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  1. Thread: Bond

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    At first glance I thought it was former PM of...

    At first glance I thought it was former PM of Australia, Tony Abbott.

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  2. Thread: Dream of love

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    Fantastic craftsmanship and astonishing attention...

    Fantastic craftsmanship and astonishing attention to detail. Excellent breakdown too. I'd like to see the soul on the shoe to show a bit more wear, in keeping with the rest of the shoe.
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    Skilful work no doubt but a little too muscly and...

    Skilful work no doubt but a little too muscly and unfeminine for my taste, quite unappealing as a character. I'm only referring to the post #4 character others are excellent.
  4. Thread: Snappers Team

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    Wow that is astounding, clever logo too!. I'm...

    Wow that is astounding, clever logo too!. I'm impressed by the peach fuzz you put on the skin.
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    Number 11

    Well, I don't post often but I feel compelled to say that while I have seen many very very good texture on realistic human faces, this combination of texture and subsurface rendering is absolute...
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    ZB with core i5 mac mini advice

    Would there be a big performance hit with ZB running on a current core i5 mac mini rather than a 2012 core i7. I'm a bit concerned about just having 2 cores. Also the 2012 would have discrete...
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    @Gridlost...

    @Gridlost

    It runs very nicely on an rMBP but even at 1440 x 900 the lettering is a bit choppy. At 2880 x 1800 it doesn't really matter. It does give you a lot of real estate for but at the trade...
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    Zbrush 4R7 and retina query

    Will 4R7 have assets optimised for a retina screen?
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    I used to regularly go to the National Gallery...

    I used to regularly go to the National Gallery about 40 years ago just to stare at this painting. This ZBrush work is well executed (no pun intended) but you have chosen a very very difficult subject...
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    @mr.BananaS...

    @mr.BananaS I am not going to say anything more than your post is ignorant especially as I am in the middle of a series of lectures on Michaelangelo by prof. William E. Wallace which has enabled me...
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    Very inspiring and exciting.

    This is without any doubt the most thrilling work I have ever seen displayed here. Period.

    Breathtaking.
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    I saw the icon on the front page and thought to...

    I saw the icon on the front page and thought to myself, 'that's gotta be ralf stumpf'. And it was, I love your work. Always witty with classic lines.<textarea id="adlesse_unifier_magic_element_id"...
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    Apologies in advance is this comes across as a...

    Apologies in advance is this comes across as a rant, it's not meant to be.

    Good stuff, if I may make a suggestion, being an artist as you obviously are, there is no need to buy into the current...
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    Cornell Uni 3d fabric stitching

    This seemed like an interesting article for zbrush users

    http://phys.org/news/2012-08-computer-simulated-yarn-video.html
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    It's how I imagine what Gaudi would produce in ZB

    It's how I imagine what Gaudi would produce in ZB
  16. Zbrush icon is hard to see in the dock so I made it more visible

    The Zbrush icon is nice but I always find it difficult to locate in the dock, it sort of just disappears so I've made a couple of replacement icons, one just has a bit of an orange blur behind it,...
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    You'd probably be better off selling the iMac now...

    You'd probably be better off selling the iMac now before the ivy bridge macs come out and getting one of those in a few months. You'd get the usual good price for an iMac. It would not be worth...
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    I can assure you I'll never warm to this....

    I can assure you I'll never warm to this. Obviously the content is no different but I can see no benefit at all. Most sites that radically change their look, also make improvements to usuability with...
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    Why has the forum gone fugly?

    The Zbrush forum has gone from being one of the most pleasantly designed forums with superb usability, to a monstrosity that is unnecessarily ugly.

    Seems to have broken the most basic rules of...
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    Yes it is tricky getting the right expession....

    Yes it is tricky getting the right expession. Which is a sort of segueway to where I post a link to Shatner doing rocket man which although old still captures something of the person.
  21. Thread: Dinner time

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    Excellent post, forty-one, thanks for that...

    Excellent post, forty-one, thanks for that insight.

    ja_popov, really fantastic work.
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    I'm sure there's an old thread on this, but isn't...

    I'm sure there's an old thread on this, but isn't it something like, draw the head on a layer and mark it, then place the eyeballs as best you can on another layer. Then go back to the head layer,...
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    Goddammit Mytholon, I used up all my available...

    Goddammit Mytholon, I used up all my available effusiveness on your last Tarot Tut thread. I'll need to invent some new words to elucidate how marvellous and inpiring your work is.
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    I came across this must read thread on edge loops...

    I came across this must read thread on edge loops and poles while doing some further research.
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    The bit I have to keep wrapping my brain around...

    The bit I have to keep wrapping my brain around is where the edge loop is made for the nose and the nose is sort of turned upside down so the bit at the tip become the bottom part of the nose. Very...
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