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    clay....ish?

    here's a 3D sketch that I did yesterday in Mudbox, trying to get a rough clay sculpture look. Simple rendering in Modo203. I like doing CG that looks hand made
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    i like him better with no eyes, more relaxed. good job
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    here's a little vray rendering, to see how it looks in another renderer.
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    Awesome.
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    This test really appeals to me. I'm not a sculptor; but, I've seen a LOT of clay works in progress... and, your Mudbox experiment is a dead ringer to me.

    Had you not mentioned that you did it in Mudbox, I don't know that I would have considered it anything but a real clay work in progress.

    I was also intriqued by the results from the different rendering engines.

    Thanks for posting this.
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    very good looking

    this rock style is great, expression is nice, very strong

    Bravo
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    thank you !

    here are 3 more tests. the first 2 in vray and the last one in modo.
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    Right on man!

    I think you nailed it. You definitely have something going here that i for one think you should continue playing with. the texture is super!
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    You had me going, I looked to quick and thought it was a sculpture... the surface texture is great
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    This is awesome work! On a side note I really like Modo's renderer, it's so simple for a 3D noob like myself.
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    you should do 3d printing with it....that would be cool
    After all, dog is a dog. A duck is a duck. But a cat is a person.
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    Thanks guys!

    RogerAdams: Yes, Modo is a nice piece of software. It has a minimum amount of parameters to set up, but the results are great. Very fast renderer, awesome modeling tools...etc.
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