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    Wow, great work! Many thanks for posting the WIP images. I love the way you did the feathers. The whole model is so beautiful!

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    wow impressive work! I love the flowers model... they feel very soft and delicate

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    Beautiful piece ......
    i love the way the feathers are done...
    thanks for the wip images... insight into a master's workflow...

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    Thanks, everyone! Here's an illustration that didn't take as long as some of the others as only the face and clouds were done in ZBrush, the rays and background were just Photoshop.

    Sun.jpg

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    Very clean! like it!
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    looks wonderful, i really like the way you put your work together. always a treat.

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    Refreshing illustration. I'm suddenly craving raisins.
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    wow! very eye-catching image.
    i love your other works, too.
    your pictures are beautiful!

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    It's a beautiful illustration, it may not have taken you as much as other artworks but still it took you all life to know what you know, and it shows (I think it was Picasso that said something along these lines to a client that criticized him for charging a lot of money for a 1 minute sketch).
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    Wow nice work Christopher. Was the sunshine painted in 2.5D or 3D?

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    sasquatchpoacher, thanks man!

    threetails, thanks and likewise!

    Prosthesis thanks! I resisted the urge to put two scoops in his ray "hands".

    masara, thank you!

    maxinkuk, thanks!

    Paint Guy, thanks! The sun rays were just painted in Photoshop. Then I used the bevel layer effect to add the highlights around the edges.

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    I have a couple new illustrations I've been working on. This is the first, the other (another snowman design) will be finished in the next day or two.

    Rendered in ZBrush, postwork in Photoshop.

    Scarecrow2.jpg

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    Very different. I like it !

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    Looks very good!
    Im looking forward to the snowman

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    Your work kicks ass! Very artistic and well done! Great work!

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