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    !!!wow!!!
    post competition will you be doing some indepth tutorials
    on method etc etc ?
    this is a serious contender

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    Superb work, Kris

    This image makes me chuckle each time I see it
    Watching it's incremental development, learning from your techniques and
    tutorials and giving us the feeling that we're participating in it's creation all
    add up to making this a very special thread.

    Simply wonderful

    Chris


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    Each piece u make its fanstastic man. Very creative and inspiring progress. Cant wait to see whats next..The color variations make this a wonderful composition
    Beutiful as always

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    Amazing Antropus!

    You reach a sense o deepness realy unusual for ZBrush works.

    I realy wanna see how far you´re going in this challenge, for now it´s just fantastic.
    Reinaldo Feurhuber

    www.pandaconcept.com (under construction)

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    great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I love it, this is wonderful !!!!
    congrats

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    Noooo! My beautiful trolley! Heh heh. I really feel his pain. Really superb work.

    But .. but .. (and it's probably just me, but I gotta say it .. hang on, Bas said something similar last week I see) .. it's his left arm. I keep finding myself checking where his thumb is to make sure you haven't used two right arms. The position of his palm shows the left arm is twisted as far as (normal) human joints will allow. He's a key part of the composition (obviously) and the pose of that one part diverts my attention. I know you used reference photos, but those show your elbow by your side. This guy's arm is outstretched.

    Forgive me. I feel such a heel offering my amateur criticism of such a wonderful work.

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    Here I am emerging from the shadows again!

    Excellent work - very well done!

    Cheers

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    Mooch, after making some funny movements with my left arm, I find out it could be done. I am not 'The ElasticMan' When I am not sure a pose is ok, I mirror the scene to have a better look. The pose of the hand looks a bit unnatural.
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    Thanks for the crits. I agree. Your suggestion is that I rotate the wrist direction to inside a little?

    Thanks ,
    Kris

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    Thumb up for you and the Hotdogman!!!

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    Yeh, a little twist and a touch more inclination, so you don't hide that fantastic palm texture.

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    Thanks guys e amigos do BRasil-il-il

    Moochie,
    Thanks man. I'll do this next weekend when I have some more time to play with his pose. Thanks for the comment man. Is always good to know opinions from outside of my cage

    Kris

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    oook!

    [pats you on the head, and slips a banana through the bars of your cage]

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    Time for update!
    I think this is pretty much the final image. I'll have no time enough for big changes and improvements. The only thing I'll add are some particles and plants flying in the foreground and make some small corrections.
    I hope you like the new adjustments and colors.

    Thanks for all you support and suggestions until now
    Kris

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    No more suggestions. It is GREAT!! The water, the sky, how the clouds and the light reflects into the water.... Masterwork!
    Congratulations!!

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