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    Cryrid: you're welcome , I'm glad you're finding these helpful & thanks for notyfying me -> step 11 should read 180 units -> I corrected the sheets

    RageNrock: thanks for dropping me a line , you're welcome



    A Great Collaboration:


    For this project, I had the honour to work closely with a very talented artist/ZBrush artist, fellow betatester and good friend Julian Kenning (ZBC name Julian_K). Not only is he a great visual artist but he is also a great composer. He was kind enough to create a piece of music especially for me to go along with the videos. I love to bring something extra to the presentation of my videos and it was great to "hear" this piece come to life while I worked on the vids. I need to thank Julian for that, and for the good advice and constructive criticism on my works.

    So, here's some ZBrush 4 hardsurface modeling: The weapons below where modeled entirely within ZBrush 4.
    The videos below show the entire modeling process of the receiver. Follow THIS LINK to my Etcher_Sketcher thread to find new Step by Step sheets, reference sheets, alphas and a .ztl for download.







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    Impressive like always

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    Awesome tutorials man!, very precise! Great polish on the guns too!
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    Cool Some fun...

    ...translations in perspective!

    Next time have you in project a less warlike object to modelize?
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    gpepper: thank you !!!!

    CGprime: thanks & thanks for stopping by !

    Marco Splash: thanks Marco - yeah I'm quite pleased with the final results

    Frenchy Pilou: "Next time have you in project a less warlike object to modelize?" Maybe, but my characters need some weapons to fight evil...

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    Thanks Geert for putting so much energy in the tutorials, they look very interesting... and it all looks great on your creature bust too.
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    Plain awesomeness Geert! I really love how easily you do wonders with the clipping brushes!

    Thanks for the great tuts :P

    I really need to start playing with all the super goodies ZB provides instead of just hardcore sculpting with the claybrush hehe

    Always a pleasure to stop by here.

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    rudymassar: graag gedaan Rudy my pleasure Rudy thanks for having a look, glad you like the final result! I think that there isn't a single new feature that I'm not using for my new sculpts!!!

    Energize: woot! Thanks so much Jonas!!! Quote:"I really need to start playing with all the super goodies ZB provides instead of just hardcore sculpting with the claybrush" I know what you mean -> to be honest I always had the same problem; but really force yourself to take some dedicated time out to play with the new features -> it'll be very rewarding and you'll be implementing them into your workflow in no time

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    Whoa! Thanks for the great tutorial update!!! Now I need to sneak in some time between MY family and job to give it a go. Thanks again!
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    Default best tutorial on ZBC

    One of the best tutorials on ZBC....
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    poda: thanks man, you're welcome -> quote:" I need to sneak in some time between MY family and job to give it a go" trust me, I know exactly what you mean...

    nirmalendu_paul: wow! thanks so much man, thanks for dropping me a line Happy Zbrushing

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    Spectacular work, and workflow. Love the breakdown, its's a huge help in getting to know R2 better. Keep up the awesome work.

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    THIS is Awesome!! thx for Sharing

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