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    thanks for the screenshot, I havent looked very far into lightcaps yet, so I'm now quite intrigued...

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    Lightcap is lots of fun, I use it at work quite a bit for presentations and reviews

    I've got some bigger models on the go, but have been speed sculpting at lunch here and there. Here are some of em, about 45-60 minutes from spheres.







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    And another lunch crunch using Dynamesh and mainly 'Dam Standard' & 'Magnify' brushes.

    Last edited by darkvir; 12-24-11 at 08:14 AM.

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    Brilliant work
    - Soso
    "Practice isn't the thing you do once you're good. It's the thing you do that makes you good."

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    Mindblowing sculpts - Totally love the style of yours!
    I think great designs are the most important thing and anatomy ofcourse,
    but yours are fantastic!
    Looking forward seeing more from you Bobby,
    Cheers and happy sculpting,
    Kenny
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    • TheArtofSoso & KC-Production > Thx for your kind words

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    Amazing!!

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    You have a very unique style. Inspiring and brilliant.
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    orsenwelles > thx!
    sovietsteel > thanks, means a lot! I'm just trying to practice here and there... next i'll have to do something a bit more finished.

    In the meantime, here a couple more lunch studies.


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    wow, these are very impressive works.... niceeeeee and the amazing part is
    "I've got some bigger models on the go, but have been speed sculpting at lunch here and there. Here are some of em, about 45-60 minutes from spheres."
    just in an hour :O , how could anyone do that....

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    Thx cmtanko, dynamesh makes many things possible in an hour

    Here is another hour lunch sculpt from last week.


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