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    Beautiful work. Nice to see the timelapse as well.

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    Good job . Looks even better when watched full-screen in HD.
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    Thanks!! Here is a short video of how I made the render in ZBrush 4R3. Hope you all find it useful



    and here are the transparency, shadow and AO settings I used...

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    Needed that

    Thnx, and yes you are awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshDuck View Post
    Needed that

    Thnx, and yes you are awesome!
    Awesome buddy really needed that aswell, really helpful.
    Your interpretation of the thark is amazing buddy, really love it!
    Cheers my friend,
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    Awesome render! Thanks for sharing!

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    Yah thanks for posting that too late I spent forever trying to figure out how to do a transparent layer on my beast eyes. Your eyes look better.

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    Thank you so much for sharing the technique

    I gonna try that tonight!
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    really nice sculpt and big thanks for sharing the process of it!.. I was wondering how did you make the eye's? they look very real.

    greetz,

    Andre

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    That is amazing. The eyes are superb. I would love to know how you did them......
    I will finish it one day!

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    Thanks very much for sharing!
    I like the render.

    cheers!

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    Thanks everyone! I really appreciate it!


    Here is a quick step-by-step of how I did the Thark's eyes. Hope you all find it helpful as well!

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    thanks for sharing

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    thanks a bunch!!

    I´m not sure I understod the structure correctly.
    three parts?
    two half spheres one upon the other (internal and external) and one circular plane?

    Is the internal sphere sliced at the front a little bit?

    I´m sorry if I ask stupid questions.

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    Thanks Maxter buddy for this great little tutorial, tried it out right anyway and really had a great result, will post a sculpt later where I will mention you on for sure! Thanks buddy!
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