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    Oh wow! You make it look so easy! A fine female face within the first 30 seconds of the timelapse? Magic! I love how much control you seem to have over complex, dense meshes. Personally I always have to battle the bumps to get those smooth forms. The final piece is lovely, a nice way to spice up a 'simple' nude.

    Thanks for the tips as well. I've seen all your videos, and I'm really envious of your smooth, flowing strokes. But what brush do you use for the hair strands? It looks like damien standard, but for the life of me I can't get the same smooth results...

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    cool mate..how did you extract the body meshes with the mask?

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    thanks a ton, Nagulov! I always thought the brush i use is very similar to dam_standard but I guess I haven't used it in a while so I'm not quite sure. I use some brush profile alphas that were released a few years ago by the amazing Andy Nisbet (Mr. Kite) and I just apply it to a standard brush - I usually use a sharp one, but since it's just a regular standard brush there would be no pinching, unlike Dam_Standard

    and thanks, Marco! To get the 'shell' of the body I actually didn't do a full extract, though I could have just as easily in Tool->Subtool->Extract. I was just getting impatient and was afraid it'd take too long and itd be super high poly. Instead, I just hit Tool->Geometry->Edgeloop->Edgeloop Masked Border and then inflated inwards and deleted the rest It was just a quick hack to get sorta the look I wanted. It would probably be smarter to Extract with a negative value!

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    awesum man , looks like i will be a regular here..
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    I just watched your video that you posted.........and...
    you sir are AMAZING to watch as you are sculpting........
    its like I can't take my eye's off the screen and thats no BS
    hey just telling it like it is ..... lol
    thats the kind of high I can dig all day
    Thx for posting this one and all your other Vid's
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    very cool character, and nice to see the timelapse

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    This is great, FB. I really like your approach to your stuff. Everyone should take a look at your timelapses. Thanks for posting!

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    man u are awesome !
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    thanks for checkin' out my thread, tyrellcorp!

    Lou Mareno: Thanks a ton for the kind words, man! I really appreciate it!

    Intervain: Thanks a bunch! Always loved your work, so it's really awesome to hear the encouragement!

    Montecristo: Thanks, dude!! Geeze I missed your awesome sweater breakdown, I'm excited to try that out now that I've done knitting the weird way

    Rakan: thanks a ton, man! I appreciate it


    For whatever reason, I decided to do a daydreamer girl in cold clothing just weeks after I did that ice cream girl! I thought i'd try out some ideas for using Micromesh on the scarf and hat. As usual, I tried to do it all in Zbrush. Hope you dig it!!!




    (I did a timelapse too if you're interested, hopefully it's not too confusing!)




    I also got hit up a few times because the timelapse goes over the hat portion too fast
    So maybe this will make more sense!

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    That's the coolest time-lapse video I've seen so far. I'm impressed with how much detail you can get with micromesh that quickly. I'm going to have to experiment with it now. Thanks for sharing it.

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    great job along with a useful tip Funky

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    Beautiful work! Thank you for the time lapse it was fun to watch
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    Hi Funky Bunnie) Beautiful work!

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    Always such fun to watch your time lapses

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