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    good work on this sculpt , at the first shot i thought it's a real one.
    didn't know we could tweak lighting in zbrush

    well, a painting program !!! you're also a programmer , crazy !
    you rocks


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    Very clean sculpt. Great anatomy . Cool cool ... looking forward to the final
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    hehe tnx guys !

    here's a paint from ref i just made, it has been a while since i've done one of these :p
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    a paint i started working on yesterday

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    speedpaint , trying to get some mood and scale going on
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    and another speedy concept for a L4D mod

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    Cool stuff man . To add more scale to scene, try to repeat shapes or maybe try to add more depth by using warmer tones in front and colder ones in the background.
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    tnx for the tips lyno

    wip of a new paint

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    thAt monkey in the background sure want to get laid, lol his expression is very funny. "he is like wtf?"
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    hehe glad you like him :d

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    paint from ref

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    Nice work! Love the ref painting you did. Would be cool to see you push the gestures of some of your characters a bit more just to give some life/personality. Keep it up!
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    tnx for the comment jackpot, yeah i totally agree i'm gonna do more gestures and get some dynamics in those characters

    here are some rough faces i did after work today just to keep a bit bussy artwise between learning for school
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