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    Nothing fancy but a good start for detailing

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    Hey mate,i saw in your earlier posts that you are using the Belkin Nostromo Speedpad n52.

    I am looking now to buy it maybe but it isnt so easy to find,and i think it lacks support for Win7,...,so i am also looking on:
    Razer Nostromo Gaming Keypad
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...pf_rd_i=507846

    Do you or someone else knows is this razer compatible with Zbrush,Sculptris,and oother gfx software since its gaming in origin?
    I am searching for answers but not so much clear for now.
    Thanks

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    sigh...i have so far to travel......I love Chun Lee--that sculpture is outstanding.....

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    ikomnen I have the newer one that's compatible with win7, and it works fine for both sculptris, and zbrush

    Thanx much jayd, practice makes perfect comrade

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    So you are using Razer now if i understod good,i was asking for that model,not Belkin.
    Thanks for reply.

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    correct, I'm using Razer

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    Thanks again,i really appreciate your recommendations and tips for it.
    And keep up the good work,waiting for some new sculpts here.
    cheers

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    How have I been missing your thread? Fantastic work! Thank you for sharing.

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    Fantastic Video. I had no clue about the copy and paste trick. Huge thanks

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    Some sculptris fun, reptile/insect creature
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    Default Gobblar

    Alien bust colored in photoshop

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    Default Deep Throat

    Zombie gurl made listening to Disturbed's first album. Sculptris and photoshop

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    Default Sculptris ninja

    more sculptris fun.

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    Hey SketchZombie! Thanks for the info on your layout. I'm brand new to the community and I'm excited to start sculpting. I look forward to your workflow video and hope that someday I too can create sculptures as great as your's.

    My question is, how do you get those hard-surfaces to work well in Sculptris?
    Thanks again for the works and info!

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    thanx Chris, i use the flatten brush to flatten areas, and occasionally turn on lock plane option for flatten brush, and a combination or crease brush followed by Pinch brush to create tight cuts and creases

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