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    Well, it's about time I post something.

    I began this sculpt in order to get back into doing real art, rather than tinkering with the technicalities of working in CG. The original concept was to sculpt a ballet dancer, but I found myself wanting to do something more than that. My goal was for this sculpt to convey a sense of joy and freedom of spirit. A release of the soul from worldly troubles. When I designed the pose, instead of referencing images of dancers I simply followed my gut feeling for what I wanted to convey. Interestingly the final pose is very close to a common ballet pose, but a little more wild.

    Let me know what you think.


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    And...straight to the Top Row. Mark my words.

    Fantastic.

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    Wonderful image and model!
    Do you have other points of views / closeup ?
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    Gorgeous composition
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    Love it. Top row material for sure

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    Beautiful! Me to wants close ups and different shots

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    TopRow?
    But, of course. By all means.
    Amazing piece of art!

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    Beautiful expression. Feels just like discovering zbrush after being an old-school poly modeler for a long time

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    Thumbs up

    Wonderful sense of movement! Top notch ... TOP ROW!

    Cheers, David
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    Thanks for your kind words all.

    Here are some additional renders




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    Very nice, I confirm my previous comment!
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    absolutely stunning
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    Here are some screen grabs from zbrush showing the face close up and the figure study.







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    A few more of the figure study





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    Wow, truly amazing work! The anatomy detail is awesome, the pose is dynamic and appealing. I'm very jealous the dress is also very beautiful

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