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    DAnconia thanks!

    mantegra thanks, I have never sculpted flames before ether so far they have been an interesting challenge. I am thinking of making them kind of chunky and stylized. Seems like it will be allot of work and fun.

    SolidSnakexxx thanks, I really appreciate you enthusiasm. It's incredible what you can do with a simple zsphere mesh in zb. Hopefully someday I will have a 3D printed holy relic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustbin1_uk
    Oh I'm in on this one!
    Sorry I take that back I'm out for now. Just too much work to catch up on and more on the way!!

    But hey! your work is looking amazing!! keep it up!

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    I just saw the last update (catching up after only one day without internet), it's terrific. The esoteric feel is overwhelming. It's pretty clear that you're loving it.
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    I like how symbolic and timeless/"immortal" this is beginning to look. Keep going!

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    dustbin1_uk, that's a bit of a bummer, I was curious to see what you would do. But that's cool you have some client work.

    maxinkuk thanks, I am definitely loving it, this is a project that I was kind of wanting to do anyways, and this competition seemed like a great motivator to really focus and get it done.

    Fess thanks, I am glad you are liking it so far. I am excited to see how far I can take this. I learned so much in the scared silly contest. These contest are a great place to put my skills to the test and really apply what I have learned.

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    WOW!!! You have some serious sculpting skills here mate. I like your design concept.

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    Hey MindFX, thanks man I appreciate that. I feel like thing are really coming together for me artisticly. I feel like I am finally grasp the basics the basics enough that I am really able to create what I envision. It has been wild to really try and apply myself in this contest and see what I can do.

    I have been working like a mad man. I did some more work on the heads. Here is a quick paintover with a fire like mat, that illustrates the direction I am heading.

    pOST 7 F H C3.jpg

    And here is the shaded version.

    pOST 7 F H 2.jpg

    I also did some work on this background element. O man it has been a lot of work, I made a silluhete with the topo tool, deformed it, then retopoed, deformed, retopoed, deformed, and retopoed again, and maybe deformed some more, I can't remember?

    pOST 7 SP C1.jpg

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    Wow, amazing, that fire material is fantastic. Your tool is really ablaze. Strong, strong, strong piece!
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    I really like the fire material you put on the stage piece. While, the shade version really shows off the detail, the blazing fire really set the mood for the character you have!

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    Default yes it does set the mood..

    those fire blazing heads Rock!

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    Default Topo Tool..

    that background element made with the Topo Tool... is so clean looking
    nice edge loops... sharp

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    Your progress is coming along very well... can't wait to see his final post.

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    Nice work!!

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    Hey, this is looking really good!
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    Incredible Fire effects! That is gorgeous
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