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    Amazing work. Hope I can make it to the user meeting.
    No one ever expected a pencil to draw for them.

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    Very cool work, really like those masks!

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    Thanks all, glad you like those masks!

    Here is a 1 hour sculpt done for my Livestream - http://livestre.am/1HtOQ

    Last edited by KPtoons; 04-24-12 at 12:58 AM.

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    Awesome sketch as always, Kurt

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    Just a stunning sketch man, great design and your livestream is just awesome, really learned a lot from it! Nice sculpting!
    Definently keep it going and have fun zbrushing, is there in the background music wutang great just love it!
    All the best,
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    Thanks again all, glad you like!

    Kenny - yeah that was Wu-Tang mixed with the Beetles, and thanks!

    So, here is what I was able to get create during the Pixologic UGM last Thursday with Cesar Dacol Jr. and Paul Gaboury. I took it home to do some final polish and renders to it, but in the demo I went over Dynamesh, sculpting brushes, polypaint, transpose master, posing, layers, and the Timeline. It was a lot of fun! And I look forward to doing more things like this in the future

    Big thanks to everyone at Pixologic for making this happen, and for everyone who came out. Was a dream come true!


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    nice one Kurt, keep em coming!!!
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    Hey Kurt, thank you for doing the UGM. I learned a lot and found it very inspiring.

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    Thanks for the great work at the UGM. Is there a video of the session? I was trying to remember how you set up the posed view using the animation slider. That was a sweet trick.

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks for sharing at the ugm. It was (hand wave)... Awesome!

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    awesome, great details on flesh very natural

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    Thanks Mutte!

    Monstermaker - Hi Rick! Thank you so much! It was truly an honor to meet you. Your work is why I do what I do, inspiring me for years haha.

    Captain Cartesian - Below is a simple tutorial on how I did that layer/timeline thing with the pose. Hopefully this helps!

    G7ro - (hand wave) AWESOME! Thanks for coming out, it was super fun.

    Thanks Rodion :]

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    I was at the event watching you do this, and I really have to say, man what a superb treat!
    Really enjoyed and learned a lot watching this sculpt unfold, as your final render has turned out much nicer with applied time.

    Bravo, Sir! -And thanks for the wips, I had tried to remember some of the steps after the User meeting, but this helps!

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    Thank you Koro! I'm glad you enjoyed it

    By request, I decided to record the posing process more and just how I go about doing this on a more complex character, I also included a few more tidbits :]

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    Thanks a lot for posting the vid!

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