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    Default my WIP

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    haven't used zb for a while. now i jsut tried zb3.0. love it.
    Here is a quick sketch i did used the ball and sculpt it up using std tool.
    hope you like.
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    Nice and smooth and very original. I love the way it's simple but very artistic, well done!

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    Great idea.

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    Really cool Idea - WOW - I am inspired

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    love it man.

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    Oh la la

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    For a quick piece it has lasting appeal

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    Great form. Terrific idea.

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    Very original! Beautiful too... reminds me of camee stones (don't know the english term for it).
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    Really nice...

    I love it!
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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    Fantastic idea! I cant believe no one thought of it before. Perhaps we will see a lot more of these 'Z reliefs'? I'm certainly going to have a shot! Should be top row, wonderfully original. How long did it take?
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    Very cool! If it were me, I'd flatten the underside for stability, make a 3d print of it and keep it on my desk

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    Really nice!

    if you define the shapes a little bit more it will be perfect!
    I love it.

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    Default " The Asteroid" (Tinned Copper) (WIP)

    just wanted to try zb as real clay, so i did this one started with half of cylinder 3D and just pushed and pulled. so many mistakes and unanswered questions from working on this one.
    new post comming up.
    hope you like
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    Cool work man. Like the Material .
    So, how many polys you got on this model?

    Cheers

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