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    Default Buckle_Bunny

    Zbrush with a little love from Photoshop.

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    Default Good job~

    very Cool wooman.

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    Start mesh.
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    Wire. used a lot of extract mesh and re topo
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    Nice work and great character. Don't you just love those retopo tools!

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    love the pose and details, wild one

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    Default A new Zbrush master has emerged.

    You've done this sort of thing before. I can tell.

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    great work!!

    Alex Oliver

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    front and back views
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    nice. i love full characters..... great job. btw what does extract mesh do? iv never used it.
    See my portfolio Here

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    Quote Originally Posted by jadedsoul
    nice. i love full characters..... great job. btw what does extract mesh do? iv never used it.
    To extract a mesh you just simply mask off a section on you current subtool and click extract. Then you have a new subtool. I did this for many parts like the belt shirt and so on. Great tool and the best part is you don't have to open another 3d program.

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    Awsome work!
    Sébastien Legrain A.K.A Sebcesoir

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

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    a few close ups

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    This is beautiful. Great work
    KOSOVA

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