Santis: thanks bud! On the spine issue: I have to admit that I’m working on a version where every vertebrae is ZSketched and polished separately, but it’s an imense work: sculpting it as one volume is gave me a good feeling of it’s proportions and main shape though. The update below won’t be of much use to you, but make sure to keep an eye out for the next – I’ll be taking things a step further! Looking forward to seeing your skeleton worx!
Moni-Poroni: clock is ticking… 20 hours, 19, 18… . On the style thing: you’re right, it’s meant to be nothing more than a study/reference model but it does have a certain aestethic to it, which will even be reinforced in the next update (not the one below, but the next one), you’ll see. 17… 16… 15…
Alexmarik: thanks a lot man, and thanks for letting me know! Here’s more – and more to come! Hope u like .
Calum5ZB: thank you friend! Hope you had a great (Z) weekend too quote:”You make every thing appear to be so straight forward” well I struggled so long trying to find my way to good info on drawing/sculpting (that is, until I bumped into ZBrush and ZBC), I hope my thread points people in the right direction faster, hopefully saving them some time and frustration… .
Marsyas: me too Geoff, only thing is… I’d like to have a life-size print too… still not quite sure on how to tackle that one. I wish there would be something like that 3d-imaging device they had in the first season of Bones.
Cherea: Thank you for your kind and very motivating comments!!! I hope you’ll like my next skeleton updates too! I hope all is well for you and look forward to seeing some of your new worx on ZBC soon!