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    Honestly, I do not know how to write in English.
    From the Russian language is difficult to translate these emotions.


    It is shocking! (in the good sense of the word)

    Especially steam punk Frankie.
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    I really love these photos of the sculpt and your daughter's makeup. What I really admire about the Steampunk Frankie costume is that every time I go back and look at the pictures I see something new!

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    It's not often a person gets to rightly use the word awesome to describe something, but awesome costume Rick.

    I can only imagine what it would be like to play for a living. Thanks so much for sharing those photo's.
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    This is amazing,thanks for sharing.
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    That is really cool it must have taken a long time to make..Best costume for sure.. If you had a 3d printer you could make some parts.

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    most awesome as always, Rick, bravo!!

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    Hahaha awesome! Hope all is well

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    very nice work man, love the Frank Stein!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monstermaker View Post
    It has ben a while since I have ZBrushed as I have been busy with my collaboration with MAC Cosmetics. One of the things that kept me buys was making costumes and makeups for myself and family for the big costume party that MAC threw at my studio.
    This was how I looked . It is my version of a steam punk frankenstein. Sorry to clutter up the forum with non ZBrush stuff but I think some of you would get a kick out of seeing this. BTW these photos were taken by my friend Steve Koch.


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    WOW! At first I thought I was looking at a ZBrush sculpt.... it also makes a pretty cool costume! Here's to keeping Halloween strong and not only just for kids!
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    Happy Birthday, Rick!


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    That costume is soo epic!

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    Thumbs up Great work Rick...as always!

    Thanks for sharing your process. The YouTube time-lapse is inspiring. What was the solution you were brushing on the
    clay, turpenoid or something else? It really smooths the clay (Monster Clay correct?) Thanks again.

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    Default Popeye 3Dprint


    Hi Guys it has been a while. I haven't been ZBrushing a lot lately but I have been printing some of my old ZTools . Here is a 3D print of my Popeye which I originally modeled 7 years ago. Hard to believe that it's been 7 years. Anyways not quite finished with him I took a photo to see how he was looking and to help decide what more needs to be done to him and thought that I would share it with you.
    I printed this on my Maker Bot which I bought recently at a charity event auction. I didn't really expect to be able to get good printouts of my ZBrush models but I figured that it would be fun to play with. I must admit that I am surprised with what you can get with a printer of this price. Mind you I had to do a lot of cleanup,probably should have done more but , still for something in this price range not to shabby. Everything was printed except for the collar and the pipe stem. I'll do a little more work on him and take some better photos.

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    holy crap. Fan-freaking-tastic.

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    Wow! Fantastic print. Just how large is this in inches if I may ask? Cheers!
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