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    Default Melaamory sketchbook

    Recently i decided to learn zbrush properly, that's why i want to start this sketchbook. I used it before, but just basics.
    This is first work here, bracelet in art nouveau style. Awaiting your advice and comments!

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    beautiful piece, have you thought of sharing your process?

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    THIS is GORGEOUS!!!!
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    I don't know what I'm doing but I'm doing it anyway.

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    This is some superb work!
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    Fantastic work. Keep the posts coming.

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    Very cool! Did you extract the mesh from a cylinder or build it flat and bend it around? Very cool!

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    yeah it looks incredible , a workflow would be nice.

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    Some new works. First shape was made with z-sketch.
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    Default And another one.

    Learning how sculpt humans.



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    man this looks great,what a beautiful render.just love it.

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    thank you!

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    That render looks really nice, very painterly! I like the pose. Her shoulder has a lump that probably shouldn't be there that's really visible in the wip, but in the render it looks kinda like muscle definition.

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    Default wow...

    Amazing subtle detail... superb!!

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    Your rendering really brings your sculpts to life. Love the painterly quality of the final image.

    Would love to see a breakdown of your render/painting techniques.

    Fantastic job!
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    love the render too, and I really dig the bracelet

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