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    That's some pretty incredible stuff, mate.

    Love the real life render, looks so cool !

    I would love to see how you did it, the processus of thoughts behind it really interest me

    Great job

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    Outrages really love it what you can do with zbrush!
    Best program in the world, great work on all Mr Carver
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    Brilliant Concept! Love it!

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    sorry about this got two really stupid questions may be three what material were the balls made of? did u use any of the digital versions in the final production?

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    Awesome stuff. I love how versatile this program is. Seeing stuff like this just makes me love it even more.
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    I like how Bridgestone says their "engineers" merged their tires with sports, lol. Great job man!
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    Very cool stuff.

    You should talk them into doing some prints with Objet's rubber like materials: http://www.objet.com/3D-Printing-Mat...w/Rubber-like/

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    Thanks for sharing. It's interesting to see how you used ZBrush for this project. The end result looks really nice, well done.
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    That is an awesome workflow for that project. It's so cool that everything was eventually 3d printed too, how satisfying to see your sculpts turn into real-life objects, and for such a cool commercial. Congrats!

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    Default Much thanks!

    Thanks to everyone for posting comments, I will be posting a more personal list of thank you's after I get a better visual presentation pulled together. My hat is off to Etcher, putting together a nice tutorial is a lot of work! I hope to get it posted tomorrow morning (pacific time folks!). The top row is such a nice surprise. Huge thanks to the Pixo crew for the nod. Still blown away.

    See ya in the morning!

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    Default Nice UV strategy

    Carter, I would love to see a tutorial!

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    Really amazing, can't wait to see tutorial.

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    Carver,That is great I wondered how they were made when I saw the commercial. This is another huge plus and example of zbrush capabilities as well the use of zbrush for digital 3d prints. Keep up the good work ...

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    Almost finished. Busy day. Huge distractions, like work, family, a sick rooster...yes, I said rooster. Long story for another time.

    Thanks again for the comments! Tutorial will land tomorrow, I swear.

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    Never thought I'd say this to another man...
    "Them are some GREAT lookin' balls!"
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