It´s like a Giger´s draw
i really like it!
for some reason it makes me think of that mountain with the indian crazy horse carved from it.
and yeah the 2.5 tools are the whip.
In Search of the Perfect Z
Master and Servant
Wow! What Can I say? Nothing...
OUtstanding !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! love
"Un tribut très lourd...je le paie avec joie."
So it's Ken B.
Been very glad to see some more 2d, 2.5d stuff being posted as it's one of the best parts of zbrush!
Ps. thanks for the building a digital human book.....i learned alot from working through it.....heck am still trying to overcome some bad self-taught habits but the book has been a great help!
I like this Ken B
I know it's 2d but the more I look at it I keep thinking it would make an excellent bas relief wall hanging.
Yes yes yes, Ken B, your amazing work is exactly I LIKE
Thank U 4 inspiration again
one more: I LOVE IT really
Abyssis, poor ZB2-worm...........
good to see you still drop by now and again. This is an impressive use of 2.5D tools.
Looks great Ken...you must have used the bump-brush, right ?
I have been getting mostly crashes from my system using this brush on large documents and with mult' layers, do you have a tip for me....or did you use another brush ?
I sincerely apprieciate the comments!
I did print this one out large and it's exciting to view your work that way.
Jantim: Yes, ZB unfortunately crashes with the bump brush on large docs. One way to get around it is to do your work on a smaller canvas, then resize it up. The downside of this is that you now have jagged pixols, but the blur brush (zmode) and some careful reworking may get you the rest of the way there.