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    @Knacki
    Nice try, I had a great metal toy as a kid, this car!
    @CaptainNemo
    Sc can handle semi hard surfaces modeling. Not real ones. Even after importing them. The tools aren't for this job.

    Have you tried groboto? Some loops can be a great assistance even when triangulating.

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    @michalis : Actually I've not tried Groboto dear michalis ...
    but I've seen the software's features and some of them seem to be so inspiring.
    Out beyond the ideas of right-doing or wrong-doing there is a field,... I'll meet you there.
    Jelaluddin Rumi

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    damn,...may have to pause project to get in on this.
    Great work everyone...excellent hard edges Knacki...(pimp that sculptris)
    Last edited by SketchZombie; 12-06-11 at 02:12 PM.

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    Thanks michalis & Thank you SketchZombie
    I never thought it would be possible in sculptris.
    Changed tools completely.
    Flat (only big brush size)& Drag (only big brush size) & Pinch to get the form.
    Draw (high res, small brush size) for shut lines.
    Pinch to close shut lines a bit. Flat to close more.
    Crease almost destroys every nice surface. I try to avoid that.

    Nothing in comparison to zb but a lot of fun.

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    Very Nice Knacki!!!

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    Default here is my crappy wip


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    Hey Thanks for the tip .... pinch and Inflate-inverted rather than Crease .... really helpful tip!!

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