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    Hi

    I'm very excited to share with you the second sneak peek of ZBrush 4R2! (ZBrush 4 Release 2)

    The previous sneak peek showcased the new and improved BPR renderer that has been updated to a full 32-bits floating-point HDR pipeline.
    With Z4R2 you will be able to render high quality images while utilizing improved materials, lights, and environment mapping.

    Z4R2 packs significant, new features, as well as major enhancements throughout ZBrush.
    I do believe ZBrush 4R2 will enable you to be more creative and productive than ever before.

    We will be posting more information upon our return from SIGGRAPH.
    For now, enjoy this pre-Siggraph preview.




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    We will be unveiling Z4R2 at SIGGRAPH 2011 in Vancouver.
    To see everything that Pixologic has planned for SIGGRAPH and to sign up for your complimentary guest pass, click here.



    ZBrush 4R2 will be released for both Win & Mac on 9/20/11! (September 20th, 2011) .
    All registered users of the current version, including those who purchase between now and the release of ZBrush4R2, will receive the new version as a free upgrade.



    Have Fun ZBrushing,

    -Pixolator

    note: "Anatomy Study" model courtesy of Intervain. "Hero" model courtesy of bLawless .

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    Mind = Blown.

    Can't wait.

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    WOW!!! This amazing!

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    Awesome stuff. Can't wait for more at Siggraph.

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    I just realized my mouth was open through entire video..

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    Can't Wait!

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    aaalllrriiigghhttt!!!
    The greatest emperor in the world is one you never know is there.
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    oh my god. are thos boolean style operations I see?

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    what

    the

    hell

    ??!?!?!?!

    i don't even understand what's going on... do we have sculptris functionality embedded in zb now? with "perma uv"? daaaaaayuuummm...

    and what's with all those curve to geometry operations? fffffuuuuuuu

    and those crazy ass booleans???

    woooooooooooow

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    I need to say this one more time! HOLY CRAP!!!
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    Sculptris sculpting type in ZBrush baby!

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    Man this is awesome
    Did I see the background moving towards the end?
    SpaceMan's Space Book Journal On ZBrush
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...rnal-On-ZBrush

    Wormholes were first introduced to the public over a century ago in a book written by an Oxford mathematician. Perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. His name was Charles Dodgson, his pseudonym was Lewis Carroll, and the book was Through The Looking Glass. ***8212; Michio Kaku

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    I'm just speachless......
    Jaw dropping stuff!
    Luv you so much Pixologic

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    No words to describe except, eager!!!
    bring on 9-20!!

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    I am almost speechless!
    I am seeing things here that I have been waiting and asking for since 1.55b!
    I almost wanna cry!

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!

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