vectric Wizard
Posts: 435
Joined: Wed Sep 08, 2010 12:19 pm
Model of CNC Machine: PRSalpha BT48
Location: Milwaukee,WI

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by bill_w »

Excellent work Jim very nice, as all your work :D .
Computers-Yuk....I should junk it...It never does what it should do...only what I tell it.

User avatar
zeeway
Vectric Wizard
Posts: 3157
Joined: Thu Feb 11, 2010 9:24 pm
Model of CNC Machine: Self-built
Location: SC, USA

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by zeeway »

That is very impressive, Jim. Thanks for the mini tutorial, also.

Angie

User avatar
esteeme1
Vectric Wizard
Posts: 2129
Joined: Tue Nov 02, 2010 3:26 pm
Model of CNC Machine: Cobra 404 ATC; ROMAX WD-1; Shark
Location: Chesapeake VA
Contact:

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by esteeme1 »

Thanks all I'm just trying to pay it foreword but do, truly enjoy sharing my work.
Jim Darlas
"Can Do!"
http://www.esteemedwoodcrafts.com/
http://www.esteemedplaques.com/

Gene Rhodes
Posts: 45
Joined: Wed May 03, 2006 3:19 am

Re: Teddy Roosevelt Crest

Post by Gene Rhodes »

Thats cool. There is a church in Macon Ga that he was a member of . Its still going strong

Post Reply