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    very nice result! how printer are used for this print?
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    hell yeah, your 3D print is awesome, it keep the details and complex of your model.

    can you say me your process to make it printable. its all 1 mesh or varius subtools?
    and can you post the link of the website you sent your model?

    thanks and sorry for my bad english

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    The print came out really nice!!
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    can you say me your process to make it printable. its all 1 mesh or varius subtools?
    and can you post the link of the website you sent your model?
    how printer are used for this print?
    the print have been done trough ownage ..
    those photos are just work in progress and not representative of teh final model
    actually the modelling process was way more smooth then i did expect ...
    just did have to make sure that i did not have holes in my meshes , keep teh finger tight on teh figures ( to avoid too thin surface )
    and that pretty much it ...

    everything is done using subtools ,

    http://www.ownage.com/
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    very quick posing to capture the essence of the figure
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    Very cool - question on the shader - wondering how you got the comic book look to it . Is it an ink shader ??

    Cheers .

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    yup an d a lot of photoshop
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    progressing on the posing ...
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    more photos of the 3d prints ,
    very exited bout it :-)



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    WOW xtrm3d, you did great 3d work, and the folks your working with did an AMAZING job with the actual 3D prints. Man, the detail they were able to hold onto... just great. I know you have to be extremly excited. Kudos my friend (I am happy for you). Best, Dragon.

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    thank you very much ,
    yes, i am very pleased with the result

    done with it .. just need some minor clean up .. and they are ready to print
    yup i know .. the first one lost his jacket button ... ( they are hidden )





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    form sketching in zbrush with dynamesh .
    then retopo in maya with nex
    leather !! , one never have enough leather
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    form sketching in zbrush with dynamesh .
    then retopo in maya with nex
    leather !! , one never have enough leather
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    wow, that has too be one of the coolest 3d steampunk like model i have ever seen! Looks really really promising. Cant wait to see the end result
    I also really love the way you present your models. It's really cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabiomsilva View Post
    wow, that has too be one of the coolest 3d steampunk like model i have ever seen! Looks really really promising. Cant wait to see the end result
    I also really love the way you present your models. It's really cool
    I second all this-

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