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    Pretty sweet man, more zbrush stuff! Ive been using it a ton of the week or two. Theres some good mini speed sculpting challenges on forums that are always fun to join.

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    nice variety here!! keep it up!!

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    ~AA-ron : Yea, I've been playing more around with it^^, I've actually got an account on the zbrush forums, but for some reason I am not allowed to post anything... But if you have any good tutorials, or challenges, send em and I'll check em out

    ~shardana : Thank you!

    An old one, and today's speed sculpt. More to come

    Sorry for the large images, I'm lazy tonight...
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    Yea man, watch out, youll get addicted to zbrush haha. Good updates too. I had that happen with my first account on the zbrushcentral forums but then I created another and it was fine. I know they send an email confirmation, so if that didnt go through that might be the cause.
    Any way, heres a link to some of the many mini sculpting challenges; http://forums.3dtotal.com/forumdisplay.php?f=94
    The current challenge is a manimal (humanoid and animal) model, they supply the basemesh that you import. Theyre always fun its cool to post your concepts here. I did that with the past challenge; speed sculpting an orc's head. Id have to say the best place for info is zbrushcentral question & trouble shooting forums, challenges an main forum (plus the tutorial sections ). Keep it up!

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    ~AA-ron : haha, jepp, I'm ZBugged. And now i believe I'm getting the hang off ZSpheres !

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    Lookin good. Zspheres are pretty fun for getting down the form. I used to bash my head up against the wall while trying to do zsphere hands, but I think I finally got it. Theres a lot you can alter with the zsphere resolution settings to get a better setup too. Looks like all you need to do with the horned-head is add some eyes, paint it and comp it in photoshop. More more!

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    ~AA-ron: I have no idea how to do eyes

    Another one. I liked this one for some reason. Some major flaws but I'm happy, off to a party, cya!

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    I actually think that last one is the best looking one so far, might have something to do with the sharpish edges and forms! Nice design.

    You planning on overpainting these chaps or

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    Eyes are pretty easy, just make a 3dsphere a subtool under the subtool menu in the tools palette. Sculpts are looking better and better.

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    Um, those 3d things are really sweet. I've heard of Zbrush, and I'm thinking that being proficient in 3d modeling would be helpful in the industry....

    How much is Zbrush, or can I get it for free? Or should I start out using another program instead?


    Awesome sketchbook, man!

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    Really cool zBrush sculptures! I've tried it too but couldn't get past modelling anything that looked different from a weird potato. keep it up!

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    ~Lakka : Yea I agree. Starting to get the feel of the program (though I still don't know half the features!) -not sure what I'm gonna do. Think I'm gonna leave these be. Want to explore the software more before I go 1337...

    ~AA-ron : Seems easy, but still can't get it to work the way I want... I need to play around with it more, but thanks!

    ~drd : ZBrush is pretty easy once you learn the features, just like any program. I've actually tried Mudbox also a little, seems sweet as well. Just search and try the trails. BUT! I would look for tutorials first and watch them several times before the trail. It sucks when you have 30days to LEARN the software instead of playing with it...

    ~Maidith : trust me, I've gone through the same thing. I tried 3D a looong time ago, and failed. But now tutorials are helpful! -that, and I refuse to just quit

    Quick Portrait study before bed. Those eyes were sooo interesting. I bet you he has experienced things we couldn't even imagine...

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    Heja Brann!
    Good stuff in here...
    Interesting 3D experiments...

    I would say that most of your digi, although nice, lack character...maybe try to be more audacious... leaving some bold strokes, hard edges...
    Keep it up and it will come along nicely

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    You are making great progress

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    Thanks for stopping by my SB. Your Z brush work is pretty damn cool...now your environments make me wanna drool a bit. Excuse the slobber. You my friend are progressing very nicely.

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    ~Creatinity : I totally understand what you mean. I have to work on that. Thanks for popping by!

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    ~Kaffinated : Thanks man! I sure hope I am

    Next update will have to be bigger...
    Oh and, exams suck

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    Really interesing z-brush design - certainly not the usual alien head stuff U see. Cool to see a paint over - "hurrricane style"
    keep it up

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    ~kidult : Thanks mate! -just trying to be creative and let my mind go wild Got a math exam coming up, so after that I should have more time to have fun with art

    Quick update. Was going to be a goblin for my good friend, to me it turned out as a mixed breed between a goblin and orc... Oh well

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    these rock man! paint over one, like hurricane does, seems to be a great exercise

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    Yeah tell him algenpfleger!

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    Wow, these are awesome. I think you should do what algenpfleger is saying, that would be a great exercise indeed! both 3d and paintings are great, good job sir!

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    ~algenpfleger, kidult, Homeless Foxman : Thanks to the three of you, I'll give it another try when I actually have more time... exams suck, as I've mentioned before. -but life ROCKS!

    talking about rocking! Hurricane ROCKS! He is totally the best
    I love his art. period. Here is a dedication to him. A quick 2,5hour 3D based on a concept he made a while ago. I started of with a mesh I downloaded from Pixologic's site.
    Obviously it isn't even near his skills, but fun to make non the less!

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    Looking better and better

    "From here to the ears and eyes of the 'verse!"
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    ~AA-ron : Thanks mate

    under 45 minutes each of pure fun. Used the same plain simple head basemesh on them. I actually had 2 more, but since ZBrush crashed several times, and my lack of saving enough...

    exam closing in...

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    I really like the 3-d stuff, each head is different and unique from the last but where are the rest of their bodies?!

    thats the only crit from me, well that and where is the paints??

    keep it up man

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    I really like the 3-d stuff, each head is different and unique from the last but where are the rest of their bodies?!

    thats the only crit from me, well that and where is the paints??

    keep it up man

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    Cool zbrush speedies. Keep it up and good luck with the exams. See ya!!!

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    Nice sketchbook. Environments are looking good as well as the Zbrush stuff!

    Keep it up.

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    really good zbrush stuff, dude. good to see some nice 3d.

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    ~Aveh : They will come when I eventually get my finger out... ty for popping by.

    ~XaNverse : Thanks mate Hope too see you here again.

    ~Chris_Grisham : Thanks, I will.

    ~Flaskpost : Cheers mate. Love your stuff!

    Small update. Tried Painters Sargent brush, so I thought I might as well use it on a masterstudy by Sargent! Around an hour on it. Keeping the focus on the face, and simplifying the values. I've got the step by steps if anyone wants to see the simple process...
    And another late night quick sculpt. Ideas are bubbling! -but need sleep

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