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    totally amazing stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack999 View Post
    totally amazing stuff
    thank a lot !

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    wow this is awsome ! you have amazing ideas! you mastering your tools

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aline_arma View Post
    wow this is awsome ! you have amazing ideas! you mastering your tools
    Thank Aline ! nice to see you here

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    "3D printable version" - Diver and Octopus






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    Default SSS Render test with the offered character in zbrush

    Just a little test render with the character offered with zbrush (earthquake), the SSS is a little too forcefully in first picture
    Render with v-ray, textures are slightly different.




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    i can see throught his hand ;D you planning to amke full scane with him ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by slocik View Post
    i can see throught his hand ;D you planning to amke full scane with him ?
    Why not, this could be fun

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    Wow you do really impressive work!

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    Check out http://www.TheNeoArtist.com for information on how to turn your designs into products and how to market and sell them. Why work for other people when you don't have to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolnk View Post
    Wow you do really impressive work!

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    Thank you Lincoln

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    Default Red Queen

    Red Queen from Alice in Wonderland


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    Default Another Skull Concept Sculpt


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    Great sketchbook and works within it.....Luvin the effect of the skull emerging from the silver..excellent..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory Stark View Post
    and here some render with Renderman and V-ray

    Greg some really excellent art.
    In this scene is all the work done in Zbrush. Can you go over how you put together the scene (for example is the room walls one model, how did you pllace the models into the scene). Anything else you would like to talk about this scene would be
    SpaceMan's Space Book Journal On ZBrush
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...rnal-On-ZBrush

    Wormholes were first introduced to the public over a century ago in a book written by an Oxford mathematician. Perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. His name was Charles Dodgson, his pseudonym was Lewis Carroll, and the book was Through The Looking Glass. ***8212; Michio Kaku

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiritDreamer View Post
    Great sketchbook and works within it.....Luvin the effect of the skull emerging from the silver..excellent..

    Glenn
    Thank a lot !
    I made other render of this "skull" I'll find them and post them ^^

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