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    Hey Etcher! The helmet and presentation is absolutely great!!!!
    The story with your son and the naked lady made me laugh out loud.

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    Thanks, Etcher. From your accurate and detailed anatomy studies to your useful notes and drawings .......you are the Leonardo of ZBrush.

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    Ncollings: Nicolas, thank you so much! So glad you like the Axl sheets - I hope the final sculpt will live up to the expectations... . Thanks for your support! Regarding my son's antics: I'm afraid I haven't seen the last of those... , good times ... . !

    fox1983: Fox, thanks for the nice comment on the helmet, I'm so glad I pulled it off cause those polys... ! About my son: sure man! laugh about it! I wasn't, that's for sure ... !

    Im: hey Larry, If I am the Leonardo of ZBrush, then you are most certainly one of the inspirations of the Leo of Z! Infinite thank you for that comment, tu: !

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    Wow, fantastic concepts. It's really interesting to see how you work.

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    Etcher

    Finally got round to posting on your thread again. What you have done with these anatomical studies is simply brilliant. They are clear, intuitive and really great to referance.

    I am very glad to be back on ZBC after my deep reserch period and amazed to see your fantastic progress. Whats you background btw. You look like you might have done animation at some point? Maybe I am barking up the wrong tree.

    BTW just give Axl an eye patch and your son will love your work even more


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    Glad I didn´t miss another update from you, Etcher.
    Just wanted to let you know: I´m back -- now you can start posting a new update ASAP. Just kidding.
    I´ll wait. I´m sure it´ll worth it.

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    Great thread etcher, love your sculpts. lovely work on the helmet. I'm gonna be checking back here for sure!

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    KillahPriest: Thanks man! Glad u appreciate !

    scottleroc: Scott, thanks for the awesome comment! On my background: nothin' spectacular there... just like you, research and exercise - ZBrush seems to be the right tool for me to bring it all out. Always had a big interest in all things art-related. Thanks man! !

    Moni-Poroni: glad you're back. I'll try to get an update out this weekend. Maybe just a small one, but I'll try! !

    Maxim_fleury: hey Maxim, thanks for checkin' out my worx! Glad u like! !

    Thanks girls & guys! You keep me goin' !

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    Hi girls & guys!

    Long overdue – a small update … still no sculpting… .

    Way too much work at home and daytime job. It won’t get any better any time soon. I’m feeling pretty bad about not being able to work faster and post more comments on the great stuff that’s being posted on ZBC as much as I’d like to. Hope it’ll get better when the dust settles in a few months.

    If it weren’t for ZBC, there probably wouldn’t be an AXL… . So, thanks again for your ongoing support. !

    We’ll see what the future brings….

    Anyways, here goes: AXL_WIP_Post_004


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    Axl_Post_004_Page_004o.jpg

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    Trying to find the time for the next update... .

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    I don't believe I've ever seen anyone so methodical about they're project! Can't wait for the sculpting

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    Etcher -- what can I say...what should I say?
    It´s an awesome update and I love the way you did it!
    So many infos, details, amazing sketches, unique presentation PLUS the fact you´re a very talented artist!
    You´re an Entertainer!

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    HaHa. I always save my "non-topo" meshes for creating clothing later on.
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    Yes this is very entertaining! And now the story is unfolding. I would love to see some darkness in this too as you mentioned
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    When a character is alive you can't do anything but wait to see a little mor about his life... excellent work here
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    Stunning methodic... can I ask is all this going towards some form of retail DVD tutorial book in some form?

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