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  1. Thread: Heart - WIP

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    Love

    I love this kind of medical stuff. :tu:
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    Thanks

    I've really enjoyed your skin work and I had been hoping you would do a tutorial.
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    What they told me, and it really helps, is to...

    What they told me, and it really helps, is to work from a reference. I suggest going to fineart.sk and look at their samples and free materials. There are some good references there that show proper...
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    Very nice work. :tu:

    Very nice work. :tu:
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    Awesome work :tu:

    Awesome work :tu:
  6. Thread: cupid

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    Congradulations on a well-deserved top row spot....

    Congradulations on a well-deserved top row spot. :tu:
  7. Thread: Fauna

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    Thumbs up

    I know what you mean too. My day job takes up more time than a job should really have to, so I don't have a lot of time now for my fun projects.

    This work is cool as hell. It beats 3/4ths of what...
  8. Lightning Struck Twice

    Well whether you would say its possible at some point for computers to become creative and autonomous at some point in either the near or distant future kind of depends on metaphysical ideas and...
  9. Sorry to sound like a hard-case, I'm not against...

    Sorry to sound like a hard-case, I'm not against you or accusing you of anything, just pointing out the dead end that lies beyond that fork in the discussion.

    I think grinding Jar-Jar into paste...
  10. A meaningless question

    Well, I use the word art in a way that seems to mimic the way I see people using it reasonably well, as to whether art is something special that can only be done by geniuses or people with some kind...
  11. Thread: Handwalker

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    A little bit of "Hellraiser" and a little bit of...

    A little bit of "Hellraiser" and a little bit of No-Face from "Spirited Away"?
  12. Thread: freewheelin

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    That's really amazing work, though I gotta say,...

    That's really amazing work, though I gotta say, the first couple of pictures don't fit on my widescreen monitor with firefox in fullscreen mode. I realize that I may not have the fanciest setup here,...
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    Fantastic work, and the depth of field really...

    Fantastic work, and the depth of field really works, it compliments the extremely sharp details well giving a look of extra realism.
  14. Its partly just that Z3 is that good. It helps...

    Its partly just that Z3 is that good. It helps people who use it do more and do it more quickly. And also because it allows the kind of creative freedom that sculpting clay or drawing with a pencil...
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    A really impressive first effort

    As a first effort that it just amazing. Have no worries though, ZBrushing is the kind of activity that rewards practice. Your ideas for materials and detail are also very fresh. What kind of...
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    Thank you so much for posting this work. I am...

    Thank you so much for posting this work. I am grateful to you for your help in finding an affordable and reasonably simple 3d Scanning solution as well.

    This is a wonderful piece of a puzzle that...
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    That's totally awesome!

    You've done a realistic old man there. With deep but extremely believable wrinkles. I love the way you've colored the model as well. I bet it will be fantastic to be able to do all the things that...
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    The most reliable zbrush to max workflow I've...

    The most reliable zbrush to max workflow I've found so far is to use VRay and the VRay displacement modifier. Other than that you should probably make it a point to unwrap your uvs on your base mesh...
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    It is good for roots and trees too.

    Well, I've been working on this for a couple of days and I finally got one that I'd be proud to post. It could use some work, but I'm eager to share it here.
    The rendering is done in 3DSMax with...
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    I love it.

    I love it.
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    Its awesome! Though it seems a bit odd that the...

    Its awesome! Though it seems a bit odd that the shadow of the octopus is both very centered and very well-defined. Aside from that small reservation though, I completely love it.
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    Something I'm noticing after taking a second look...

    Something I'm noticing after taking a second look is that he's very round shouldered. There is a very definite gentle arch from one shoulder seam to the other, with the neck falling at the top of the...
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    Well I am in awe of your skills.

    Well I am in awe of your skills.
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    For those who don't know...

    For those who haven't yet found the answer it is simple, Just mask the area with the details you want to keep. I learned this long ago by just playing all the educational ZScripts and watching all...
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    Wow, the model is a really very good ZBrush...

    Wow, the model is a really very good ZBrush monster and not to down play your achievement there but, the background texturing is really something too.

    There are a lot of half plaster covered brick...
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