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    Hi Will,

    Many thanks for the reply. It was most interesting, we share a very common mind set here. It's great to see someone as talented as you so open about your methods. I agree whole heartedly. It's very evident though that 99.999% of your work is pure skill and craft. Very rare and very powerful.

    I've never understood the whole 3D scanning is cheating nonsense, like you say it's a tool. A super powerful tool but you cannot replace having an artists touch.

    I'm honestly in awe of your work. Please don't stop producing more. GG were very lucky to have had you.

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    Amazing stuff here!

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    beautiful stuff indeed

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    Nice work, i like the detailing all of the models.. and the cloth are threesome, thanks for sharing.

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    These are masterful works. I don't mean to single out the hair, because the total -- and all of the elements are wonderful. But I just want to wrap my understanding around how you make the hair a bit more. Are you saying you drag out each and every hair? Or is you initial set-up of IMM brushes composed from a set of several strands in a bunch? Your end results are dazzling.
    The more I research and observe, it seems like the great sculptors in 3D spend a lot of time making the details no matter how much work that entails -- more than I could at first have ever imagined. But the hard work pays off here. Your pieces are inspirational.

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    I am in awe!!
    Best regards

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    Excellent work Will!
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    Thanks everyone!

    ArtBot, I have several types of hair insert brushes, some of them are clumps of many hairs, some are single strands. The key for 3d printing for production is to have very few undercuts and holes that will cause problems with molding.

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    Maggie from AMC's The Walking Dead. (The portrait and all other details are from scratch).

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    Walker Merle from AMC's The Walking Dead. (Portrait and all other details are from scratch).

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    Michonne from AMC's The Walking Dead. (Portrait and all other details are from scratch).

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    Themistocles from 300: Rise of an Empire. (Portrait and all other details are from scratch).

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    Wow!!!

    I don't think there are words that describe your talent.

    How do you even begin to develop such fantastic skills?

    Your work is incredible.

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    outstanding !

    how many time you need for a complete character, with portrait and cloth and all the details?
    thanks jerry

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