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    Default T.S.Wittelsbach's Jewelry Sketchbook

    I'm a little slow but I get it, I am starting a master post.
    So I apologise for re posting some images I'm sure some of you have already seen. I'm not trying to blast the board.

    I am going to show my process of using Zbrush in the design and fabrication of my jewelry. Please feel free to ask about anything what I'm doing isn't a secret I would be happy to help where I can.


    I hope this isn't to boring but there is going to be more than a few images here in this re post but I would like the body of work in one place.

    thanks for you patience and input.

    Tomas



    These are some of the base skulls I've been using in the parts below.
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    new-skull-zpost-4.jpgnew-skull-zpost-3.jpg new-skull-zpost-5.jpg

    2.

    a-skull-1.jpga-skull-2.jpg

    3.

    h-skull-1.jpg h-skull-2.jpg


    Here are some of the pieces from model to wax to silver.

    Taghairm

    tagharim-34.jpg tagharim-side.jpg tagharim-front.jpg

    Adflo

    smokin_34_p.jpg adflo-wax-34.jpg adflo-wax-top.jpg Adflo-front.jpg adflo-side.jpg

    Conspare

    shotgun_detailsimage.jpg conspare-wax-34.jpg conspare-wax-side.jpg conspare-side2.jpg conspare-top2.jpg conspare-bottom.jpg

    Sugar skull

    sugar-skull-combo.jpg
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    I just decided that this is what I want to do with zbrush haha.

    You're an inspiration

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    Crashed here are more.....

    Vampire

    vampy-1.jpg vamp-6.jpg vampy-2.jpg vamp-5.jpg vampy-3.jpg vampy-4.jpg

    G&R-tophat.jpg IMG_0195.jpg IMG_0197.jpg

    Various Pendants

    fob.jpg xb_pistols_s.jpg IMG_0162.jpg

    asweare_s.jpg weare-wax.jpg IMG_0156.jpg

    jager.jpg jager_s.jpg

    wings.jpg


    things other than skulls

    cross-front.jpg cross-back.jpg

    earring-1.jpg earring-2.jpg eardob.jpg

    acorn.jpg floral1.jpg floral-2.jpg floral-pendant.jpg
    arch-link.jpg links.jpg Acoustic-pendant-front.jpg Acoustic-Pendant-Back.jpg fleece.jpg order_of_the_fleece_-_Base[1].jpg order_of_the_fleece_-_gold[1].jpg seal.jpg bayless detail.jpegbayless-scales-1.jpg bayless-scales-2.jpg



    ok I think thats enough to start with.
    Sorry again hope no one is offended that I posted all ths stuff.

    thanks,
    t

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    Wow,
    Thank you
    I look at all the talent on this board am I'm inspired.
    I cant wait to have some free time to truly dig into this amazing program.
    I use it so superficially I still have to learn to retopologise. wow that would help....

    I have a big show in vegas in february so it's a race untill then. maybe I'll pick up something here or there before then.

    thanks again for the kind words.
    t

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    Thumbs up Very clean work. Impressive.

    First of all, a thanks is in order. This is both a good thanks, as in thank for the inspiration. It is also a Thanks alot buddy because now my girlfriend wants that sugarskull ring and I have been hearing about it for days. Very nice piece. I look forward to seeing more of your work both here and on your website.

    Regards, James.

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    lol,

    well thank you and just drop me a line you know were I am....


    t

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    THAT is an awesome use of Zbrush! No idea how I've missed your thread so far Looking forward to more stuff

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    Default Bad and good news M.M.

    bad news first.... Sugarskull isn't on the site yet due to my complete lack of html skills.

    good news it is up on the cart here is the link for you..... hehe

    http://www.tswittelsbach.com/store/p...cat=252&page=2

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    Default just thought about last post.

    sorry I'm not trying to pander my goods just responding to a post.

    please tell me if this is a problem. I understand this is a place to discuss our craft not sell things.

    if this is a problem I'll deleat the link.

    and Intervain thank you very much.

    t

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    simply awesome, great works.

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    very inspiring! I for one would love to see a bit more details on your process from design to endproduct. Maybe later, as it sounds you are busy atm. Wish you all the best for the show.
    Zbrush Funpack and free alphas:www.notone.ch/Zbrush.htm

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    Truly fantastic, your are one hell of a talent mate. Great to see the designs prototyped and made...don't ever stop.

    Awesome!

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    Thanks allot aesis412, Sinzalot, & Erklaerbar.

    Erklaerbar as far a more detail what would you like to see I'm sure I can whip something up to look at.


    t

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    Great work, again! Love seeing your wares.

    How delicate are the wax prints with all that fine detail? They look like they would break just picking one up!

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    what type of printer are you using and at what resolution?

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