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    Default 'Uninhabited'

    Hi all, just a little weekend project waiting for the weather to warm again. 50.

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    Very nice work, as always.

    Cheers

    Ralf Stumpf

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    Smile Mars...

    ...revisited!
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    Hey, Ralf, thank you.
    Pilou, 50.

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    I like the image a lot, is that smart blur applied to the image??

    very effective!

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    Hi Steve, thanks. I used several filter overlays on this, starting with a cartoon illustrator filter in Photo Impact. Some of the texturing is too subtle to show here. 50.

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    Lovely, and I love the way the modelling is left crisp to great effect rather than being smoothed out.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    Thanks, floozie, yes, very subltle filter layer adjustments. 50.

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    I really like this one Rich, time well spent I hope it never warms up where you are
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    This is very cool! I love the simplicity of it, yet it has a lot of power to it too. Kind of like a Farside piece. Plus the humerous message. These character would be great to animate.

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    Its awesome! Though it seems a bit odd that the shadow of the octopus is both very centered and very well-defined. Aside from that small reservation though, I completely love it.
    -Greg Banville
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    Default Now you made my day !

    Womball has compiled enterely my feeling about this masterpiece!
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    Nice, really nice!
    Really love the style .50
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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    Thanks TVeyes, ha, ha.
    greetings, wombal, appreciate it.
    Wildsketch, thanks, yeah, I played around alot with the lighting and finally went with this.
    Mario, .
    Sebcesior, Thanks for the kind words.
    Heading out for my weekend Xbox tourney.
    Check back later. 50.

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    This pick reminds me of the Mars' rovers being torn apart by wind elementals.

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