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    really enjoy that stylized darker version of Polywhirl! I thought it was him but I wasn't quite sure till I checked the deviant art link. Great sculpt!
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    I love Hon's use of colour. The characters are cool (I see why you sculpted what you did). Again, great job.

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    teddy007kong-sorry, but i have no idea what are you talking about ;D Anyway you should never focus on a silhouette of a character, its never important unless its a multiplayer game, where your characters need to be recognizable from far away.
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthread.php?t=150929 look at this, the silhouette is a total mess making no sens, and yet the model is still mindblowing top row material.
    And actually i feel good forms is what im good at, i suck at the detailing part ;]

    Berreck- yeah ii loved it too, that's why i used that concept, i will try pushing the model with a pose and details similar to the drawing

    Karthik.AL- thx

    Dragon- they do have some nice designs, especially the new ones, i think i will try doing another hero tomorrow ;]

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    a small update and a quickj pose, so a lot of errors comed up ;D
    I have no idea where his tail went O_o
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    wow, why nobvody told me there is somthing such as BPR ? ;f
    Now i can actually render models with shadows, neat.
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    very nice! i dig the Polywrath!
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    wow really like It great job

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    This is really Neville Page quality work, fantastic!

    Very original.

    5 stars.

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    thx guys. I will play around with Polywrath, and try to do a proper render for him, and add more details, smooths some forms, since he is pretty low poly as of now, under 2mln ;f

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    This is really Neville Page quality work, fantastic!

    Very original.

    5 stars.
    I was gonna ask who is Neville Page, but then i googled and realized i know his works, but i dont think im anywhere near him ;D Still thanks

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    Cool designs slocik

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    Was supposed to be a really fast speed sculpt, but turns out i cant do anything under 1h ;D About 100min form start to finish ;]
    Moved around polies on a square mesh with move brush for few sec at random and started sculpting too see what i will get.
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    Nice sculpts. But if your definition of speed sculpting is 1 hour or less, than I am definitely in the slow category. Trying to keep mine to less than 3 hours. Cheers

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    yeah, but i see all those amazing speed sculpts post on ZC, that i really want to try and do something good that fast ;]

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    I think 1 hour or less are good time for sculpt make details take more time so It depends what we done anyway looks great

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    Yea, great stuff for only an hour! I really like these models you are posting. Simple, but full of unique character. Keep it up!

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