Posted by marc January 15, 2016
Scott Wetterschneider Shinbone digital sculptor

Each week, Clutter is highlighting an artist, brand, or collector who you have to be following on social media. This week, we recommend you take a look at Scott Wetterschneider, Shinbone Creative's digital sculptor. Using tools like 3DS Max and ZBrush, Scott has given form to toys you're already familiar with, like Jeff Soto's Seeker, the Thimblestump Hollow series by Chris Ryniak and Amanda Visell, and a personal favorite of mine, Christopher Lee's Freeman Robotics series. Scott posts up both old and new sculpts and sketches evey day, and even provides tips and project files for those looking to improve their digital sculpting skills. You can follow him on Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and Facebook.

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