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hello! different moods in these drawings, and a more or less "sharp" use of the cavity in z... amitiés.M. http://www2.zbrushcentral.com/uploaded_from_zbc/200404/user_image-1081549388sfw.jpg
this one, begin with beta version... all the textures are painted with texture master(sorry, projection master) and exported... http://www2.zbrushcentral.com/uploaded_from_zbc/200404/user_image-1081549778uax.jpg
last one, darker... (about individuality?..) full z2, and a lot of cavity in the render, that allows a very "sculptural" feeling of the form... http://www2.zbrushcentral.com/uploaded_from_zbc/200404/user_image-1081549885wft.jpg
04-09-04, 03:45 PM
Thanks for posting the excellent images.
Cool Toon :)
The second reminds me of an acrylic painting done in the tradition of oil painting :tu:
The Indian(I think it's an Indian) reminds me of Rembrant - the lighting
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I will not tell you that your work is great but I will tell you how I feel about it...I think about it..what feelings you have evoked!
I have never considered my self an artist just a craftsman becuase I used as reasoning for the creation of my work feeling? or the unknown higher supernatural/mystical. What is the point of art ?... it is a way to portray ones Philosophy , to understand with reason and logic why? and what for? not feelings , in the way that I have presented them....its for this reason that its so important to our culture.
From here stems my outmost respect for you as a person and your work , I'm refering to the last image of the 3 you posted. Becuase you are a true artist in its fullest meaning, one of very very few at least on the internet and for this, I owe you a thanks.
Secondly I wonder why you have created this work at this particular time....as I my self have the same questions. It is becuase I can understand the full extent of the meaning of individualism, which is present in your image, and that Im also aware of modern societies stagnation on this issue, that I feel abliged to praise your effort and convictions that have gone into this work!.....well done Marcel...
:tu: Beautifully done head :tu: Reminds me a bit of Robert Englund (the guy who played Freddy Cruger) only with a different nose :p
But sereously, love this 3rd pic, it has a beautifully expressed deeper meaning to it aswell as it is beautiful itself.
04-09-04, 04:37 PM
Noir, c'est noir, il n'y a plus d'espoir :D
J'ai pas pu resisté ! :)
04-09-04, 05:02 PM
They say that camels look like their owners; you have proved the reverse. For me the middle one, always a big fan of your keenly observed retrospective days of the colonies, empire and adventure.
The use of stubble is so effective
Don't go shaving just to please me....
04-09-04, 09:45 PM
Very realistic modeling, I love all three :D
04-10-04, 04:24 AM
marcel, as I say:
U are great :tu:
(Keep posting, keep posting, keep posting :D )
Whenever I come to this forum,there are certain names I look for.
Seeing their names brings the promise of something fantastic to look at.
I am one of their "fans".
May I say this most sincerely sir,you have never disappointed me.
04-10-04, 09:05 AM
marcel, all 3 are great! i especially like the middle one. u have a great skill at being able to capture unique personalities and characters. your ability as a master artist shows in all of your work that u post here. i really admire you talent.
just wondering how much of these pictures were done in Zbrush? if they were rendered in Zbrush, how did u get those interesting light and shadow effects?
04-10-04, 08:22 PM
I love your work Marcel :)
Ah yes now I see Jerry Lewis. We
Americans have forgotten this insight.
Our loss your gain.
Brilliant Stuff please keep it up
Hello Marcello ,the third one is beautiful. :tu:
Is it a Carrara render ?
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