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    Great start on the horse and the cavalry soilder below it on the privious page in here..

    http://images.search.yahoo.com/searc...st&fr2=piv-web

    Reminds me of Frederick Remington..I was looking at his works in a book the other day while visiting the library where I live, and was thinking of doing a study of one of his drawings..He did some great action stuff..full of life and energy..
    Anyway..good luck with your piece..it's off to a great start already..
    Great job on that skull also..
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    Hi SpiritDreamer!

    Thank you, I'm really happy you like it. It is funny that you would mention Remington, he is one of my favorit artists and I use his books as reference for this project
    Few has the ability as he did to paint and sculpt horses so beautifully and to capture their movement so perfectly.

    Peace

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    are you the same crazy horse from SHH?
    didnt know you were this good.
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    Hi all!

    Pabgo: I'm happy you like it! No I'm not the same Crazy Horse I think, I don't even know what SHH is, what does it stand for?

    I like to share some work that I used Zbrush for, pocket book cover made for the swedish market. The head was sculpted, painted and rendered in ZBrush vs4, before the latest awsome update.
    I whish I had R2 when I did this, the renderpases was then composited in photoshop. hope you like it.

    Peace

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    That's a beautiful cover, Crazy Horse: A great use for ZBrush.

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    I think this is the tenth time I have re-subscribed to your thread.... ZBC is a weird thing and does this a lot at least to me.
    I love your work if I haven't told you that already and now that I am subscribed AGAIN maybe I can keep up with it!

    Cheers!
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    Long time since last post...

    Hey Mealea! I'm happy you stoped by

    haven't had much time to do my own stuff, but here are some wips...

    two portfolio illustrations I'm working on.





    Faune head study... for a project I'm working on.



    Critt and comments are always welcome

    Peace

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    really cool work on your latest portfolio work, those two illustration characters are looking sweat!
    Really like the idea behing it and armour of both is just perfect, not too much and not too less!
    Definently keep it up, looking forward to the end result! I suppose the last one is going to be a dear or something?
    Cheers,
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    Hi Kenny! thanks for droping by, happy you like it. The last one is not a deer, but you are right that he looks like one. It is a Faune or satyre like Pan and I did use references of a deer here is one render with teeth!



    Peace

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    looks nice mate

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    Hey Crazy Horse, I can't believe that I have not found your thread before now. Great sculpts you have here; I look forward to following your work .

    All The Best!

    Dave

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