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    Friends, thank you for your support!
    Below I place the sketch. Perhaps it will be interesting for you.
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    really enjoying those experiments of yours for a while Alex, seems that there is no limit to those interestings technics... I am wondering what kind of UV maps you are using.. are there different ones for the big elements and small parts? ( like tubes for instance)

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    Thanks for sharing this preview..i'm glad to see you here again with frequence , it's Always a pleasure.

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    Elementy Organicheskaya / Stanki podkhodyat drug k drugu , kak lastochkin khvost sustava .... ya videl vas mozhno sravnit' s HR Giger , no ya chuvstvuyu, vy master , chto vy delayete , mozhet byt', na parallel'no s Giger no , konechno, ne sledovat' za Nim .
    Vy uzhe znayete, naskol'ko ty khorosh , tak chto ya skazhu tol'ko, chto ya fanat .... Dik
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    pascal blanche:
    Large holes are the result of a hard modeling. Middle holes and pipes I do with a help loops. I'm changing many times the groups to build a loops and I also use the IMM brushes and simple brushes for it. Making textures and displacement maps it is iteration process between ZBrush, Processing and ContextFree. For me an understanding of the final result is very important. And because of it many actions I make intuitively.
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    thanks your english improved a lot btw, looking forward for your new researches, looks like you are trying something new

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    (Reuters) - Swiss surrealist artist H.R. Giger who designed the monster and revolutionary sci-fi sets for the film "Alien" has died,
    his museum said on Tuesday. He was 74.
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/...0DT0HX20140513

    Hans Rudolf Giger, photographed in July 2012
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    Just read about that... We've lost one of the weirdest artistic geniuses.
    I bet he'd be flattered skilled artists like yourself keep his style alive and even improve on it. Just looking through this thread, you really are taking it to an awesome next level Keep up the good work.
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    Rip

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    R.I.P.

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    a sad day indeed : (

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    Sad day. R.I.P

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    A great loss , a Master for all of us. His art will live forever .
    R.I.P. H.R.G.

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    Your textures are awe inpiring. Wonderful work

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    Hi, great work always! I suppose you have some architecture background. And use a procedure method to generate the design a lot! Am I right?

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