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    Quote Originally Posted by Dman3d View Post
    wow gorgeous, how much those bad boys cost when completed?
    they are in the price range of... "if you have to ask you cant afford em"
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    Gosh, I love it so much when we get these threads with ZBrush sculpts creeping out of the screen and into the real world. It's fantastic to see the software used this way. Yay for progress!

    Oh, and many congratulations for the ridiculously awesome work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by c4th View Post
    they are in the price range of... "if you have to ask you cant afford em"
    Haha yeah kind of figured that
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    Brilliant works and such a wonderful use of ZBrush in creating the jewelry pieces!

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    Awesome...might I add good photography too on those craftsman pics

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    great use of zbrush, and also wonderful clean style! i think that some of those pieces have a really amazing design!
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    Absolutely amazing! I love seeing zbrush used for different applications then your usual 3d film/game work. It's so cool to see this stuff, and the process is also really interesting. Thanks for sharing, and congrats!

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    Default Awesome work!!

    hi
    love your work.really innovative..
    can you plz tell me how did you sculpt the snake?(in zbrush)
    thanks.

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    Great Work!!!!!
    Many thanks for posting after Valentines Day, saved me money!!

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    Thank you all very much for your kind words.

    birbal1987, The snake is partially hand sculpting for the head etc and partly patterning using UVs & Alphas and then hand sculpted again.
    Last edited by du Rose; 02-23-12 at 06:33 AM.

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    Hi Jack:
    Congratulations on your top row, yesterday I spent the whole afternoon and part of the night thinking about how did you do the curves of the hair of the lion or the tentacles of the octopus and then you gave the exact measurements to put the stones.Do you do all this kind of curves in rhino or export it like subtools to Rhino to correct measurements?-
    If you can or want to respond I will understand.
    Sorry, but until Carrera y Carrera or Boucheron not like as much a piece of Jewelry.

    Thanks and sorry for disturb your work
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaman View Post
    Hi Jack:
    Congratulations on your top row, yesterday I spent the whole afternoon and part of the night thinking about how did you do the curves of the hair of the lion or the tentaclesof the octopu sand then you gave the exact measurements to put thestones.Do you doall this kind of curves in rhino or export it like subtools to Rhino to correct measurements?-
    If you can or want torespond I will understand.
    Sorry, but until Carrera y Carrera or Boucheron not like as much a piece of Jewelry.

    Thanks and sorry for disturb your work
    Thank you Chaman, I'm afraid there is nothing clever about it, it's just slow and careful work using zspheres and sculpting followed by retopology and further sculpting and adjustment. I sometimes use some reference objects for sizing, on use Go-z to measure, but a lot is also done by eye. Hope that helps!

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    Default Thanks very much

    Thanks a lot for your help. yep! for me is the same method or similar.
    thanks a lot Jack.

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    really beautiful work and great concepts.
    I like the humor of the frog piece, but the octopus is my all time favorite!

    Thanks for sharing these 'making of' pictures, that is really nice to see!
    Pixologic should do an artist interview with you.

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