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    Here are some creature Sculpts I've done in Zbrush over the past few months, will hope to keep updating this pretty frequently!

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    Wow, this is amazing. You have a very distinct style. Looks like you used arrays for a bunch of the pattern/repeating bits?
    I especially like the second colored one!

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    Excellent organics!
    Very original and refreshingly different.

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    Thanks guys!

    Yeah I use array mesh quite a bit, I love the rippled organic effects I can get. Recently found out to the sculpting and insert meshes still work with array mesh activated which opens up even more of a huge world of possibilities.

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    What a wonderful post. Very different and refreshing. I could look at creatures like this all day.
    Thank for sharing and congrats on Top Row.

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    Another squidy I did last Friday, along with a piece I did for 3D Aritst Magazine a few months ago.

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    I really like your work. It's refreshing and it invites to return to it and observe it again in all its details and its general shapes.
    If you consider yourself a beginner, that means you sense there's still a long way to go and much to learn. That's great because it means you're open. And your inspiration will broaden with it.

    But what you show is perfect as it is. I mean: the technical aspect in no way hinders or limits that which is shown.

    Congrats, and I hope to see a lot more of your works. Like for example some more details of the pre-painted phase.

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    Really cool creatures. Strange but believable.

    Would you mind describing your process for using ArrayMesh on these creatures? I understand the basics of the tool, but don't quite see how you used it here.

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Very playful and intriguing designs.
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    Hey i'm New here
    Amazing, I like the colors and your design
    you have done excellent job.

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    Thanks everybody!
    Here is some pics and vid breakdowns on how I use array mesh

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WqsPfcl2w0

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    Thanks for the quick breakdown. The new creatures are real cool.

    Cheers!

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    That's a very nice usage of the Array Mesh!
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