Heh, thanks! 4R2 is great, can't wait to clear up some time to experiment!!!
I was on vacation visiting family and got inspired to do some Zbrushing. This dude's name is Kudzu. I have a doofy write-up/explanation
if anyone wants to read that it's here:http://urchinator.blogspot.com/2012/...bayou-elf.html
I was on a laptop that's pretty old, so I'd like to try using transpose on a desktop and pose him better and maybe give him a little base.
The turnaround is a screen cap, and the image that is rendered was done by compositing layers and playing with what looked okay.
I really want to play with material blends and such. It seems like new tools get added to Zbrush every time I finally poke around under
the hood of the last release!
I have no idea how I missed this.
I love it, you make great characters and they make me happy (even the creepy ones!).
Kudzu is splendid stuff and I have been importing it to where I live much to the annoyance of those who love cement.
I don't know what I'm doing but I'm doing it anyway.
A little tribute to the late, great Mr. Bradbury...
I remember the bliss of finally saving enough of my allowance to buy paperback compilations of his short stories at the bookstore in the mall, and watching the TV series of his tales with my parents. It was definitely an epic moment for me at the beginning of each show, when he would look around that office full of antiques and curiosities, and proclaim "I'll never run out of things to write about in here." He once said in an interview that it was a carnival showman who singled him out in the audience and shouted, "Live Forever" that inspired him to begin writing his fantastic tales. In sharing the strange and wonderful things in his imagination with us, he has become that showman who sparks purpose in his audience. Future scientists, artists, and writers will continue to be inspired by his stories, and carry that spark on to their own careers. So the carnival showman was right after all... Live forever, Mr. Bradbury.
(There may or may not be an attatched thumbnail of an Elvis sculpt. Don't know how that happned...Oops!)