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    Tartan - thanks. Its what I love to do.

    waiyeh_L - glad you like it. I couldn't keep that info to myself. Its one of those things that just makes the experience of ZBrush so much better when you can get under the hood like that.

    yiannis t. - thanks!

    RenoAnimations - Too kind!

    stumpf! Thanks man. Love the latest sculpt. Great attitude.

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    Wow, you've created such an amazing learning resource here Ryan.

    If I had to choose I couldn't so I'd have to choose the all courses package + a crate of smart drugs to remember it all + a time machine to find the time and reset the year forever due to not remembering where I put the smart drugs:-) Man alive , Zbrush 4 is deep and a thing of beauty!!

    The humor and out of the box analogies in your sample videos are wonderful touches that make the learning all the more enjoyable.

    I'm presuming the material in the live classes is all covered in the year long packages minus the personal feedback ?

    I wonder do you offer discounts for 20th wedding anniversaries?
    Feel no obligation to answer that question

    Many respects ,deserved success and best wishes for the joy and enthusiasm you impart in your inspired tutorship. I wanna hug ya!!

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    Great stuff Ryan, I clicked that workshop and hoovered the whole thing the second I saw the link. You really are a gifted teacher my friend. I think the site is a great idea and will do very well indeed
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    Thanks Boozie. The live classes run parallel to the workshops for some of the curriculum but not always as each class has its own dynamic. Congrats on your 20th anniversary! That is awesome. How about we offer the discount on my 20th anniversary? Would that be ok?

    Michael, Thanks! Great to hear from you.

    On related news.
    Here are some previews of the Introduction to ZBrush 4 Workshop:


    Best,
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    @ Ryan: your 3DWorld article & videos on character modeling/sculpting, cloth and hardsurface sculpting are great! Respect .

    @ fellow ZBrushers: consider getting a copy of the latest 3DWorld issue (#135): Ryan's article is great -covering a lot of topics- but: the dvd contains a whopping 4 hours of lecture to go with the article (building a good basemesh, basic female anatomy, sculpting complex anatomy; lower arm/shoulder anatomy, cloth, hardsurface...)and two full res character models and the awesome Ecorche Brush what are you waiting for

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    Wow, that sounds like a great issue, thanks for that ryan, I'l sure buy it
    And thanks Geert for pointing it out

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    Thanks Etcher! I almost forgot about that brush as I have been busy with Shadowbox ecorche. I've attached the ecorche brush here as well.

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    Hi Ryan. Big fan of your work Cool videos.
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    Thanks a lot Ryan for the free brush workshop. Although I love many of zbrush's premade brushes, I find the brush menu to be very convoluted. It's like customization overload, and it deters me from making my own custom brushes. This has given me some serious help to that end. Also, I just wanted to say that I've always appreciated your art. Though digital sculpting is mainly used in production and games, there is a whole realm fine art that has been relatively untapped yet with this medium. You are one of the few who are able to bridge that gap. Cheers.

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    Awesome! Thanks for sharing the ecorche brush and the videos Ryan!

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    Thanks for everything you do and share!Really appreciated over here in London!Best regards cal
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    very helpful, thanks!!!

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    hhhmm, the video on first page is out, i can`t seem to be able to see it.
    im hitting refresh but noting happends.

    Manyu thanks for the tutorial Ryan, god bless ya !

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