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    Default Old man dozing (sketch)

    Just a little doodle I did at a cultural event in montreal (it was a live demo)! I spent 3 hours on it and the base is 249 polygons, I didn't use any refs this time and all the details skinpores etc are from the standard zbrush 3.1.

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    Ah! lil'sister just wonderful as usual. Love the wrinkles, and lips, real solid work.

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    Wow! This is really nice especially if you consider the fact that no reference was used and it was done in 3 hours.
    Simply amazing

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    great job,what program did you use?

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    awesome sculpting David
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    very nice, especially like the hair. definitely pulled of the dozing affect. any story behind the scar on the forehead?

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    Very nice work. I like it so much.

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    Great work. You should announce your live demos here ahead of time -- I'm sure more than a few of us would love to attend.

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    Thanks a lot guys for your comments! there is a little update!

    Ctrl-Z! yeah sorry it was a last minute type of thing but I will annouce it next time (I don't know where).

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    Maaaaaannnnn.....Just 3 hours. I can' belive it. Beautiful. Photorealistic. Especialy hair and wrinkles. Do you have some special technique (or brush or alpha) for this ?

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    I made a script/tutorial on hair, it's just a quick example with the standard brushes and alphas!
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    Love the harsh lighting you went with, lotsa character. Gogo normal maps!
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    Thanks Pierre! I made a little test in photoshop to give it a comic book feel!

    On the lower part of the image.

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    great as usual...
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