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    Thank You, Serge. I'm really glad you enjoyed it.
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    It's so calming! Another powerful artwork!

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    I have a question. How do You start to draw the portrait ? with reliefing to use a 3d model you sphere or making something from scratch on plane

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    Max, Thank You, Bro! Always happy. Happy NY U!
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    Doug Jones, Thanks for the information. It is very informative.
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    hulki, Thank you for your question. I use to "Extract" on the plane. And then sculpt (I do everything by hand).



    Something like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexxx69 View Post
    hulki, Thank you for your question. I use to "Extract" on the plane. And then sculpt (I do everything by hand).



    Something like this.
    Thanks for explaining, Lexxx69
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    Thank you, Doug Jones!

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    Small upgrade. Customer asked to remove glare in her eyes.
    And to make the visualization to show his customer an approximate result.

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    respect!

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    Thanks a lot Lexxx69 for your greetings! (more than that I'm 30 today))) Interesting making process!!!

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    Max, HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Be well, my friend!
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    Much appreciate! I will!

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    a beautiful piece:-). thinking off the presentation as wood relief, from my experience, it does not convince as woodcarning. the sculpt looks like a bronze casting or similar. why? because, even sanded woodcarvings (good ones however are rarely sanded smooth but cut smooth) show distinct faint traces of the carving chisels and gouges. and, this is used to its advantage, for example on folds. ... not critique, but sharing info that i hope might be useful in future projects... as said, beatiful piece :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by kokoro View Post
    a beautiful piece:-). thinking off the presentation as wood relief,
    from my experience, it does not convince as woodcarving. the sculpt looks like a bronze casting or similar.
    why? because, even sanded woodcarvings (good ones however are rarely sanded smooth but cut smooth)
    show distinct faint traces of the carving chisels and gouges. and, this is used to its advantage, for example
    on folds. ... not critique, but sharing info that i hope might be useful in future projects... as said, beatiful piece :-)
    Kokoro, thank you for your attention to my work.
    I have already said that all models of bas-reliefs what I made - it's for CNC milling machines.
    And this is very different from the hand-made woodcarving. Here's an example.



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