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    Default Skeleton

    I've been thinking of making a skeleton, and it seems appropriate now for Halloween.
    Still not sure how I'll present it, or if I can get it done in time, but here is my first image.

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    Here is an update of the spine.

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    Fantastic skills developing the human skeleton! everything looks very organized.

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    Very good!
    Have done the exact same thing, couple of years ago, it's very rewarding

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    thats very well done! can you share your process? thanks

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    Hey guys, thanks for the comments. Yes Santis, the end result is VERY rewarding, I have learned so much from making it.
    As far as the work process goes, I used ZSpheres and Dynamesh to make everything first and roughed out all the main forms.
    Then I ended up retopologizing manually for a couple personal reasons. Lastly, I reprojected and finished each bone, duplicating and mirroring when I could.
    The final low res model comes out to 53574 polygons with 0 triangles, 34 subtools, and each subtool can handle at least 5 subDivisions (I can be a bit OCD ).
    Here are a few more renders, and I will try to use the next few days to make a Halloween render.




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    very good job!

    i'm doing the exact same thing right now. Still have the feet, hands, c-spine and skull to go, but I'm not putting nearly as much detail into the grooves and such. Yours is mighty fine work
    Last edited by invertedNormal; 11-04-12 at 07:20 PM.

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    Just got power back from Halloween Hurricane Sandy, and I thought I should still post up my final image even though I missed the deadline.
    Great entries out there, this was a fun project and I'm really glad I finally got around to making a full skeleton.
    Hope everyone had a fun and safe Halloween

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    Your skeleton is amazing, I have just picked up Zbrush and I am having a very hard time on the vertebrae. Would you care to explain to me or over a video demonstration how to came about to do yours spine. I have been trying to do the spine for the past 3 days yet no result.

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