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    seriousliy awesome wrk man .....!!!
    u can learn tool but can't creativity .........

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    Default congrats on the top row dude!

    congrats on the top row. you have some amazing work. and some amazing tools!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.S.Wittelsbach

    hmm the final milling paths run .002 distance between path and .002 steps along path.
    Do you do a rough pass first with a larger bit. How long is the milling time on one of these?

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    EvilSmiley- thank you, I will try it today

    PoisenSoul- thank you, the link is http://www.tswittelsbach.com/store/...&cat=252&page=2

    Finotti- thank you very much, I must say Zbrush changed my life... seriously. I can actually sculpt on the computer. what else can you say. no more foam in the pants.... yeeeaaaa

    Totyo- thank you, I sent you that stuff. also I'm downloading poly cruncher as we speak.

    piz- thank you,

    Giantsun- thank you, I know I'm a slave to my cintque. to should see me traveling I have a huge pelican case with wheels. I'm a little silly.

    meanboythecat- thank you, I havent used art cam. but if I can help just ask.

    Disco Stu- thank you, lol as I said earlier I'm a little silly but I do truly enjoy my life and work. Who wouldnt I work from home. I moved to BFE from LA to spend time with my mom after the man she lived with fell through the ice and died. It's so quiet here no distractions and tons of time to try to wrap my head aroud what I'm trying to do. Jewelry and digital sculpting is new to me I've only been trying to do this for 2-3 years or so. this February is my first showing of my jewelry at a real trade show. We'll see how it goes. But i think I'll do ok.

    The Cheshire Cat- thank you

    Morph Division- thank you, lets hope it's a niche that has a future, lol

    koliravi- thank you

    nerveink- thank you, I'm still a little suprised but I'm very pleased.

    airbrush- Yes I do rough pases first. on the sugar skull I do a big block pass on the two sided flip to prevent bit chatter. then I do 2 passes on the rotation. on some of the others I do flat passes on the rotation to get into eye sockets or other recesses. I think the sugar skull total time is 6 to 8 hours.

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    Cool What a collection!

    And cool use of dentist's tools!
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
    Pilou's Galerie Pilou's Tips Tuts Page
    Cameyo's ZPlace Art Surfing Albums
    Dedicaces Perpetual Challenges

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    How much did the mill set you back?

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    you can get the new model in the 25-28 range, I think

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    Wow! Really good and imaginative use of Zbrush.

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    Question How??

    How do you cast your wax model in to silver (gold, platina) jewelry???

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    Holy cow, that's a really impressive mill. We never had something that fine detailed back when I was a student. Heh, awesome awesome work.

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    How much would it cost to have a sample piece run on your machine?

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    is really nice!!... want to learn more from you. Awsome !!

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    Thumbs up

    this is the most beautiful design that I have ever seen .
    I like them

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    Great use of ZB for product development......maybe time for a product development section on the forums??

    Steevo

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    Truely impressive art, concepts, workflow and execution. Id love to be able to be in youre shoes and have 3d work milled to life.
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