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    Can someone sculpt this in zbrush

    This is the pelvis formula that Andrew Ameral teaches according to his website. Unfortunately I live on the east coast and cant take his ecorche class.

    But ive been looking for a pelvis formula for a long time now and this ones perfect.

    So.. I was wondering if someone can sculpt this in zbrush. I know many people studying anatomy will benefit from this.

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    I can certainly sculpt something like that in or for Z, it may be a good anatomical exercise for me. If I make it and let you have a copy, what would it be used for, and what permissions are needed, if any?
    Which part did you have in mind, the general mass (right hand side) or the details or?
    What kind of a timeline are you looking for?

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    Im not really sure about copy right issues, i guess i could e-mail ameral and find out if there is any liability.

    As for the sculpting part, what im looking for is the general mass on the right hand side.

    Also what do you mean by timeline?

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    Copyright, for example, If I make it, and give it to you, then you share it with your friends who want to learn.... it becomes a teaching tool of some sort. Considering that it originated from another 'teaching tool', the book, it may be a problem, releasing a freebie tool, on the guys turf, in a way. Let's say if the roles were reversed, and I wrote a teaching tool, and someone else made a model off it, I'd be at least a little ambivalent about it..... ESPECIALLY if it's going to be shared.

    Sheesh, the more I think about it , the more I think it may not be a good thing to be doing it. At first I thought, heck, yea i can model that, but I didn't think it though that well before speaking up (story of my life).

    Timeline, as in how soon did you want it. In a few days, or is in few weeks ok, or something else?

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    It might benefit you if you try sculpting it yourself. It doesn't have to be Zbrush but you can get some sculpty and do the same.

    You'll benefit because sculpting really helps you learn form.

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