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    Hey guys I'm John Roscinas, living in the UK 18 year old student. I just signed up and I want to improve on my sculpting so hopefully you'll be able to help me out . I've been using ZBrush for a couple of months now and I've finished only 3 sculpts so far (and way way more practice sculpts). Please leave any feedback you can I do appreciate it. Thanks!
    This is my last sculpt down below and it's based on this concept i.imgur.com/ZEVAVUs.png (With slight proportion changes)

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    I really love how this looks. At first it could pass as an extremely skilled 2D painting and then you look closer and notice it's 3D.

    I can only ask if you'd feel ok showing the progress on that process. It's lovely.

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    Thanks mate!
    I don't have many shots of the process, but this is what I've got:
    http://imgur.com/kXuLZH2,O2CA0oM,8OQmzRE#0

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    love it! from my own experience i swear you put all your guts in that sculpt )

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    Thank you and I think I did! Haha

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    Here are two little sculpts to keep you entertained

    Creature took me an hour and the other guy 30 minutes, everything is done improvised

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    The first sculpt is very nice.

    ps: I have replied on the other thread (the little breakdown on the rendering).

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    Okay thanks very much I will check it out.
    For now here is a sculpt that took me a day (and what it's based on):

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    Here's one more little guy I made in a few hours

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    2H speedsculpt. I think I'm improving on time efficiency, so I'm happy about that.

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    Oh man, I love this last one. Cool sculpt and mainly your colour choices/render.
    http://dragondragon.deviantart.com/
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    Hey Johnny, a polypaint tute and render setup would be awesome... if you have time and if well, you want to-
    http://dragondragon.deviantart.com/
    "The belief that there is only one truth, and that oneself is in possession of it, is the root of all evil in the world".
    Max Born, Born 1882, German physicist and mathematician- Instrumental in the development of Quantum Mechanics.

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    Thanks, but honestly my rendering is horrible I'm still looking for a decent tutorial. All this is MatCap_White_Cavity and then rendering preview done in "Best" settings, this is not even BPR. And then Auto Color, Auto Contrast and Auto Tone in Photoshop.

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    Gotcha. Well, how bout just a short recording of you polypainting? I too have seen different ways of polypainting. And some folks polypaint like their painting the interior of a house and others, well, do it like they have the object in front of them and their airbrushing on it. Know what I mean? I am sure you do. I just like to see how different folks approach it... that's all.
    http://dragondragon.deviantart.com/
    "The belief that there is only one truth, and that oneself is in possession of it, is the root of all evil in the world".
    Max Born, Born 1882, German physicist and mathematician- Instrumental in the development of Quantum Mechanics.

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    your model so nice, wish i can do like that

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