The brooch is lovely!
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The brooch is lovely!
My eyes are dutifully wobbled!
And my heart is aflutter with the re-animated online presence of Mr Boozy! Always a visual chocolate Ã©clair: naughty, but very nice!
Vive la 2.5D!
Beautiful! I love it.
Just make sure the head is subdivided enough to remove the moire effect on the hair.
Very well done! I hope you get all the accolades this work deserves.
My boy is on an I.C.U. ward at the moment, which makes this image hit very hard and low.
Couldn't skip off to the festivities without wishing you all a very happy Christmas. I hope your telly breaks down, so you'll have no distractions from playing with ZBrush ;)
This done for my nephew's birthday. Needless to say, all drawn in ZBrush. Only the lettering got warped into the round afterwards in PS.
Phenomenal! So strong and so well executed!
One thing only: 'Arctic' needs 'the' before it:-
'Last year 300,000 barrels of crude oil were leaked in the Arctic.'
Strikingly beautiful image!
Nice sketches! All drawn in ZBrush? Did you use QuickSketch?
Thank you, Marcus! It was a joy to do.
My boy, Roan's first birthday present. He was one on Monday. This was all done with ZBrush, the B&W masks drawn in normal ZBrush and the colour portrait painted in PaintStop.
Haha! Full of character! Stands out from the other thumbnails.
This Ganesh sculpt is excellent! I, personally would have wanted to put the sculpture 'through the wars' and have it look weathered, with some minor damage, lost fragments. Scuffed objects just do...
This is becoming a very beautiful sculpture!
This is a drawing I did, using ZBrush, for my nephew. He's a big fan of Asterix at the moment. The big lump with the katana is my own character, the Correspondence Course Warrior.
OK: you made me laugh! Nice likeness and great joke.
Do you think he wants to annex Easter Island too? To protect Russian civilians living there, of course. ;)
Needless to say: terrific model!
However, the small Japanese calligraphy on the chest is back to front. Was this intentional?
A sheaf of straw!
Really, really nice! Just so appealing on many levels. Love the 'brush strokes' as someone else said. Also, am attracted by the ambivalence of the image: are they regretting a too hasty attack and...
I love the Trespasser illo. It leads your mind to imagine what happens next.
I'd have perhaps made the eyes focus on the submarine a bit more, though.
Splendid study! Much to be applauded in these days of Marvellous Designer insta-cloth! Were you frustrated or did you enjoy the process? I find cloth modelling strangely therapeutic!
Someone will probably have mentioned this before, but these remind me also of electron microscopy images. There are flies' compound eyes here, certainly!
I think these are great! They remind me of the free-wheeling, liberated art that was created with ZBrush in the early days, before it all got sculpturally serious. I love the way you're using ZB as a...
Yes, Hepworth was a colleague of Henry Moore's. They met as students at Leeds Art School and continued to influence each other and pursue similar themes in their work.
My image is not a copy of...