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    Stunning work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vladcostin View Post
    Hey Jack!! Nice to see you here! your works are fantastic!!!!!!
    Hey Vlad, thanks very much my friend. How's life?

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    Thanks Cyril!

    Thanks very much Tomas! I enjoy your work too.

    Thank you too Michael, that's very kind of you to say. I'm glad you like it!
    Last edited by du Rose; 02-27-12 at 07:17 AM.

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    I'm very happy seeing this. ZBrush is really going pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by du Rose View Post
    Hey Vlad, thanks very much my friend. How's life?
    things are good buddy!!! I am so glad that you are posting your works here, you do 3d models by yourself, you got passion for doin it, that you are in top row!!!! you know kung fu my friend!!
    Looking for freelance!

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    that is some amazing stonesetting...I have been a jeweller for 20 years and your work is great !

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    Hi Jack,
    Perfect talent really i cant belive my eyes. Your works are amazing .I have a really hard time to do snake skins ... Can you show us little tutorial how you did the snake skin cause it feels like so natural/smooth.The head and the body. Also for lions hair u used another program cause they are so fine and cuts are so good? Thanks

    Congratz on top row!!
    Last edited by Nubar; 02-29-12 at 12:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by du Rose View Post
    Sure! Let me see...


    When it comes to hollowing models, personally I prefer a more consistent and technically correct method of hollowing than just sculpting. I would therefore recommend hollowing/offsetting surfaces instead using a polymodeller, CAD or STL editor. This will mean you have a sensible thickness for setting 1.2mm approx depending on Pavé stone size.


    Hope that helps!
    Hi,

    Your work is stunning! I would like to ask if you use Materialise Magics for hollowing parts? If not which cad program to use? Thanks!

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    Hola,

    the last time I saw such breath taking jewellry
    was in the "Museo Dali" in Figueras in Spain.
    Excellent work, is it possible to "shapeway" it?

    Ocumaro

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    Quote Originally Posted by widi5006 View Post
    that is some amazing stonesetting...I have been a jeweller for 20 years and your work is great !
    Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by Nubar View Post
    Hi Jack,
    Perfect talent really i cant belive my eyes. Your works are amazing .I have a really hard time to do snake skins ... Can you show us little tutorial how you did the snake skin cause it feels like so natural/smooth.The head and the body. Also for lions hair u used another program cause they are so fine and cuts are so good? Thanks

    Congratz on top row!!
    Thank you! Snake Skin is quite tricky, particularly when it needs to be one contiguous mesh. I achieved it using Alphas, UV tiling and hand sculpting.

    Quote Originally Posted by emrah View Post
    Hi,

    Your work is stunning! I would like to ask if you use Materialise Magics for hollowing parts? If not which cad program to use? Thanks!
    Again, Thank you. No, I dont use Magics. I use Rhino and Luxology Modo depending on what I specifically want to achieve in hollowing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ocumaro View Post
    Hola,

    the last time I saw such breath taking jewellry
    was in the "Museo Dali" in Figueras in Spain.
    Excellent work, is it possible to "shapeway" it?

    Ocumaro
    Wow - comparison to Salvador Dali is very flattering. Thank you! However, I'm not sure what shapeway means?

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    Quote Originally Posted by du Rose View Post


    Again, Thank you. No, I dont use Magics. I use Rhino and Luxology Modo depending on what I specifically want to achieve in hollowing.

    Oh so you retopologise all of you models, this is really hard work! Do you open stone holes in cad too or are they opened by hand?

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    Thanks for the kind reply Jack,

    I wonder how much time did you spend for whole 3d process? Looks like a lot of work there

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    Very impressive!

    Beyond imagination....
    It proves once again that the software is as good as the craftsman who uses it!
    And this is your first (commercial) use of Zbrush?
    Funny to realize; how Zbrush (approximately $600), (and with a lot of free updates in the last few years)
    could have helped you create "for the love of god"


    respect!

    Ceasare

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    Quote Originally Posted by emrah View Post
    Oh so you retopologise all of you models, this is really hard work! Do you open stone holes in cad too or are they opened by hand?
    Yes often all retopologised - can be a lot of work! Stone holes are done both in CAD and by hand depending on the model.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nubar View Post
    Thanks for the kind reply Jack,

    I wonder how much time did you spend for whole 3d process? Looks like a lot of work there
    Yep, it sure is, but I'm not sure exactly how long. A long long time, probably a year of work there, maybe more.

    Quote Originally Posted by 3-design View Post
    Very impressive!

    Beyond imagination....
    It proves once again that the software is as good as the craftsman who uses it!
    And this is your first (commercial) use of Zbrush?
    Funny to realize; how Zbrush (approximately $600), (and with a lot of free updates in the last few years)
    could have helped you create "for the love of god"


    respect!

    Ceasare
    Thank you very much! However, I didn't do 'For the Love of God' with ZBrush, it was with CAD and so was epically difficult! I wish I had had ZBrush then!

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    Aaaaaaahhhhhhh.......... can't find words to say how much I love your work , especially the octopus ring, amazing! Please post more details on your process from zbrush to real world!

    fantastic!!!

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