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    Default Creating a 14' Bronze Monument for WSU using ZBrush

    Hi Everyone!

    I just wanted to share how I created a 14' monument of a Cougar using Zbrush. This was my first sculpt with Zbrush. You can see the project start to finish at: http://www.instructables.com/id/Crea...plica-Bronzes/
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    WOW! incredible detail in the final bronze.
    great sculpt and result. So inspiring to see zbrush used in this way!

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    Very good!

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    hey , that is a beautiful big cat !

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    great thanks for sharing
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    Wow amazing sculpt. The amount of work that goes into that is staggering!

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    Here is a closeup pic:


    My biggest regret is not spending more time in Zbrush and less time in real world sculpting Granted, most of the detail wouldn't have held up in the foam, even if I had used a denser foam. However, I had to largely re-sculpt the head in clay. I love Zbrush and cannot wait to do another sculpt in it!
    The possibilities are boundless and the boundless is possible.

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    Oh my god and stunned !
    What a incredible masterpiece!!
    The making of is mindblowing, so much hard work on it...
    just mindblowing job

    Congratulations for you and all the envolved persons.
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    Fantastic work! And very informative article detail how it was pulled off. Thanks for sharing!
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    great !

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    Beautiful work!
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    Nice work. It's nice to see it come to reality.

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    That is crazy good. The real sculpt retained alot of detail. I am impressed. You should post some ZB shots.

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    Great amazing job !!! You pro man !!!

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    I cant bellieve its perfect for me amazing work its 1000000000000% briliand and pure

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