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    Hi Zbrushers,

    Ive just come off a three month job and I hate being inactive. When I have a gap in my schedule I like to make practice pieces.

    As I often get private messages asking how I create my scale patterns on all things reptilian..I have decided to become more active on my own thread by showing work in progress of my latest project.

    I hope you find this information useful

    Thanks..Peter

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    Nice bit of process there Pete!
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    Peter you're a great artist and a great man, your advice have taught me a lot and I amvery grateful
    Thank you for another lesson
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    Very cool breakdown! Thanks Peter

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    What are some way to save the Alpha Mask, for reuse on the same model?
    ..btw, the Medusa looks great!
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    Nice to be doing something other than dinosaurs

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    As usual excellent work Peter
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    Hi master,been a while since your last post.glad to see your works again.really like this one.looks great.thanks for sharing.

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    Great to be doing something other than Dinosaurs....

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    Bravo!!
    Excellent!
    Thanks for the tips btw. Very useful.

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    Peter The skin is perfect !!
    Thanks for sharing :-)
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    Very nice work in this thread. I look forward to seeing more!
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    Nice work Pete
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    Wow, great work! The amount of details for the tortoise is unbelievable! How'd you create that glossiness look and slimy look on the shell, though? And what about the eyes? thanks. This thread is so intriguing !!

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    Terrific tortoise! Very clean, though: must have just gone for a dip and washed off all its dust!

    When I'm painting masks, I like to paint it into polypaint, instead of relying on the masks. This way seems more reliable, stable to me; and painting black on white gives me a better look at the errors in my mask. Hope this helps.

    Cheers,

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