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  1. Thread: Open It

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    Yes!!

    Brilliant work! And yes, the woman absolutely reminds me of Kate Mulgrew, the woman who played Captain Janeway in Star Trek Voyager! It's the nose and chin.
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    I love the humour in this!

    This is a hilarious and beautiful work. Nicely done!
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    I love the story!

    I really love the story that is told by the clothing. The mismatched zippers and the assembled pieces of other clothing and ties tell a story of profound hardship and yet, victory. Beautifully done!...
  4. Thread: The HITMAN

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    Nice work. You absolutely nailed the cruelty with...

    Nice work. You absolutely nailed the cruelty with the expression on his face! The hooded eyes and the smirk...
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    Gobsmacked...purely and simply.

    Gobsmacked...purely and simply.
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    Fair enough and well said. The combination of...

    Fair enough and well said.

    The combination of two phrases smacked me the wrong way..."I don't care what you say..." and "The BEST feature..." I've been battling corporations for a long time...
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    No, sorry. The best feature of ZBrush is the...

    No, sorry. The best feature of ZBrush is the quality of the tool and the amazing work that the community is able to create with it. That Pixologic has been as generous as they have with their updates...
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    Sticky: Then my friend, you have no need to apologise for...

    Then my friend, you have no need to apologise for your English! ;)
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    Sticky: You're saying that you can map the different keys...

    You're saying that you can map the different keys to the hotring with clockwise movement triggering one hotkey and counterclockwise movement triggering another. Is this correct?
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    Nicely done! You have an amazing eye for detail....

    Nicely done! You have an amazing eye for detail. The pieces make me believe that an artisan laboured over them and that they were worn or used with pride...I "know" that they have a story.
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    I *love* this piece in every detail but one—the...

    I *love* this piece in every detail but one—the cloned smoke on the left hand side. And I absolutely agree with the calls for top row!
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    Grandma is magnificent! Beautifully done!

    Grandma is magnificent! Beautifully done!
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    Eerie and Creepy magazines were amazing. My...

    Eerie and Creepy magazines were amazing. My favourite stories were El Cid...the ink work and the dynamism of the bodyforms was stunning.
  14. Again we have a battle between literalists and...

    Again we have a battle between literalists and symbolists. Consider the dress uniforms of various military groups and how impractical it would be to fight therein. The Coldstream Guard, the Swiss...
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    @Support, am I correct in assuming that it is a...

    @Support, am I correct in assuming that it is a technique and not a built-in function? I've managed to get curls but they aren't as precise nor as regular as Pixolator's. It is more of a Pull,...
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    Thank you!

    Thank you!
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    @raayaar, are you referring to his pulling out...

    @raayaar, are you referring to his pulling out the tendrils or how he does the "swirly" bits in the wings? If it's the latter, I'd like to know as well. It's a common enough effect in 2D with...
  18. Thread: Red Innocence

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    The difference between the first picture (on P1.)...

    The difference between the first picture (on P1.) and the last rendering (on P4.) points to just how sensitive our brains are to faces. The second one has a world of experience. One could write a...
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    :lol: Here's a person who understands human...

    :lol: Here's a person who understands human nature!Frankating...
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    [QUOTE=kallo;868863]slocik - I'm pretty much self...

    [QUOTE=kallo;868863]slocik - I'm pretty much self learned concerning anatomy so I know I still have a lot to learn.
    Look for some books by Burne Hogarth - Dynamic Figure Drawing, Dynamic Anatomy...
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    Nicely done. I like the "tilt-shift' effect,...

    Nicely done. I like the "tilt-shift' effect, though that may not be what you were looking for. It conveys more emotion than the renderings I see most often on this site...almost as though a...
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