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    Oh tnx Tartan! Actually I'am trying to add some interesting details for my sculpts, but finally it looks absolutely stupid, and inappropriate . Sometimes some wrinkles and details, which don't have any connection to real anatomy look very cool. But it is really hard to "catch" it, you can't obtain it just with random lines.

    And new sculpt ofcourse.


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    I really tired from monsters, so decided to make this. Some random girl, without references : ).



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    May I...?

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    May I? LOL It is so hard to get any comment on this forum. Ofcourse! You are welcome! Tnx for crit!.

    Yes you are absolutely right. Why I didn't see this while sculpting?...

    So version 2.
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    May I? LOL
    Great thread! Good sculpting!
    Well, your fantasy creatures look more human than the last one. More monstrous thus closer to the human nature.
    Joking a bit (not really), but why don't you get involved with some anatomy studies? Not trying to be precise but more as an inspiration, a study on how shapes flow to each other. You already have done that? It's happening on your creatures already.
    BTW waiting for your participation on the funny friendly challenge. Santa- an alien? We're trying to keep the forum alive after all.
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    Well michalis your post contains a lot of sarcasm, I think it's because you thought that my last post - this is sarcasm, but in fact it is not so. I just was really glad that someone has written a critique in my thread. So, are the things really so bad? At least it seemed to me that my last woman's face is better than on the first page. It is really hard to evaluate your own works. Anyway, thanks for the honest criticism.

    As for me, I do not write often in other threads, because I don't think I can give anyone any advice, because of my low skill level.

    And well, i will try to make allien Santa.
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    After so many years i decided to do something in Sculptris : )

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    Its good to see you back Zoz. A good sculpt to come back to Sculptris with. I need to start doodling more again also. Keep at it
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    Tnx Tartan! Found one more old doodle. I think i ll switch to Zbrush soon. But i will not forget Sculptris. Btw i have some troubles with uploading images. Can't upload my WIP in Zbrush (
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    heh Zozeg. Don't worry about English. You communicate very well. He reminds me of Gigers work. Very intricate work.
    They say time is the fire in which we burn. Quick! Someone get a fire extinguisher!

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    Want to finish this work in Zbrush.

    He reminds me of Gigers work.
    wow tnx!
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    I think Sculptris to Zbrush is a natural Zozeg. I have always felt my sculpting was more natural in Sculptris but Zbrush can take the sculpt beyond
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    Hi!

    Unfortunately I corrupted my last scultp files, after that was a long long period without sculpting. Several days ago started new one, maybe will try to complete in ZBrush.

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