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    Another update about BG and Materials.


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    Here is my Final Entry.
    Render passes are rendered by Zbrush BPR render and composed in Photoshop.
    It was a great experience for me to take the part of the competition. I have learned a lot of new tools and techniques by this competition.
    It was really helpful for me to get the comments, critics and suggestions from others, what help me to improve my work.
    I like to say thanks to ZBrushcentral to give us this platform and the people for their encouraging words and Best of luck to other participants.


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    Wow, just wow...
    His face is really outstanding, what a shame I see this the first time
    I don't like the white bow-tie on the white shirt, but I think that is just personal preference
    his hands and his face really kept me starring at this piece for 5 minutes, love them

    thanks for sharing your work
    clearly one of the best works here
    good luck

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    Fantastic job, you really got his crazy smile working and I love the expressive hands.
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    Jay.. really nice final, the lighting is great...

    Best of luck


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    I'm totally in love with your clothing sculpts! Also love his expression.

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    Thanks guys and best of luck.

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    great job, his smile is creepy, i like it , best of luck
    It's not how you start, it's how you finish...

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    These are the passes rendered out from Zbrush to Photoshop for compositing.




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    wow. the face rendered really good. congratulation.

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    Congratulations, Jayanta!! Proud of you!!

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    Wow, congratulations on a superb sculpt!
    The concept, modeling and lighting breaths new life into this classic iconic image.
    As a beginner, I really appreciate the time you took to break-down your process.
    Do you have any tutorial videos online?

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    Quote Originally Posted by decosouza View Post
    Nice work man. The cloth is very natural and fibermesh gave him more realism.
    The clothes are indeed amazingly structured and rendered.
    I wish I could see a more detailed breakdown of how the shirt-cuff was wrapped around itself for that buttoned cuff effect.

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    Amazing

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    Thanks to all.
    oloyd I have not any tutorial yet, sorry.
    I tried to give your answer through the following image, hope it will help you



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