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    Awesome sculpts man, love how expressive they all are. Keep em coming


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    tnx guys!

    samborek: i never really used tutorials for zbrush, the pixologic site has some tutorials to get you started

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    Polydrawer's Sketchbook (A mix of all spices)

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    I really have to thank you for showing the zbrush sculpts. You have inspired me to learn it also. Is it possible if you are willing to explain your work flow in 3d? If you have time feel free to drop by my sketchbook and critique my sculpts.

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    tnx knarf , i can't really sum up my workflow in a few words but i guess it comes down to structure first detail later. Maybe i'll screencap or livestream a sculptsession

    early wip for a toony'er project
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    masterstudy wip

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    Cool Raven, I'm looking forward to that masterstudie.

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    amazing to see the amount of sculpts you turn up with at a given time...how long does one speedsculpt on an average take ? do you start out with spheres n cubes ? or you make a quick base in some polymodeling software ?
    keep up the good work !

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    tnx guys,

    dchung, usually i start out with a pretty undefined lowpoly mesh that has the general shape of the object that i am going to model.


    I made an entry for the polycount.net sculpting compo
    You had to create a character that was a literal interpretation of a game related companies name

    i chose massive black fcourse

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    tnx

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    Hi.
    Nice improvements! I like the cartoon warrior and punched creature! Lots of quality!
    Keep on the good work!

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    Wonderfull sculpts man! Do you by any chance have and good Zbrush tutorrials you might wanna share, and if you do, could you send me a PM?

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    tnx for the comments

    a (dude i got to start painting again but i'll keep it simple) paint
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    and one from ref ^^
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    Wonderful sculptures! Just had to subscribe.

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    Cool stuff! The guy with the medic symbol around his arm is cool too but he seems out of proportion. His head looks a bit big for his body and his legs are a bit short. Great work otherwise, keep it up!

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    tnx for the input guys

    been a while but i'm pretty busy for school

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    Cool sketchbook! I really like your sculpts - that goat skull is brilliant.
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    neat stuff, work on faces more it seems like you over do features and have difficulty with the facial features of different races.

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    These are excellent figures made in zbrash. How long it took you to learn the program? Can you recommend any tutorials. Thank you in advance. Great work, keep it up!

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    tnx for the comments guys !

    Krato: yeah i'll be boosting my drawingactivity after my exams that will hopefully be my last ones that keep me from making "art".
    So studies of facial features and a shitload of other fundamentals will be taken care of from that point on

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    Hey,

    saw your comment in my SB ^^

    I myself never used a lot of tutorials (a lot of trial and error )
    but there are some pretty good ones out now for the new version of zbrush

    the free ones on the pixologic site can get you started
    http://www.pixologic.com/zclassroom/homeroom/

    and these two dvd's (not free) give a lot of indepth info on all features of zbrush
    http://eat3d.com/zbrush35_intro
    http://eat3d.com/zbrush35_character

    the sculptingprocess itself is compareable to when you draw faces , start with a simple blockout and get all te forms in there before going into detail

    anyway i hope it helps

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    Ugh. I love your Zbrush stuff. We have a dude at work who is amazing with it and I'm always blown away with how he makes my characters and creatures come to life. Keep rocking that stuff as I'm sure it informs your knowledge of anatomy and form. Great thread! Keep posting and we'll keep eating it up!

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    tnx zebz ^^

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    nice sketchbook, and nice mexican mutant
    really nice paints and sculpts, keep them up

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    tnx sandeir ^^

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    man.. you have some really awesome concept work going on. i request more mechs!
    your 3d sculpts flow so organically, really liking your work - keep it up and thanks for the inspiration!

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    Very impressive pieces. Sorry I cannot offer any suggestions or critiques at the moment lol, your far beyond me right now.

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    You have some brilliant stuff going on here! I particularly like this batter (sorry, didn't know what else to call him). And he has a sombrero too!

    You definitely seem more confident with your strokes and colour scheme now, keep it up!
    Sketchbook - I really appreciate comments and critique, please visit!

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    tnx for the kind words guys

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    and i'm working on a new sculpt based on the paint above
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    some more wips

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