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    Default rapid prototyping and zbrush in the arts

    I just had my senior art exhibition and I used zbrush for most of my sculptures. Zbrush and a 3d printer. 3D printing is really an amazing thing and zbrush is a very powerful tool. I hope more fine artists learn to use it because it really is limitless. It's far too tempting just to use this tool to make your favorite super hero or a horrible monster or a hot babe. Here are some pictures of the zbrush sculpt and then the finished product. enjoy! check out more at: "its all about alan"

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    In the near future,one would imagine, 3d printers by Matel under Christmas trees ......everywhere.........
    Your art would be a curator's dream, simple, well presented and only a hint of "l'art pour l'art". I'm not sure that the motion capture suit will become the new 'black'....


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    Great stuff....keep it up!

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    Default Fantastic!

    Hey ! that's such a good idea ! fantastic that's fun how the lowest poly character are cool in real! like your concepts too
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    i think low poly stuff looks the best on a 3d printer because it never looks "man made". i think its important that 3d prints look digital.

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    Thumbs up Funny use...

    ...of Zb!
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    Default this one had a tv in it

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    i love the dog pyramid! well done
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    awesome stuff...the dogs and the tv is really cool...nice idea too...actually all of them are amazing and beautiful presentations.


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    thank you.

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    Gotta love the fact that someone picks up zbrush and comes up with concepts like this. Gotta love the "print out" art. Very .

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    I like the blood creature

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    Default new site

    now i have a new website with all my 3d prints documented.

    www.itsallaboutalan.com

    I didn't put up the zbrush renders but i think i should.

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    fun stuff

    I like the printing you have done here.....

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