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Bodice of the Siren

This is my first post here!
I created this project to really push my new PC hard, and I am in love with how well Zbrush preformed. I used more of the toolset than ever before to complete this armor.
Somewhere along the way, this turned into a tribute to the works of John William Waterhouse. I think his work is enchanting and I am glad to share it with people.
I couldn’t decide which color scheme I liked more, so I did both gold and gold edged silver.
I hope you like it.










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Really cool and amazing work. :slight_smile: :smiley:

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Exquisite armor piece! I love that you can see the painted brush texture on the painted sections. :+1:

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The back is exquisite. “Elegant steampunk” would be the only way I could describe it.

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Beautiful work!! :sunglasses: :+1: :star2: :star2: :star2: :star2: :star2:!!

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That’s really cool. Excellent work! :+1:

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Beautiful design

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Wow, amazing first post on ZBC :clap: :clap: :clap:
Welcome to the ZBC community too! Looking forward to seeing more of your work!

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Very good!! :grinning: :clap:

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The bodice is nice but I do not quite get the logic of using another (dead) artist’s work in the construct. OK It is a homage. I do not really like this homage business especially when you just effectively copy and paste it into your work. I mean you could have painted something yourself and pasted that?

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a stunning piece of art !
:star::star::star::star::star::star:

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wonderful :heart:

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Do you feel the same way about zbrush artists recreating classic oil paintings in 3D?

I’m not sure how to edit the original post, but after some feedback from friends, I re-worked the gold material and I think it looks less flat / boring now. I won’t spam you with all the renders but here’s an update.