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    Default Dance the Dream

    Hi guys, I'm Joey from lucasfilm feature. Long time no post since last year! And this is my last personal work, the digital copy of Richard MacDonald's Dance the Dream using DynaMesh. At the beginning I was just want try the new function., and I was sculpted form a sphere using the Dynamesh and basic brushes. then I realized maybe I can do something interesting. So I did the background and render it in maya mental ray.
    I know Richard MacDonald's masterpiece is far better than this copy, and also I couldn't find too many high res reference images about the sculpture. So it might be different.

    Any critiques are welcomed and appreciated.





    I made the two alpha and the Fingerprints.jpg I download from website.
    I believe that you guys can do much better than me. thx everyone!

    Joey
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    Default Thanks for sharing this amazing artwork!

    Wow thank you so much for sharing this amazing work!
    Totally love it, great composition aswell! Love the gesture of the girls!
    This really is a masterpiece, really a big inspiration for me!
    Looking forward seeing more from you!
    All the best and happy sculpting,
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    Very, very nice. My only crit would be that maybe specular is a bit too high on the statue. Other than that, it's gorgeous.

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    excuse me, do you know how to put the image to the thread?
    I guess I forgot how to do it , thank you!
    Quote Originally Posted by KC-Production View Post
    Wow thank you so much for sharing this amazing work!
    Totally love it, great composition aswell! Love the gesture of the girls!
    This really is a masterpiece, really a big inspiration for me!
    Looking forward seeing more from you!
    All the best and happy sculpting,
    - Kenny

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    Top row!! very beautiful model and concept

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZanFan View Post
    excuse me, do you know how to put the image to the thread?
    I guess I forgot how to do it , thank you!
    Use Firefox to post your images. It will post the whole image and not just a thumbnail.
    Last edited by zber2; 02-20-12 at 08:24 AM.

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    under attachments, there is a upload image or file, click that and something would pop up for you.
    anyway, top top job you did there. simply beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZanFan View Post
    excuse me, do you know how to put the image to the thread?
    I guess I forgot how to do it , thank you!
    How to post images on ZBrush Central

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    thanks~~! I go through it
    Quote Originally Posted by zber2 View Post

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    Wonderful post. Thank you.
    A toprow stuff, right?
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    Absolutely Top Row material!
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    Really beautiful work!
    "An artist never really finishes his work, he merely abandons it."
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    Amazing! I love that
    I'm curious How many polys are there?
    My Sketchbook - please visit and leave me some C&C to help me immprove myself

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    Beautiful sculpture to work from, and an Amazing job done with it...Outstanding..

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    Thumbs up

    wow !
    very good

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