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    All his harness and attachments off so you can see his metal attachment knob



    Slight closeup on his face; I used Tony Reynold's skin alpha brushes for the micro detail; took about 10 minutes of detail work once the secondary forms were in place



    Keyshot render; I used area light geo instead of IBL this go-around; time lapse video here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HplOkEF-EfU


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    alright, heading to substancedays, when I get back I'll have some process breakdowns. In the meantime, here's some obligatory clay renders!








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    great, nice detail. hard surface, mask, cloth and body.

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    Great job as usual!!
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    great character Michael. Thank you for sharing so much.

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    Whew, thanks guys, got a little side tracked. Here's a boot breakdown you might get a kick out of; getting the process image under 750k while still being readable cost me some pixels, but you can grab the full res from my art station page if it's a little blurry for you:

    https://www.artstation.com/artwork/Ogd3y

    There's also a video companion series to the process image; 18 vids, almost 2 hours long:






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    All Hail Michael!
    Seriously, you do such a great job not only when sculpting coll stuff, but also when it comes to teaching people. It is always a pleasure to watch your videos. They are both educative and entertaining so when you release something new I just grab a cup of tea and some cookies and have real fun which is equal to watching a good film.
    So thanks a lot and keep rocking!

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    I couldn't agree more with Vir !

    Michael, your sculpts are always something to be admired. However, you are greatly gifted in the art of instruction. I would think that Pixo would hire you to produce DVD tutorials for all of their projects. (? maybe they do... or maybe you've moved on to other things)

    Thank you once again for all of your time and effort. It will be a while before I can sit and view this new collection of videos, due to the weather being more than pleasantly beautiful outside !

    Thanks again Michael

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    Thanks for the kind words guys! I enjoy doing the instructional videos, I really wish I had more time to do them; right now I kind of sneak them in at night and on weekends lol.

    Here's a sneak peek of my next set; it's unlisted right now (I try and give my series a little breather in between); you guys might find something of interest in there:



    I'll update this thread as I continue to plink away at the "final" for this guy in the meantime!

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    Nice little tutorial on the boot. The rest of your work simply amazes me. Thanks for showing this cool stuff!

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    nice.good job.
    Hello everyone

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    Seeing it from start to finish is super awesome!

    Thank you for sharing this.

    The character design style you executed is so beloved, and that guy is hitting all the stars of what makes those type of characters cool.
    Exemplary project

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    WOW amazing job, amount and quality of details are astonishing.
    Many thanks for sharing your tutorials ! Keep it coming

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    Good to see this thread on the Top Row. Mike is the Jedi knight of Zbrush.
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