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    haha^^ it´s still a sweet render! I got the keyshot trial and I just can´t seem to grow happy with it.
    Anyway thx for telling me! Apart from sculpting tools I am quite the novice in zbrush. So it´s always cool to find some new things to use

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    I would love to see the rest of the body to the last face
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    The portrait started out as an exercise but I decided to stick it on this Psylocke I was working on. Based on the Jim Lee 90's era Marvel Universe card.





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    cool stuff man.
    i just stumbled across this fella and his "perfectly nude" sculpts (fantastic stuff), and then i came to think of your recent studies. maybe you could use yours for something similare?
    just a thought.

    edit: forgot the link... here you go: http://smithsculptor.com/work/perfectly-naked-

    keep up the good work.

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    Thanks! It's funny I just saw that guys work in a youtube video recently. It's cool stuff. Definitely makes me think more seriously about using zbrush in a more fine art form.

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    Figured it was time to dip in to Keyshot. Attempting some Degas style museum renders.

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    I'm gonna jump on the Patreon band wagon. I'm going to do a complete set of tutorials covering the process for sculpting a professional quality statue. So what makes this different than all the other zbrush tutorials on youtube? The fact that I have 13 years of experience doing this as a professional. I make molds, I cast, I finish prototypes, I can work with several different types of 3d printers and I know how to export clean stls that are keyed and processed CORRECTLY. I can help take the mystery out of the proccess for anyone who is interested. Take a gander at my little intro video and then join me on Patreon. I'm going to have the first step in the process uploaded very soon. I guarantee you'll learn some cool stuff.

    https://www.patreon.com/ehren_bienert

    In the meantime, I'm diving a bit in to my fine art side and working on some renders in my spare time.









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    Hey guys if anyone is interested in going through all the steps involved in bringing a 3d sculpt to life as a collectible, check out my Patreon account. I'm going through the whole process step by step. I'm super approachable. If you've got any questions feel free to ask.
    https://www.patreon.com/ehren_bienert



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    still rockin the personal work. whatever. enjoying myself.
    little Frazetta study and another nude I'm picking at...


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    Here's a study of a Delacroix painting I've been working on. Its been quite a challenge. Trying to translate 2d in to 3d is always difficult. I think I'm going to print this one.



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    simply stunning. I love Delacroix' work ( and Gericault's) and this is simply mindblowing!
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    really nice work!
    did you sculpt the last one asymmetrical right from the start?
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    Thanks. I blocked in the pose with symmetry to speed up the process, then I appended it to the bust and finished it without symmetry. That's normally the way I work. Here is another render. My wife insisted on helping me render this because she normally doesn't like my renders. haha I think she has pretty good taste. I should let her render all my pieces from now on.

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    Still shocking to see my stuff end up Top Row. There is so much great art being posted on here all the time. Thanks Pixologic. And thanks to Delacroix for the inspiration. Oh and my wife as well for putting up with my zbrush addiction. haha

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