The Sol Katti（ソール・カティ Sōru Kati）is a blade that was given to Lyndis by Lord Athos.
It’s a weapon from Fire Emblem: Rekka no Ken Lyn is my favorite character, so I wanted to make her sword
As always, I only used Zbrush for this. It took about an hour to make. I looooooove Lyn and any Swordmaster, really. This may seem a bit out of the blue, but hell- I can’t help what I like. Thanks for viewing!
Fireball (ファイアボール Faiabōru?) is a series of CGI anime shorts created by Jinni’s Animation Studios in conjunction with Disney. The designer is Hitoshi Fukuchi. It is animated entirely in 3D with no cel-shading of any sort, as would be typical for the medium.
The show takes place in the distant future of the 49th millennium, and revolves around the happenings inside a giant manor (named ‘Tempest Tower’) inhabited by two robots; the gynoid duchess Drossel von Flügel (title and full name: the 19th Lord of Uranos’ Kingdom’s Tempest Domain, Drossel Juno Vierzehntes Heizregister Fürstin von Flügel; voiced by Miyuki Kawashō) and her massive cyclopian arachnoid servant, Gedächtnis (voiced by Toru Okawa). The episodes are usually nonsensical in nature, normally showing the two characters making idle conversation in the midst of a war with humanity.
“Fireball Charming” was the part of the show that I was interested in. That would be 14 episodes in. I watched the original “Fireball” for about 2 minutes, but couldn’t get past the design of the protagonist. Her animations weren’t as enjoyable to watch as in Fireball Charming.
Thanks to YouTube, you can watch the whole series on my site. This is my little recommendation for today.
What piques my interest is how everything that I hate about sculpting humans isn’t here. There is no muscle deformation, there are no feet, and her legs can be any size you want (they serve as a counterbalance here). I love her design. She is animated VERY well, and strikes poses often. It’s basically begging you to buy a figure of her.
That’s the funny part to me. I seen the show for free on YouTube, and I want to give them money for figures. I seen the figma on Amazon for $100 and I’m pretty sure I’ll grab one in a few months.
I’m not exactly sure how the show was distributed in the first place, but making a 3D animated short, distributing it for free and profiting off of merchandise sounds like a great idea.
It’s Disney, so I’m assuming this was the plan all along.
That’s all! It’s a little old, but if you missed out.. Here it is!
Just two quick recommendations from me, YouTubers that vlog about things that are relevant to me.
For you, it’s an exercise in critical thinking, really. In my experience, I hold their opinions to be self-evident.
These people are very different, and speak about very different things- but they are interesting to listen to.
First off, “GirlWritesWhat“- or Karen Straughan. I found her by luck. I seen a video called “Men not marrying? How deep does “the problem” go?” on my YouTube recommendation list, and was bored enough to click it. 25 minutes later, I started clicking and listening to every other video she had. A lot of her videos are about gender equality in a way I haven’t seen before.
Second off is Elliott Hulse. I think I found him by clicking a funny looking icon of his face, and stuck around because he was just quite interesting. I see him as the big brother giving advice that I wish I had. He answers questions that a lot of us have in a blunt fashion. His goal is to try to give advice to people in hopes that it helps them become the strongest versions of themselves. While the titles of some of the videos may be a put-off, I assure you that his responses to people are quite deep.
Enjoy! If you have any recommendations, feel free to add them in the comments.