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    He's sweet! Somehow gives me a feel there could be more things popping up above his head, he looks like he's in a deep meditative state.
    More fishes, a lot.
    Not joking.
    Well done julian.

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    Nice one! Agree with Etcher, maybe.....

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    Etcher, Michalis -nope guys, not more than one fish. sorry to disappoint you there.
    it's not about quantity, but the drama of one single fish

    But thanks nevertheless

    Bas - Hehe- that was quite funny, but also won't happen.
    Thanks for the laugh though. made my day

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    Great little gentleman Julian!, love the composition between him and the fish!, it's cool the manner in how you transfer something that is stuck in your head, you're right about how easy is to express something in zbrush, and sculpt it quickly, i think im gonna do that next time,sculpt the first thing that pop's out of my mind, to see what kind of weird stuff i came up

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    Thank you Manzarek - do that, just go right away and start thinking later

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    Aaaaaaarrrrrghhhh, maybe smoked? Or sushi?
    Can't wait to see the final, keep brushing

    btw: Manzarek, that's the way to use creativity, please show us!

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    Bbbb.....ut God made those trouts just for feeding the superior human race?

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    simply amazing!
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    Thank you Minastris.
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    sadboy_zb-T.jpg

    finally got a bit of sculpting time today.

    gave the sad guy I recently doodled for my last shader to test, a bit of an update and started a sketch of the missing link in evolution - the monkeybird

    the shader in the more redish images is a slightly modified variation of Ralf Stumpf's great 'one stop shader' shader he recently posted generously here.

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    WOW, great sculpting, the missing link is my favorite.
    But what do you mean 'the missing' , I met one yesterday.

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    Love your sketchbook! Great work!

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    Default Progeria -'A Life Fast Forward' revision 2

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    Porgeria2011_T.jpg

    I felt I had to go back to this little young old man again.
    He kept "calling" whispering into my ear
    There was always something about the pose that was missing for me. it was ok, almost there, but in the end not completely what I wanted for him. big dynamic action poses are quite a lot easier than subtle still ones
    anyway - now after a while and a fresh new look at him I figured it out.
    rendered with BPR in Zbrush as usual.
    hope you like it.

    the introduction from my initial 'progeria' thread:
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    I have been fascinated by this strange condition/illness called Progeria, ever since I knew about it. what fascinated me most is how those kids manage to actually be very lively and often appear quite happy, knowing that their life span is very limited, because they age rapidly every day and are old people when they reach their teens.
    I hope I managed to treat the subject with respect with my rendition of a Life fast forward.
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    Porgeria2011.jpg

    wanted to try what I can get out of a plain vanilla BPR render without doing any compositing afterwards.
    so here are 3 one shot BPR renders.
    just set it up, hit render , exported document , added a frame and saved as jpg. no further image manipulation.

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