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    Sticky: Hello, Would it be possible to change my...

    Hello,

    Would it be possible to change my username from the current end_the_apocalypse to:

    Alan H.

    As I exhibit some work now, I suddenly thought it might make sense to use my actual name...
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    Art: First time anyone has ever pulled me up on the...

    First time anyone has ever pulled me up on the ecological side of all this Huraxdax: you're right, I have probably blasted the hell out of half the Amazon rainforests by now, but joking aside, the...
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    Art: Thanks for posting the moulding pics Aris; really...

    Thanks for posting the moulding pics Aris; really interesting. I have never worked with silicone before and I was wondering how you handle chasing the finished casts and how easy it is to remove...
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    Art: Fantastic piece of work Aris, The sculpt itself...

    Fantastic piece of work Aris, The sculpt itself is has a really strong sense of character and the silicone version adds so much life to it. If I could ask, how are you taking moulds from your...
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    Art: KingUnicorn: Thanks for the kind words, it really...

    KingUnicorn: Thanks for the kind words, it really means a lot that people enjoy some of my work. I definitely agree with you on the excitement of working with unusualty or slightly stylised...
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    Art: Bongsplat; Thank you for the comments, I'm really...

    Bongsplat; Thank you for the comments, I'm really glad that my work has given you some enjoyment. Old Boots was really fun to make for me too, as I do not do much fantastical / stylised character...
  7. Art: Morning, AROWE77. One thing you could do is to...

    Morning, AROWE77.

    One thing you could do is to build your wire armature as standard for a clay sculpt, making sure to include thin wire for fingers etc. and adding tin foil to bulk out sections...
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    Art: Hey Bill, troyboy is definitely right that...

    Hey Bill,

    troyboy is definitely right that these classes will give you the right kind of push to develop your skills and I think they are alreay paying off. In this latest bust you say that it...
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    Art: Time to get a bit more clay onto this thread,...

    Time to get a bit more clay onto this thread, seeing as I have a title to live up to.

    This is "Old Boots", a character who was described in a old issue of the Dalesman (a Yorkshire magazine) as...
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    Art: Hey, dreamsorcerer, thanks for the positive...

    Hey, dreamsorcerer, thanks for the positive response; I definitely prefer the more atmospheric lighting myself too - I think you can do so much to add to a sculpt with the right lighting, especially...
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    Art: Misery Masks

    Two views of a model used to make glass masks: the character is intended to representsome kind of miserable or corrupted figure, again blinded to thhe world but this time with huge cateracts that...
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    Art: Some more views of the first piece. It is a...

    Some more views of the first piece. It is a life-sized bust modelled in crank (clay strengthened with grit and grog) and was meant to be an image of a "blind-rage", hence the lack of eyes and only...
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    Art: Clay modelling and glass sculptures...

    SO, I have been absent from this forum for abosolutely ages and, upon realising this, have decided to get stuck back into the communtiy and the challenges etc. etc.

    I suppose I was given the extra...
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    Art: Hello there Darkmin. Like Kellervo, I have...

    Hello there Darkmin.

    Like Kellervo, I have never had this issue before with z-sphere models, but it has happened occasionally when binging in Maya OBJs that were built off-centre and the way i get...
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    Art: Interesting work: I use ZB and I know about the...

    Interesting work: I use ZB and I know about the painting possibilities of 2.5D but I have to admit I've never reaelly sat down and tried to use it like paint in the way you seem to have done. Seeing...
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    Art: Thanks for the advice guys: I will get down to...

    Thanks for the advice guys: I will get down to retopologising soon. I have tried using the edit topology tools in ZBrush (the one where you start with a zsphere and then draw the new edge loops...
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    Art: Cheers for the response Southern and yes, I see...

    Cheers for the response Southern and yes, I see the nose issue and will go back into this one soon; this is actually just a polysphere doodle that ended up developing, as I liked the way it was...
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    Art: Latest slice of Zbrush action...please crit.

    Hello there,

    I've been working in digital 3D for about a month and a half now, mainly using Zbrush 3 but studying sub-d modelling in Silo as well. There's still a long way to go and I welcome all...
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    Art: Great collection of work David! As a relative...

    Great collection of work David! As a relative newcomer to digital 3D it is a great inspiration to see what can be achieved, so thanks for sharing. I would have to say the over-exposed white render...
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    Art: Hi there Yrat, firstly good to hear you're...

    Hi there Yrat, firstly good to hear you're getting back into sculpting :)

    Generlly the piece looks to be going well, but I think proportions of the legs are still an issue, with the thigh being...
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    Art: Hi John, I'm a pretty new user of sculpey,...

    Hi John,

    I'm a pretty new user of sculpey, coming from working mostly in water clays so I'm just astounded by how thin you are workin on the tatteres of those trousers in your sculpt. How do you...
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    Hi there stoph,

    I would say the best way to create the fur texture you're looking for (at least in the thickest areas, such as the mane) is to first add sheets of sculpey to get the rough volume...
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    Art: @bloop? Cheer for the response (though not the...

    @bloop?

    Cheer for the response (though not the punch in the crotch :P) mate: all fair crits about the neck and shoulder areas of these pieces and now that I actually look at them they do all look...
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    Art: Nice neds mate: I like the subject matter and...

    Nice neds mate: I like the subject matter and your treatment of it, as it has a real anti-hero quality that I reckon can work well with figurative sculptures, setting them appart from the traditional...
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    Art: Hey there Faizan: just browsing through the...

    Hey there Faizan: just browsing through the comments here and those are some pretty strong words you have been given to work with, potentially bringing up all kinds of raw images, such as the...
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