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    Aaaaah! that did it! Simple as that.

    The "bend" do actually allow to deform the curve as you wish.
    I won't bother you with some screen-shots now

    Huge thanks for this ^^

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    Default Wow!

    I really don't know what else to say!
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    Thanks!

    Here's the render settings

    EDIT: These are the settings for the turntable video. The setting for the images are the same thing (keep SubPix at 3) but the rays are around 250 for shadows and 120 for the AO.



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    Exovirus looks amazing!

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    Thanks a lot! I really appreciate the screen grabs
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    Very imaginative work and beautiful execution! Question: I’ve been trying to figure out how to create a turntable with the same cast-shadow quality of a BPR… I thought this would be standard with the new update. Am I missing something?

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    Well wicked models!!
    Just curious of how long it took for you to sculpt them?
    Also with the crazy man one, how many subtools where used and how many total polygons was the final model?
    One more thing with the crazy man, where the hell did you come up with that design, did yo create it on the fly or did you do a bit of a drawing or two before hand??

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    Thanks for you comments everyone!

    @Skadalilama : You can render a video with BPR if you do a BPR render just before you start the timeline recording (by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+LEFT CLICK on the timeline slider)

    @nicko mcnicko : I don't remember how much time it took me to sculpt them... the best I can say is about 2 weeks on each working on and off after work. The polycount is about 40 millions and the number of subtools varies a lot (sometime I merge and sometimes I split them) but I try to have it a lot in order to free the ram and avoid lagging. If you really want a number I'll say about 70 for the girl and 40 for the monster
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    Amazing work!!!! Great ARTWORK!

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    Incredible Sculpt and design! Such a clean sculpt too!
    Great work sir! Really admires the quality of your work!

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    Not sure how I managed to overlook this thread until now? Some beautiful work here!
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    Wow! that´s a scary creature, shuld sell it for Silent Hill, ahaha

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    oh incredible machine ))

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    just love it

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    mind blowing stuffs here!
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