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    Hi everyone,
    This's my first post here, would like to ask for any comments for my Zbrush work.
    The Zbrush assignment for Paul Gaboury's class at Uartsy.com.
    I used Zmodeler Brush and IMM Brush. Some kitbashing of hydraulic parts & cable parts made by "Nick Govacko", render in Keyshot & post work in Photoshop.



    thanks,
    Banya
    banyadesigns@gmail.com

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    I just want to reach in there and smudge a fingerprint on it. Nice work!
    -Scott
    Formerly Known As Bingo Jackson

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    Hey Banya

    Great job. I love this piece and thank you for sharing. You should put some a few step-by-step images. I know the community would love it.

    Paul

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    Looking awesome! turned out very nicely!

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    Lots a things to look at, well played.

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    Awesome stuff. You should show your other stuff too.

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    hey man this looks great, I just want to reach out and grab it!
    I only have one criticism and it's nothing to do with your Awesome modeling/rendering. It's that you have put ESFS when I'm sure you meant to put EFSF.
    Other than that minor point I think this is fantastic work. Well done

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    Thank you everyone.
    Thanks LeoAMD, I saw the ESFS should be EFSF after I finished render already, I may go back to continue this piece again then I will fix it
    Thanks Spyndel
    thanks SemmehSAMURAI
    thanks Frank, love your work too
    thanks Paul for your very great class & comments, I will put some step by step images in the next post

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    Awesome. I like it very much.keep it up.

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    Congrats on TOP ROW!
    Well done man, great stuff

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    Conrgrats! Astonishing!

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    Thanks again LeoAMD/Paul hope to more of your work also.

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    Congrats on the Top Row.

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    Congratulations!

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    Thanks Paul, thanks Frank

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