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    Default [fighter] Streets of Rage - zan - kendo

    All done in ZB


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    hand, would detail more but i have no spirit left in my sack!

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    It's good, keep going!


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    Cheers Eric i think i will

    Here is shiny ass for your nice comment.

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    What a place to put his tools in =) great work so far, i like he hand modeling a lot.
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    What's your workflow like? The hardsurface parts looks very clean.

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    Nice work. Just gotta love the toolbox.

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    cheers for the comments guys

    KillahPriest in relation to the hard surface stuff in ZB for me it is a total game changer if you want to see it done by a real pro i suggest taking a look at Mike Jensons DVD, I didn't start with a concept just some vague ideas in my head of what i wanted to do and i am finding although that perhaps isn't the best way to go as it leads to mistakes like the elbow you mentioned working solely in zbrush gives me far more control to test things than i had when hard surfacing in XSI or Max.

    Its not perfect though sometimes zb requires me to really work to get the shape i want having to remesh and make awkward clips. Its really hard to put a time frame on it to be honest.

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    Not sure if im going mental on this one, you ever get it where you are detailing something and you look at it from a different perspective and see something totally different.

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    Update time, pretty much done with the high poly, i could have gone crazy adding more surface detail but im not sure it would have come through in the end so i will leave it as is.

    pretty happy overall although there are quite a few areas i think could have used some improvements, Which i will mention later when i get some more time.

    As per before this is 100% zbrush no other apps were used other than photoshop to comp render layers.

    texture and colours are not indication of final model just placeholder.

    Please tell me what you think it will be appreciated.

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