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    Biomechanic Sull WIP

    Experimenting with Gutalin and LVXIFER modelling technics. I still got a long way to go. Thanks for watching.


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    you are on the right, cool lights and mood too

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    Yeah, really cool. I might get into this also, like everyone else.

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    Biomechanic Skull WIP V002
    Sunday modelling session


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    Stone3D, muy buena su pieza y composición felicidades

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    gracias

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    These are awesome!
    I have no idea how I missed them, but they are fantastic!!!!




    Cheers!
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    nope...
    I don't know what I'm doing but I'm doing it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MealeaYing View Post
    These are awesome!
    I have no idea how I missed them, but they are fantastic!!!!




    Cheers!
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    I missed your post too. Thank you.

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    First time I used Zbrush for a full sleeve mechanical arm tattoo. Panel loops some standard insert brushes and some brushes from badking where used. Thanks to the new Zbrush features this could be done in a relative short time even from hobby users like me.


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    That's both an excellent sculpt and an excellent tattoo beginning... good shader needle work. It's going to be awesome! Make sure the tat artist leaves ample highlights! They can get carried away with the shader needle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by EricShawn View Post
    That's both an excellent sculpt and an excellent tattoo beginning... good shader needle work. It's going to be awesome! Make sure the tat artist leaves ample highlights! They can get carried away with the shader needle.

    Thanks Eric, I did the sculpt and the tattoo, I will follow your advice regarding the highlights.

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    Great desingn man!
    My Sketchbook - please visit and leave me some C&C to help me immprove myself

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    Excellent work.

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    Wow, now that's cool!

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    great work

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