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    Default Zbrush in a stylized action :)

    here i did a stylized character base created in 3d max and the rest in zbrush ....below are some screens

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    Hey, nice sculpting and concept. Realy like the face work too.

    Thanks for sharing your work.

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    yep..dig it.Are u gonna texture it?

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    To-Notch work,particularly on the cloth and face.
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    tez - thank you very much mate
    Am3D - thanx dude ..ya i'm gonna texture it
    SquidWatch - thank you soo much dude

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    hi i'm back here is the first render test with the back ground and without back tround ..still in very wip

    character sss test-4.jpg


    character sss test-3.jpg





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    Id say rework the hands before u do the final render.
    The pose is very unnatural and it doesnt sell as an inteded cartoon charicature
    style yet i find.
    Same for the shotgun id rather enhance its size than making it smaller.
    This way it looks very fragile almost like hes holding a stick.

    The background is looking very good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco Stu
    Id say rework the hands before u do the final render.
    The pose is very unnatural and it doesnt sell as an inteded cartoon charicature
    style yet i find.
    Same for the shotgun id rather enhance its size than making it smaller.
    This way it looks very fragile almost like hes holding a stick.

    The background is looking very good
    thanx mate for your comments .....there are really worth

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    no problem man

    its always good to just look at some pics while posing and sculpting.
    http://drugabuse.gov/Published_Articles/cig2.gif
    http://www.absolutvision.com/gallery...31.preview.jpg
    http://images.inmagine.com/img/photo...a064000033.jpg
    Theres many ways one can hold a cigarette but note how
    the fingers bend back most of the times.
    When i saw your character i thought of this one
    http://zbrushcentral.com/zbc/showthr...2&page=8&pp=15
    It has almost the same proportions but you see how dynamic you can
    pose it.
    Just imagine that guy holding a cigarette and shotgun at his hip
    I think it works quite well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Disco Stu
    no problem man

    its always good to just look at some pics while posing and sculpting.
    http://drugabuse.gov/Published_Articles/cig2.gif
    http://www.absolutvision.com/gallery...31.preview.jpg
    http://images.inmagine.com/img/photo...a064000033.jpg
    Theres many ways one can hold a cigarette but note how
    the fingers bend back most of the times.
    When i saw your character i thought of this one
    http://zbrushcentral.com/zbc/showthr...2&page=8&pp=15
    It has almost the same proportions but you see how dynamic you can
    pose it.
    Just imagine that guy holding a cigarette and shotgun at his hip
    I think it works quite well
    thanx dude thank you soooo much for your references .....i'll c

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