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    Killapriest: thanks man, yep; all ZBrush (xcept some imported Typo out of Photoshop) I am in the process of compiling some stuff about my texturing MO (might take a few weeks to post though - time issues ).

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    Since I started ZBrushing, I developed this habit of keeping some sort of "digital sketchbook" as I go along - probably has something to do with my traditional media background; when I finish a project, I love to go back to my sketches from time to time and look at the development process (vs the end result).

    Here are some more sheets I compiled during Beta-testing.



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    John_Rough_Model_Sheet_002o.jpg


    More to come

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    great, Etcher!

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    I am very impressive about your skill,your talent and if this things dont were enought im very impresive too about your organization,your workflow,you know? Until this morning i did not take a look to the beta tester forum(no reason at all) and stimulated for my incoming email notification im anger of news from ZB4...All my admiration for you!!!
    Finally i take care of your advice to see the video of paintstop,is really impressive but sorry, i dont understand how you get rid off...let say, you use layer? i dont understand how you get a very clean white covering...hope you understand me!
    again thanks for be here is ZB forum!

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    anatomy is too goooooooddddddddd man and shawdow box is amazingg

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    Takes a lot of time to throw those tips and vids together, so thank you! It's helped me to understand more quickly some of the ins and outs of the new features.

    Great work BTW! The work you did on the gun design was phenomenal!

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    awesome work.......

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    very useful tips. Thanks a lot for video shadow box... i learn very much
    in sunday, no children, no wife.. zbrush and yours videos = coool!!!!!!!!!!!!
    the second part... ShadowBox_ClipBrushes_Helmet_Modeling_pt2 = great moment see you modeling like that.....
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    Wonderfully detailed work and presentation truly inspiring!

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    thank you so much for posting this, it is so appreciated as a ZBrush rookie, and as a lover of awesome art.

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    Incredible Work! Props to you! and thanx 4 all your post!

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    rodion vlasov: thanks Rodion, glad u like !

    andreseloy: thank you very much for the awesome and motivating comments sir ! I hope you got your Z4 email , Z4 = awesome!

    Regarding your Paintstop question: try the following:

    1.Launch PaintStop

    2. Click on the "Tracing" icon -> in the window that opens, choose "Load Image" to load the image you want to paint on (image A), the image will appear in the pop-up window and on the canvas (image B).

    3. Close the Tracing pop-up window and set transparency to 100% (image C)

    4. Re-open the Tracing window and press "Merge with Canvas" (image D)

    -> you should now be able to paint on the image and/or erase parts you don't need.

    hope this helps .

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    arsalanali: thanks man! I love to sculpt and study anatomy, glad you think it's ok!

    KrakenCMT: Wow! thanks for the great comment Christopher - means a lot to me ! Glad the vids are of some use to you. Yeah, I'm pretty happy too about the gun (ok, very happy...) especially because it was done from skratch in Z!

    basantjoshi: thanks man & thanks for letting me know !

    yfchild: hi Yeal, that's great to hear, so glad you like the vids. Hope you had a great Z-Sunday ! Thanks for stopping by .

    hoskins 78: great to hear! Too bad I got so little time (maybe a problem we all have, eh?) .

    jestrada: thank you and you're welcome! New to ZBrush eh? Join the fun - you'll never look back!!!

    hyzak: thank you!!! I learn a ton from ZBC, this is my way to give something back to the community .

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    wow...great character and tips man...congrats

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    Nice beta work you done here Geert!

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    Aaaah and oooh! I missed some new sheets!
    Once again, many compliments on your modeling and layout work. Most impressive!!
    Keep up the awesome work sir!
    PS 1: Yay! Your new backtracker is very nice! But I`ll keep an eye on it just to make sure there`s always enough space left for new upcoming sheets, hehe.
    PS 2: I can`t wait to hear more about the background story.


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