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    @Carcaryas
    Thank you

    @Hanska
    Thanks man, super glad you like it

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    Dude fantastic work, your style is very great, congrats

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    Good sense of shape and design into your characters. You also have a keen eye for composition which is great.

    I'm kinda new to zbrush and I watched a few of your videos on how you approach hard surface modeling. I was wondering if you could answer a few beginner questions?

    - What's the "line-cutting" tool you keep on using for trimming off hard edges? You used it a lot on your wrench/hammer for the rhino. There was also a circle cutting tool I believe. They seem very practical when doing hard objects.

    - You were adding holes for screws all around the radius of the handle. Is there an option like the symmetry to activate this?

    - You sculpted the rhino visor/glasses out of a box it seemed. Is there a name for that kind of technique? Maybe a tutorial out there?

    Thanks for sharing all your knowledge!

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    @acote
    Hey man, thanks for the kind words

    "- What's the "line-cutting" tool you keep on using for trimming off hard edges? You used it a lot on your wrench/hammer for the rhino. There was also a circle cutting tool I believe. They seem very practical when doing hard objects."

    That would be the clipping brushes, you find them if you hit B on your keyboard.
    There are a couple of them, clipCircle, clipCircleCenter, clipCurve and ClipRect.

    "- You were adding holes for screws all around the radius of the handle. Is there an option like the symmetry to activate this? "

    Yeah there is a thing called radial symmetry. Transform -> Activate symmetry -> and check the ( R ).

    "- You sculpted the rhino visor/glasses out of a box it seemed. Is there a name for that kind of technique? Maybe a tutorial out there?"

    I don't really think so, I think you'll be able to figure it out if you play around with clipping brushes. There are tutorials for the clipping brushes on pixologic.com

    Hope that answers your questions

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    Hi Frederik.
    I want to thank you for posting all this work/art and information. You have a nice combination of organic and mechanical. One doesn't overpower the other. Also, is very helpful that you posted all these in-progress animations. It is great seeing how to take advantage of ZB4 seeing how you manipulate the tools.

    I wonder what you have been up to lately. I would imagine you have new models that you are working on.

    Thanks again.

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    Thanks mate, I'm really glad you think so And you are more than welcome.
    I got lots of things going, you can always take a look at my blog: http://frederik-storm.blogspot.com/ or my sketchbook here at the site: http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...709#post840709

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