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    Tomas, well deserved

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    really great and exciting news.
    noticed it a couple of weeks ago, great little program!
    going to be fun watch this grow.

    Lycka till!

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    Default Yes this program rocks

    I have had abrief play with Sculptris and it rocks, Well done Thomas and welcome to Zbrush.

    Heres a very quick image I made with it. http://www.flickr.com/photos/gumby_roffo/4767761462/

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    Well, of course im pretty sure is and will be an outstanding program, i have no question about that but.....Im very curious about the role or the evolution of ZB4,jusr for curious

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    Buy before he becomes a concurent.
    Well done Pixo!

    Where is the gift? Aaaah I'm a #@ mac user
    OK, the more brains they buy, the more fun we will have with the fantastic creative ZBrush!
    Cheers!

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    Sounds like Tomas will be a good addition to the team. I'm sure he'll make some useful contributions to the development of ZBrush.
    "Whoever controls the media, the images, controls the culture." - Allen Ginsberg

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    Webhead, YEP! There is a lot of work to do, but the proudness of buying a smart one (toprow)....

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    GREAT acquisition



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    Quote Originally Posted by m0delista
    GREAT acquisition
    I hope. You are the specialist.

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    This is great news! DrPetter will no doubt be a great addition to the Pixologic team, and I'm sure Pixologic will provide a great home for Sculptris.

    ZBrush and Sculptris have a few things in common certainly, but with zBrush adding animation to an already impressive set of painting tools there is still a place for an elegant and intuitive application like Sculptris.

    This is my first actual model with Sculptris, no manual or forum assistance required!

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    Default The Funny Thing is...

    After I saw Keith Lango Talk about this application, I saw the youtube videos, and saw it was one programmer that developed it, I thought....Man... This will probably get hired as a programmer for Pixologic.. I also thought in my head that "Pixo would be silly, dumb and crazy, if they don't hire this guy"... I'm so excited for this guy.. and I don't even know him, but he definitely deserves this gig..

    I can't wait to see what he brings to the Pixologic Table.

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    Again, what is new about Sculptris? It looks like a ZB-clone like other programs that will follow the next time. I hope it will make ZB more strong in making better software but I also hope to see more 'Sculptris-guys' around with a better relationship with customers.

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    i'm kinda hoping this builds into a plugin for zbrush down the track for people who are baffled by z spheres. later being incorporated as a brush by ZB5

    as a standalone i saw this a few weeks back, i told our main programmer the interface wasn't very good for use on cintiq, and being stuck in texturing mode unable to edit geometry anymore was a huge bottleneck for my workflow.

    but the premise of just endlessly sculpting new geometry outwards forever is more akin to how i think z brush should rough stuff in. just retopo at the end for your base mesh.

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    Congrats Tomas!

    PS> it is me son kim

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    Smile Very Cool

    Very promising...innovative.Congrats man.

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