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    Smile PietraSerena´s Sketchbook(Nudity)

    Starting a new thread with my first posts here at Zbrushcentral.I have been following the forums but never took my time to post here myself.
    I am currently a student at the Babelsberg Film School in Berlin,Germany so I am trying to get some pogress in my sculpts with lots of critique of the unique members here at Zbrushcentral.
    Originally I have been working as a traditional sculptor in marble and clay.

    These scuplts done with the extensive use of the great Planar and Polish Brushes and Zspheres.Originally modelled as a sculpture for my Movie Project on Biomechanoid Forms.Now it stands for itself- The simulation of its genesis in would have been way to complex for my tiny computer.I added some new shots with the posed figure and different lighting. I was trying to achieve a believable symbiosis of natural and artificial forms-thus getting a balance between semi-soft parts and real hard surfaces.

    This is Brachycera Alpha.


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    Nils

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    Here is my sculpt with the title "Blacksmith and the boy".A rather classical piece I worked on.

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    Nice sculpting ..I really like the Blacksmith and the boy piece

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    Ah, some real sculpture here.
    And excellent renders btw.

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    @Spirit dreamer. Glad you like it
    @Michalis:THX!Yeah,I tend to the tradtional like you.Saw your sculpts in your sketcbook-Very nice!

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    Here is my sculpture "The Kiss" I did for a competition.I also included the a pic of the male figure separated.Tried to get a flowing baroque feeling and not to hassle to much with lots of detail which would be in my eyes disturbing for the lines of the figures.

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    Great work -and loving the matcap on the green bronze..how do you achieve such a realistic bronze effect, and is it rendered in ZB? Really nice believable lighting. Sebastien839

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    Great job on The Kiss piece...Beautiful end result..

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    @Sebastien:thank you so much.It is indeed rendered in Zbrush.The first one with BPR Renderer and the others in 3.5 with Bronze Matcap from Pixologic as a base.I modified this matcap and textured the figure to heighten this bronze effect

    @SpiritDreamer:Very kind of you.ThanksAppreciate your comments!

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    Great sculpting, love it.
    -and loving the matcap on the green bronze..how do you achieve such a realistic bronze effect,
    Its the well known bronze matcap combined with painted texture. In zb or else. I use adopted matcaps in blender all the time (normal projection)

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    Excellent.

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    Superschön!!! Spitzen Arbeit
    lg Silberdenar

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    @Michalis:Thanks so much!You are right about the Matcap

    @Mauro:THX!Very nice sculpts you have in your sketchbook.Bravo!

    @Floydshayvious:Thanks!Very kind of you!

    @Silberdenar:Vielen Dank.Freut mich,dass Dir die Arbeiten gefallenBist du auch aus dem Berliner Raum?

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    Here some older work of mine "Helena".
    Posting it for the first time.Hope you like it!

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