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    Default old school wolfman wip.

    Hey there,

    started playing around with that one last night.
    it's early days, have not finished the modelling yet, still lots to do.
    but still wanted to post it to get some feedback and critics as I go along.
    I 'm aiming for an updated version of the old wolfman look.

    thanks for looking. oldschoolwolfman wip.jpg
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    Default modelling update

    here's what it looks like now.
    still a lot of adjustements to make before playing with projection master.
    any critics welcome.

    thanks for looking
    cheers

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    looks good.
    The main flaws I see are the ears being too flat and lacking definition and volume in the up part, and the jaw beeing too sharp and straight in the side view
    Last edited by KarimZ; 09-22-06 at 06:40 AM.

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    crits ?... are you kidding?
    The facial anatomy is dead on. Beautiful work bro,great character.

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    Fantastic sculpting!

    I do agree about the ears. Just looks too straight and rigid compared with the organic flow of the rest of the face.

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    Default bit more..

    hey happy Zbrushers!

    thanks for crits and compliments,

    Have not really adressed the ears yet, too busy working on the face and getting stuck in the details,
    here's another view,

    might get back on it later on tonight.

    have to run and pick up the kids,
    Thanks for looking. wolfmanwip3.jpg
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    looking good so far. Can't wait to see more!
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    Wink nice but....

    ... type in Google word MANIMAL. There is one Japaniese artist who is realy good in mixing man and animal, and you can get some ideas to avoid classic warewolf look.

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    wow great!
    i love it!
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    Default bit more details

    halfway through detailing , still modelling, I would love to have enough time to put some hair on it.
    Have to say, The speed and potential of Zbrush is extremely impressive!
    I never did 3d modelling before trying this and it's a wonderfull tool .

    thanks for looking. wolfmanwip4.jpg
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    Default moving along slowly..

    I went back to work, sculpting real clay , thinking, I could use that alpha now but it doesn't work quite like that in the real world!!

    i don't have a lot of time left for myself, but I will update as I go, i might have a go at colouring or texturing as you might say, Would anybody have an interesting looking skin-like material that could be passed on??

    thanks for any comments or critics.

    and thanks for looking.

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    here a link with a skin shader + tutorial, now post some pics of stuff you did with real clay to pay me back

    http://www2.zbrushcentral.com/picasso/tutorial.htm

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    really kool work so far !
    I can't wait to see more !
    it rocks

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    Default thanks!!

    thanks karimz, looks like a fantastic tutorial, just what I needed,
    I would gladly post some of my real work here but it's not zbrush,it would be outside the boundaries of the forum wouldn't it?
    You should have a look at my website, most of the stuff I've done is there.

    Drummer, thanks for your compliment, it pushes me to keep at it and betterize it all!!! ( is that a word?? should be I think)

    thanks for looking.
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    wow, your website is amazing, so many great stuff!
    here's another shader you might like, it simulates clay.
    It's very nice, I'm using it currently with great results you should try it out.

    It's from:
    http://www.antropus.com/

    ZBrush_clayshaders+lights.zip

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