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    love the style.......keep up the good job
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    Todays little doodle

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    Nice style, nice render, nice doodle!

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    Thanks manzarek123, i also like your style of work a lot.

    Todays Doodle.

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    would be nice to see a timelapse of how u go about doing a typical sculpt. great work all around.

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    I love these, true sculpture. Beautiful
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    Great work and nice renders

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    wonderful sketches... love your style... 5* from me

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    GX@W

    Thanks, these will give you more insight than any timelapse by me ever could.
    I spend most of my time studying real sculptors work-flows as that is what interests me most, I then try to adapt things to zbrush.
    http://philippefaraut.com/video.html

    Here's a few screen grabs of the base mesh i use, and the initial stages of a sculpt.
    I only use the move and clay tubes brush to get this far, i try to avoid using undo instead i'd use the clay tubes brush and alt to carve away any mistakes.
    I very rarely use the smooth brush, if at all until the very end of the sculpt.
    I also don't go up and down subdivision levels, i just jump in at high level.
    Hope that gives you a little insight as to what i do.
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    Here's the result of the above with a little tweeking, going over it with the smooth valance brush and a bit of Dam Standard. Rendered in Octane

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    absolutely love this stuff
    such a great ammount of life and character...

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    very Cool Handlebar - like how loose they are

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    Thanks for the video link fella...it would appear Philppe Faraut is a true master at work..great stuff!


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    nice sculpts; Rough and expressive. I like that. Thanks for the video links.

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