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    Thumbs up amazing!!

    hi, beautiful work, any advice for someone just starting to work as a generalist?

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    Hello Shags.

    If it can be useful, here some points I've followed: http://formlabs.com/company/blog/201...e-war-machine/

    Best regards,
    Mattia

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    thanks Mattia! fascinating, how much did it cost to print all up?

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    Hi Shags,
    I used 1,5 liter of resin (more or less). 1 liter is about 135 € (without 3 failed prints and lot of supports the final sculpture weight is little more then 900 g).
    PLA filament for the rock cost 60 € 1 Kg, I used 900 g, so...
    This was a printing project done mainly for fun in spare time: I didn't counted the tons of hours spent in my nights and week ends (well, maybe my girlfriend did, I should ask to her! eheheh ;-) )

    Best regards,
    Mattia

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    Hey ZBC!


    It's my pleasure to share with you an exciting project from last year for which I was hired after receiving the Top Row for my War Machine.


    Avengers 2: Age of Ultron


    Partnered with fellow CG artist Casey Reuter, we were the Zbrush team who sculpted the marble monument for the end titles.
    As a token of gratitude to all those who helped make the War Machine such a presence on the web which resulted in my first feature film work, here
    is a tutorial on the Zbrush workflow we used to turn Industrial Light and Magic assets into marble works of art.


    Thank you Zbrush Central!!





    PERCEPTION VFX AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON CASE STUDY
    THE ART OF CASEY REUTER


    Download the manifold Iron Man helmet from the tutorial here:
    3D PRINTABLE IRON MAN HELMET


    PS: I will be posting my other big project from last year very soon; a Zbrush tutorial for 3D World Magazine. See teaser animation below:





    Download teaser animation asset here!
    REVOLVER ZMODELER ZPR

    Quick Zmodeler workflow timelapse:

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    Very cool! congratulations! They were amazing sculpts!

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    Thank you strob it was a heck of an experience. Learned a ton!

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    When I saw Avengers age of Ultron in the theater I was blown away ,what a great movie .
    It was a special treat to see your fine sculpt at the end of the film , took one look and told my wife that has to be Zbrush .
    I'd been wondering who did that very intricate sculpt and now I know .
    awesome work JGundfast and Casey Reuter, your sculpt made a great movie that much better.
    like an Easter egg for Zbrush addicts .

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    Congratulations on a much deserved opportunity to shine Joe.
    Myself and Boozy Junior are fans.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    Thanks so much guys, the fandom is mutual!

    I haven't got the words to express my gratitude for that opportunity, all of us had our chance to shine. When everything was wrapped, we all saw the movie together in the theater.
    We clapped like maniacs afterwards, and this guy sitting next to me asked why we were so uber-excited. It was a hell of a feeling seeing his reaction after telling him what we did
    He said, "Holy $hit...I've been sitting next to people who worked on this movie the whole time???" It was just a tremendous experience from start to finish.

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    Cool Thanks

    Your amazing !!!

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