eof3D - thanks, your work is awesome!
Philuxius - thank you for your words!
Nice gesture !!!
SketchBook : http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...ketchBook-2013
really nice work pericles (y)
nice work, i thought it was a scan from the thumbnail .
just wondering if this was created from a polysphere then you used dynamesh? if so how did you create the attachments such as the arm and hands/fingers?
really nice work on sculpts , and just wanted to know what is your system configuration?
gahpe - thanks a lot!!
3mm - many thanks for your feedback, really appreciate, im trying to make more clear and natural anatomy, could you point me the regions where you think is wierd? thanks again!
omarpac - hey thanks, rapaz!!
gyarados - haha thanks! i started just with the sphere, and then i blocked a standard pose just by masking and pulling the arms and a blocked hand... then i posed, and start to sculpt, like this, really blocked:
prashanthkumargn - thanks!! im sorry, i didnt understood your questions, is my system, like mobo, videocard? if it was, its a i7-2600, nvidia gtx 580 ti, 12 ram, thinks its all
here a update, a quick study that i started today:
Wonderful sculpt and pose! I like the material as well!
And so we came forth and once again beheld the stars.
- William Styron, Darkness Visible
Your last render is inspirational Thanks!
It's obvious, your work exhibits serious study and skill!
This work looks great as idealized yet accurate anatomy. Most human beings don't exhibit that high a degree of physical development.
Certainly, in the course of life studies, at life classes, whilst in school and at events like Dr Sketchy's, the rare model would show up looking this well developed!
One anatomy teacher taught me to be always conscious of the vast array of body styles in our human population.… sketch, always use good reference, and when possible use a live model.
Preaching to the choir, …it's encouraging to see dedication to life study.
chalkman - thanks!!!
willbrown1 - thanks a lot for your kind words!
nebular - thanks!!
final sculpt render with some angles:
It's hard to say anything constructive other than praises. Finished sculpt is really , really great!
I don't understand everything, what is going on o nthe body (like on the latissimus dorsi) but I am studying all this stuff from a while now
How big the mesh is? Is it single or few sub tools?
great studies! i also like the presentation a lot