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    @VISEone, thanks man! Here s a quick edit with some color.

    Here s a quick edit with some color.
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    Really nice colours.
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    I love your timelapses , i always watch them at work during lunchbreak

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    Looks good!
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    pOiNtPuShEr thanks for the advise man .
    I think i need to start a sketch thread
    and go for it .
    awesome troll by the way

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    Thanks everyone, calling this one done for now. This is my first try at ZB hair. I like it! I need to get more familiar with it, but it seems intuitive and fun.






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    Cool! Love it!
    Happy ZBrushing! Greetings, Dominiek.



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    Sir,

    I wrote this on your blog a while back, and being the busy guy you are, it never got answered.
    Oh, and great work! Truly inspiring.

    @pointpusher...
    Would you be able to discuss which software you prefer, and why, when it comes to 2d work. I have seen you work with things like Sketchbook (Pro?), Photoshop, Artrage, and a few others that I couldn't identify. I have taken a shine to Sketchbook, but it seems a little clunky on my system at times. Maybe get your thoughts on Manga Studio or Paint Tool SAI?

    Have a blessed day,
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    Nice models also i got a question how do you render a movie in zbrush with all its frames rendered with BPR,? plz help

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleszar1 View Post
    Nice models also i got a question how do you render a movie in zbrush with all its frames rendered with BPR,? plz help
    From my limited experience you just render in bpr one time and then (while the image is still in bpr) hit turntable. A word of warning though. It will take forever because it does a bpr on each frame. So if your initial bpr took 3 minutes, then it will take 3 minutes to render each incremental turn of your model.
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    Quote Originally Posted by voodoodad View Post
    From my limited experience you just render in bpr one time and then (while the image is still in bpr) hit turntable. A word of warning though. It will take forever because it does a bpr on each frame. So if your initial bpr took 3 minutes, then it will take 3 minutes to render each incremental turn of your model.
    Hit turntable where? XD

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    Thanks for the kind words guys.
    @eleszar1, look under the movie tab at the top.

    @kmkenpo, I like photoshop just fine. I like the brush smoothing in art rage for line work, but the latest Wacom drivers released on Jan 25th. 2012 make that kind of line work possible right in photoshop! :-) Sketchbook pro is just fun to sketch in :-)

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    Thanks for the custom UI video. That's as uncluttered as you can get! Snooki, and Pauly D. for custom UI names?
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    The biggest! Ha ha!

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    Your work is so great and thanks for sharing all the demos and videos!
    Love the Goatee done with Fibremesh.
    The skin material looks great too, what skin material did you use?

    Thanks!!
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