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    3d doodles

    hey all!

    finally desided to show some of my 3d doodles, here. most of them are done i silo and just for fun.
    normally stuff i do when i got a few hours free in the evening.

    well, enough blabling. here they are...

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    -another one. a bit old, but hey

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    Cool stuff. I tried Mudbox a few times and it´s pretty cool, but I wanted to learn more on Zbrush because it´s so much than just a sculping tool.
    Anyway you used a clean topology, do you plan to animate any of this?
    Again, cool stuff, thanks for sharing

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    GREAT stuff, man. Are you a pro.?

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    doodles?

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    nice stuff man , your animals are really good. I second styler " doodles? "

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    really kick ass models! gets me pumped to hit up my 3d max and zbrush!

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    I agree, nice stuff
    I gotta learn Zbrush too!
    Very inspiring.

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    hey guys!

    sorry for the late reply.
    thanks alot for all the nice words, it really means alot.

    lennon: i don't plan on animating any of these (-i'm no animator). but i always try to have as clean topology as possible. it just looks nicer and then i got the possibility of getting them animated.

    slavi555: hehehe.. well, i've been working some time in the industry, now. so, yeah!

    styler and slord: thanks alot, slord. love your sculpts.
    i see them, more or less as doodles as i normally use just around 2-3 hours on each.

    stalsby: thanks. go get em tiger

    Noukah: thanks.

    hope to get some more done soon.

    -r

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    hey all!

    finally got zb3 up running. man! -that's so cool.
    well, here's my first sculpt done in it. it's abe sapien from hellboy (-kinda my own interputation).
    3d doodles

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    Woah! Awsome, hmm maybe i should give Zbrush another shot, IM a 3d Modeler but never had enough money to invest in Zbrush,

    Sorry to steal your thread:

    I guess i gotta reinstal XP since Zbrush dont work on vista - is there Zbrush for mac, since thats what I currently am on?

    Pm me. - Thanks

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    hey alex!

    thanks for kind words.
    i diffently think you should go buy zb3, though i'm not sure if the mac version or zb3 is out. aswell as i dunno if you need to buy a mac version, when you are running windows.

    here's a few picts of my newest model. base was done in silo2 and sculpted in zb3.
    it still needs alot of work.

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    -forgot to post some of the other picts...

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