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    clean and professional looking stuff man, Ive been stalking your work.
    Props!

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    Rad stuff man! That last one is killer. Take it easy

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    Your suits are so sick and other worldly. Subbed.

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    do you work in film?, visited your link and the designs are all incredible, some of the best sci fi, alien, concept stuff I've seen, very inspiring

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    guys. thanks heaps !!

    @Hostile17. nah i don't really do any art type stuff for a living. some freelance game modelling but that's about it. the holy grail would be to sit next to my main man ATAnderson up there ( 'sup brother ! ). tuck under his giant wing and learn from the pros. but yeah. these scribbles i like to make have little practical application i'm afraid. . .




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    This one looks promising. Will you finish him?

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    nah. was a tiny thumbnail i had found and kinda liked. just blew him up 200 and will leave him be ( really digging your sketchbook by the way man. awesome )

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    awesome again, any other creatures in the works?

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    thanks man. i haven't done much sculpting at all lately. really need to get back on that buzz but been having a bit of fun with these little scribbles


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    Have you done traditional sculpting, or strictly digital? once again in awe of your designs, really fantastic stuff, curious who your influences are? If you are a traditonal sculptor I see Jordu Schell and Simon Lee in the way you pose hands.

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    i've played with chavant a little bit. such a beautiful medium to work with a. and yeah i'm a huge fan of spider zero. if there was any one sculptor i would look to for inspiration though. . . big poppa beswarick is the one : http://beswarick.blogspot.co.nz/

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    I like post 103 and your most recent zbrush stuff is super polished man!
    I am intimidated to try zbrush at this time, how long have you trained with it?


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    hey. thanks man. i've used it a while now but. to be fair. i don't usually ever take things beyond the main shapes. just using it as another sketching tool really. give it a go man. get in there and smush some shapes around. . . pretty fun

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    Such an interesting choice to make the background color the same as the forum's. Diggin' it. Have you ever considered doing something different with the background ?

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    using transparent png's is all. kinda like having them married to whatever board they're pasted into. would likely just go with flat grey otherwise

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