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    Hey brett! I really dig your sculptures a lot!

    keep rockin man!

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    dude... just went thourhg your whole sketchbook and read almost everything... great work, really inspiring, i'm sorry for your loss i'm sure he'd be really proud of ya ... hope to even come close to ya, just starting zbrush and maybe one day i'll have someone sharing crits with me....


    keep one working dude, congratz!!!!!

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    Awesome stuff!
    The last model is very cool. I like the sculpted details on model.

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    sweet!

    great work man. gotta try that rake brush some more.

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    Very promising! Very good Dude!

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    Very cool model and surface feel!
    The pose suggest that he has some problem with the frontalis muscles, because normally I think that you cannot contract only one side

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    Hey Brett!! Howzit going man? Your portfolio is looking amazing bud! Read your Zbrush interview as well, very inspiring stuff dude. I have a few questions regarding your military game character. How heavy was your chest armour in order for you to pick up all that texture detail? Do you typically look at 1 million polys evenly distributed for a 1K texture map? I actually lose alot of texture detail because my machine slows down at 2mill. Whats the highest number of polys you have worked on without slow down?
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    Thanks for the comments guys. No updates. Sorry. I try to only reply when I have an update so it doesn't seem like a meaningless post:P. But that looks like it'll be awhile.

    undoz: Ye his not too well this guy. Its inspired by Alex Ross' Bizzaro. He did an amazing sketch of him in the back of the justice comic. I hope to do more on him than just a sketch. haha.

    Mahen: Sorry took so long man. The chest armour came in around 1964 poly's. After dividing it came in at 8036352. I generally stop at level 7. I have a quad with 8 gig ram running a 64bit os. Alternatively you can create texture maps in zbrush and paint on them through projection master. Which is really handy because if you have that imageplane plugin from mahlikus you just import a texture onto your model and warp it to fit there. I'm exicited cause I just tried it the other day. Still loads to learn haha. Good luck!
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    Update:P.

    Just fiddling with hair and lights and so on...
    Lots to do still.

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    Bizzaro, this is freakin awsome. Makes me wanna do another DC character. I just looked at JUSTICE and you captured him perfectly.

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    His expression really works with his face dynamics,its the kinda thing you get when a ball go's over his fence I guess lol..Always enjoy your work and looking forward to seeing this guy completed..cheers cal
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    great stuff, buddy. love his mouth.

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