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    Still working this file trying to add the damsel in

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    cool!
    Sébastien Legrain A.K.A Sebcesoir

    http://sebleg.free.fr


    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    Looking good.Though I think the guy's pose is feeling really stiff. I'd offer more advice but I just can't tell if his above water or underwater?

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    Sebcesoir: Thanks man!

    Mrguy: Ok to color your input- I imagine that this guy is just floating on the hard edge of an explosion as he fires the winning shot and before gravity takes hold or she grabs his arm, all which happen with an Flynn like grace and showmanship. It's not doing it yet but seeing that you see it looks "off" confirms there is some pushing to do, so If based on the preceding statement give input then thanks Mrguy i'll take it

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    Default new features / ye dusting off

    Rick_Portrait_BPR_LightCap_ZBR from stevenTaylor on Vimeo.



    Great new features, I ma so impressed by dynamesh workflow, and light caps are fantastic. I am renewed in my desire to sit in front of this program all day and make stuff..

    Thanks Pixelogic

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    Default mental ray lighting


    I took the thing model, zspheres-highpoly over into mental ray- this was my audition piece for CDIA, so I made a little lighting module on using spots area and faking all the good fg efects
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    First piece of the new year. This was done using dynamesh features, all zbrush. sculpted without symmetry as a CRIMSON DAGGER CHALLENGE to myself.

    Allegory for Social Media: The figure strides out of the sea and onto the land, while the constellations at the base guide him, the snake bites repeatedly leaving 6 marks, all the attention is on the small bird who receives the words of the figure.

    we are blind to the real dangers facing us thanks to these beautiful distractions.

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    Very interesting and diverse thread ... I love it! Who is the man with the white hair ... that model looks DaVinciesque to me! Cheers David
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    Thanks David-
    that man is one of my sculpture teachers Rick Brown- he does a lot of historic rebuilds like that Crane- using authentic techniques and materials- he's been a big inspiration
    check out the stuff they do

    http://handshouse.org/

    happy new year- thanks for the comment

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    David I am not sure why you are adding images to my sketchbook thread- please take it down and direct me to your posts- I mean it's not even zbrush

    Be inspired and make that with ZBRUSH The crane you responded to was all done with shadow box and subtooltranspose


    here are 2 more images zbrush modelling and textures mr renders- finally figuring out how to hook the mia materials up right
    best
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    Content for Mature Audiences only. Click to view

    Mature Audiences changes

    made some changes to the anatomy on this model


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    [QUOTE=steventaylor;918244]David I am not sure why you are adding images to my sketchbook thread- please take it down and direct me to your posts- I mean it's not even zbrush

    Be inspired and make that with ZBRUSH The crane you responded to was all done with shadow box and subtooltranspose


    Steven, If my post is so offensive to you, have a moderator remove it, I have tried with no luck. Be inspired yourself and you will see that I have twenty pages of work posted.
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    Ha David- I am and have- I personally love abstract work- especially stuff that looks like a sculpture and not game art- oh and I saw your photos too- nice work there as well, I especially like the best kept secret pieces - I direct people to the sketchbook to see my work

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    Very good work

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