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    Default Humpty's 'Great Fall'

    Done!


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    Default Brilliant!!!!

    Really sir......Top row for me!!!!

    P.S. In case there is any doubt. I love it

    P.P.S....How DID you get the transparency on the spoon swipe? I need to know!
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    Love the expression in the girls face. From the rest of this thread I didnt expect your entry to turn out this way, it turned out greater than expected.
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    lovely!
    i like it very much!

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    I could tell you knew what you were doing because of the precision in the little items but this is fantastic and I do not like you anymore! I am jealous. Great work and idea. Thanks for the progress and breakdown.

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    Thank you everyone. You're very kind.

    Carver, there are two places to look in ZBrush to make transparency work. Obviously, Render/RenderPropertiesTransparency needs to be activated, and the BPR render transparency strength needs to be set, but on top of this you have to turn on BPR Transparent in Tool/DisplayProperties/BPR Transparent, or nothing works. This took me forever to find!!

    Cheers,

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    Top notch job Rory, love humtys expression, can't believe how much you got done since the last time I checked in here, awesome work
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    Beautifully done. I read today in the new that the Prince had his shoelaces ironed. Maybe Humpty does that too?
    This picture has a great feel to it. I'd love to see you do all the character from "Alice". You have the knack!

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    ops thought I left a message here, but I must have had it in another tab that closed.. Great work!! Completely unexpected twist, but cool

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    Ta daa!!!

    I knew that underneath there was a really original and nice concept... and now I have confirmation!

    A W E S O M E!!!

    And thanks a lot for all the tips

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    Hey Rory, I don't see your entry between the thread of the last call... You have absolutely put your image in THIS THREAD!

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    The scariest part of this competition was discovering I might have missed the deadline after all! Thank you Guti for the alert!

    Here's a pic of Alice. As you might be able to tell, I concentrated on the front and neglected the parts of her that weren't seen by the camera.

    The hair was made using Move and SnakeHook on a DynaMeshed copy of her head, using ZProject to blend the hairline back into the head. I applied Inflate to the root of each hair strand to make them look less like pulled taffy. A modified Slash Brush gave me the hair strands modelling.


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    Really nice, love it...

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    Here's a Humpty close-up and a hair tutorial.

    The raised yellow design on the egg cup and saucer was done using the CurveEditable brush, which is a wonderful new toy!




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