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    Default Aristeus

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    Aristeus was the son of Apollo and the huntress Cyrene.
    He was worshiped in ancient Greece as the protector of hunters, shepherds and herds and also considered the pioneer of beekeeping and olive groves.
    The original sculpture is from François Joseph Bosio, a french artist from the eighteenth-century. The references i've used to do this 3D "tribute" are from the Louvre Museum.
    Everything was made in Zbrush. With Zspheres and simple primitives.
    The render is 3dsMax / Mental ray.

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    Enjoy it!
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    This is perfect, outstanding work...hope it will TR...would love to see WIPs...great job again!

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    Amazing work Mario! love it!

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    Excellent job on this!
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    Amazing rendering and modelling. I really need to test Vray. All model looks so real.
    A the fisrt glance i though it was your reference picture for a work...
    Congrat's

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    That is great. Could you post reference, for comparision?

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    Incredible Mariano ! Top Notch as usual !

    Would you share the method of how you got the body to look "polished" like the statue?

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    i have no word to say its really gr888888888

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    Wow...Excellent sculpting and job done on him..Outstanding..

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    amazing work.....

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    nice copy dude!! Great model!
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    Thanks very much guys! I'll make a small step by step asap!

    two more closes!
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    I love how it looks in mentalray render. I can imagine how many tests you had to do until figure out what could be wrong. Excellent work.

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    Nice anatomy. Very clean details.

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