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    Hey monstermaker, long time without seeing some of your work. I see you haven't lost the touch!

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    Ok I know I said that I would have to leave it alone at the last post but when I got home from work last night and looked at what I posted last well, frankly I was embarrassed. I couldn't leave it at that last image. so I worked on it some more,plus I was just having too much fun playing. I wish I had more time to play with all of the new features in ZB at least I got to play with some. Still don't know what I am doing.
    I will try and work on this more and really finish it.
    Thanks for you comments . Hey Baz nice to hear from an old timer again.

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    Awesome work Rick, really nice!!

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    Great work as always Rick! I worked with you in the 80's ... my company, Temptu did some temporary Tattoos for a few films you were working on! Cheers, David
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    love the expression!,
    looks very 'feline' in its structure, not sure if the canine parts suit it, but it works.
    There's always one isn't there, and who am I to suggest that, your the man when it comes to were-creatures.

    Nice control of fibers, the tool is young but has so much potential.

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    A great usage of fibers in zbrush, I like the very natural coloring of the fur...a lot to learn from this.Thank you,and I am a big fan of your work!

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    Well I was rushing trying to get this guy looking better I did more sculpting and 6 more fiber mesh sub tools and while I was quickly grooming it froze up and I lost that work. When am I ever going to learn to save more often?
    Thanks guys for the comments ,Hey chalkman I really like the stuff you are doing with ZB very different and creative.
    ior-cal good thing to learn form this is save as you go.
    Morph division yah its cat like and dog like I 'm not sure what it is other than something to play with fiber mesh on
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    sweet hybrid then

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    Fantastic work on the wearwolf - the fibers are looking great aswell!
    Keep it going buddy
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    Awesome Rick!! Wish I had time to do more Zbrush as well, but the real clay keeps me busy enough. I have long periods of doing no Zbrush at all and when I come back to it, it`s frusrating as I `ve gotten so rusty at it. Jamie
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    That critter turned out Great...
    Hope you find time to do more ZBRUSH work...Very Inspiring to see your working methods, and progress shots..

    Glenn

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    very very nice!

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    wow, really amazing where this is going.

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    Looking really cool Rick!

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    Rick I'm sorry but it needs more cowbell it's pretty damn sweet

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