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    it's nice to see some 3d in here.
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    Awesome 3D characters, I'd like to see some painted/rendered ones!
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    looks really great`~
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    Hi polydrawer, looks like you are pretty skilled in Z brush, is it easy to unleash that program ? Do you have some resources (tutorials, vids and stuff) to start sculpting in it ? I find it really good for anatomy studies and I want to experiment with it
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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

    designwip(will have less symmetry in the end ):
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    speedpaint:

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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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    loomis arm sculptstudy
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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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