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    First post in years, and some 3D work. (Very image heavy)

    Hi all,

    Thought I'd post some of my work here, since I'm trying to branch out into digital sculpting for statues, and toys. So here ya go:

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    So that's some of my current digital sculpting work. Also, if any of you happen to know how to approach getting work as a toy, or statue sculptor, please let me know. I'm pretty lost in this aspect. Thanks

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    Wow this looks amazing. I have no tips on how to get into the industry. I guess you could post things on sites likes this. Your work sure looks amazing!

    Ma Sketchbook brings all the girls to the forums, damn right its worse than yours.
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    Hi. Those are some beautiful sculpts you got there. My advice on getting into the toy/figurine biz is to send your portfolio/resume to the places you would like to work. McFarlane toys, Mattel, Hasbro etc. If you are business savvy another route you could take is to start your own line of figures and send your models to a manufacter to be 3-d printed. Good luck!

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    do you use Z-brush it's really outstanding work ..very detail.. you must be working with a famous video game developer

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    Thanks for the comments. I'm really glad you like my work.

    Yes, I work in Zbrush, But I don't work in a famous video game studio. I'm looking for work right now, and pretty much all the time. So if anyone needs some 3D art done for their video game, hit me up replica63@hotmail.com

    rajin, thanks for the information. I talked with someone who is a current statue sculptor, and they felt my work is not up to par yet. So I'm focusing on getting better, specifically in terms of anatomy, and cloth sculpting. I'll be trying again, soon, though.

    Thanks again for the comments, and for looking at my work. I might be posting more sometime soon.

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