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    Hey, there you are! With a great anatomy sheet and on top of that before I updated. Now I should better hurry up!
    I love all your anatomy sculpts and sheets. I learn from it just by looking at it (saved all your sheets in an Etcher folder hope you don`t mind).
    I wanted to go to bed (it was rather late as always ) then I checked my mails and had gotten my upgrade mail. In short: No sleep then.
    The new brushes are awesome. I`m going to check out everything else tonight.
    Hope you post the next update quickly (no pressure this time...just can`t wait to see them ).

    PS: I read what you wrote about the windows update... I HATE IT !! Happened to me for more than 5 times so far! When I`m at home my computer is always on, even if I`m doing something else.. cleaning up..whatever. Zbrush or at least the windows player is always active so I don`t understand why it doesn`s ask "need to install new updates and restart, please save ...etc"
    15minutes before it`s shutting down automatically there`s a countdown. Not cool. If you don`t see that message everything`s lost. I hope they change that one day.



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    Hey Etch this is really interesting - i just downloaded my version of R3
    and i think i need to install it right now ;-)
    hope to see the whole skeleton soon man.
    At the first glance i thought the zsketch is a photo of some kind of plastecin or something like that -lol

    that windowsupdate-autorestart really sucks
    i turned it off and do it manually because i dont want my computer to decide things like that by himself- i think that is scary

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    Great updates man,really looking forward to see more.i have said it before and repeating again i really like the presentation.keep it up Etcher.
    Romel chopra

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    Very nice to see you back on track again Etcher! Im actually sculpting the human skeleton at the moment, and Ive just started on the scapula, what a coinsidence!
    I started with a base from C4D, but this approach looks much better!
    Ill keep an concentrated eye on this one for sure

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    Hi mate,Still wondering why the access to Etcher thread fee is not enabled ha ha.Im riding this tutorial wave in my bermuda shorts and the surfs insane. Looking forward to seeing how you assemble all the sections and I can hear the drumroll on the 3d print already.Sorry to hear about your windows issue.Im not even going there!Catch you soon,thanks again for your workflow revelations.Helps so many people like me,

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    wow it's great

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    Cool

    great update +
    nice thread really +
    thank for share
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    Hey man!!

    Great you've updated again! Love the process, gotta mess with the new brushes... I wasn't even up-to-date with R2 hahahah

    Cheers
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    Friends, thanks for the kind and encouraging words!!!

    SolidSnakexxx: thank you Yong, hope all is well!! Yeah man – my Z-time is limited, but your encouragement helps a lot – hope you’ll like the next updates.

    O / MI: thank you and you’re welcome! Looking forward to seeing your update on the Admiral!

    Moni-Poroni: hehe, I’m first … . You should hurry up: stop playing with R3 and get to work right now!!! I’m glad the anatomy stuff is useful – hope you got some space left in the Etcher folder, cause more is on the way! I’ll try to update fast, but I’m struggling (as always) to get the sheets together and the movies edited. Oh, I disabled automatic windows update… .

    Schiefer: thanks a bunch man! Yeah, you need to test R3 out asap, it’s awesome! I hope you will like the next updates – showing more of the skeleton! Quote:” At the first glance i thought the zsketch is a photo of some kind of plastecin or something like that” my thoughts exactly: that’s why I chose that material for those pics! Automatic update is now off!!!!

    Romilchoprazb: thank you Romel!!! More updates are on the way – hope you will like them!!! Thanks again for your support.

    Santis: thank you always struggling to find the time! Quote: “Im actually sculpting the human skeleton at the moment” coolness!!! Let me know what you think about the next series of updates – would be great if they are of some use to you .

    Calum5ZB: Haha! Thanks Cal! Hold on to your shorts cause more waves are on the way!!! Looking forward to hear your opinion!

    Rodion vlaslov: thanks for dropping me a line Rodion – definitely tells me I’m on the right track! I hope you’ll like the updates!

    Tokio: hey Toki! Thanks for your kind words and ongoing support – more to come!

    Ville: thanks!!!!!more on the way!!!! Quote:” I wasn't even up-to-date with R2” c’mon
    Man – get up to speed- it’s total coolness!!


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    Looks very nice!

    I was thinking about how to make the spine, first making one vertebrae of each kind, and then copying them, and in that way be able to integrate the middle sections with the ribs.
    Then I realised that sculpting it from one peace of geometry would be a better idea, but now seeing this creative approach I get very inspired to go with roughly the same concept, just marking out some land marks for the ribs and muscles.


    Thanks for showing me(us) the potential of Zsketch, I didn't even think about using it for the skeleton

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    Hey Etcher, aaaah you know me...of course I`m playing with the new R3.
    Actually the first project is ready for posting but now that I have R3 I need to change a few things.. the new brushes are so cool! I`m sure you understand me.
    Now let`s shift attention to your update, hehe.
    It`s
    great! That`s looking very different from all the skeletons I`ve seen to date (of course I`m talking about the style, not about the anatomically correctness because I know all your stuff is anatomical correct for sure).
    Very cool! You know I admire your anatomy stuff.

    Oh and no worries, I have enough space left for stuff like that.
    I can imagine that it takes very long to get all those sheets together but it`s worth it because they look very professional.

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    Man, this is extreme cool. I'm looking forward for more!!

    Cheers!

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    You make every thing appear to be so straight forward.Looking really good in all aspects.Have a good weekend buddy,thanks cal
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    Looking forward to seeing 3D prints of this stuff!
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    My God Etcher...
    you have one mind very cool, i'm sure!
    all your works is very very cool, shapes awesome...
    Skeleton torso imho is really nice, my compliments.

    My congratz also for all your last works, i'm miss the forum for longer time, and now i see all your works...

    GREAT!

    best regards

    p.s. sorry for my english

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