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    nice work!

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    Top row material!
    Very well done!
    Happy ZBrushing! Greetings, Dominiek D.R.



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    thank you very much! looking forward to see your art work !
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    Wow thank you so much for sharing this amazing work!
    Totally love it, great composition aswell! Love the gesture of the girls!
    This really is a masterpiece, really a big inspiration for me!
    Looking forward seeing more from you!
    All the best and happy sculpting,
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    This is just amazing!
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    Perfect job bro,top row for sure!beautiful work man! ***32473;***21147;***65281;

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    Classic Piece...

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    thanks guys! and there are some details about the art work and also a lighting test for the platform.
    For the ploy amount, because this model I started from sphere and it is totally unsym. when it came to 8 million ploys, I still couldn't put enough detail to it. Then I used a very tricky way to do it. I use decimation plugin to reduce poly amount to 2 million, and then subdivide it again to put the details. Finally each girl is about 8 million polys.
    simply because I don't need any UV for the highest model. For this status it is works


    Last edited by ZanFan; 02-21-12 at 05:24 AM.

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    Hello, I already answer your question in page 3, thank you
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    Amazing! I love that
    I'm curious How many polys are there?

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    thank you for your advice! I envy you so much, because I didn't have chance to see his masterpiece. Even through I don't have enough high res reference images. So I used other marble statue as colour and shading example. If I have big size images , I can do much better I guess.
    Thank you again!
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    It looks great. I work in the San Francisco gallery that represents Richard MacDonald. Your work definitely comes very close to looking like the real thing.
    I just looked through my stash of photos, and it looks like you've combined Dance the Dream with Red Dress into your own composition. That's a cool way to make it your own while still being a truthful study.

    As far as constructive criticism, your render's patina is much greener than MacDonald usually uses these days. In the older Mime works he had a lot of green patinas, but things these days usually stay well in the reddish brown territory, especially on these Joie de Vivre series. They look very clay-like. People who come into the gallery often are surprised they are bronze because of how natural looking his patinas are. Looking again, It may not even be your patinas but the green tint on the wall behind the images that's throwing it off for me. If you look at the photos that he turns out as sales material, he gets a lot of milage out of a fairly neutral gray or again, red brown tones.

    Very nice work.

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    Gorgeous supple work
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    Beautiful work.

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    So gorgeous...Thank you for sharing!!!

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    beautiful and impressive art, top row!
    Sorry if my english is no bueno
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZanFan View Post
    thank you for your advice! I envy you so much, because I didn't have chance to see his masterpiece. Even through I don't have enough high res reference images. So I used other marble statue as colour and shading example. If I have big size images , I can do much better I guess.
    Thank you again!
    Well, it's a minor quibble to be sure.
    If you're ever in San Francisco, we have about 10-20 on hand at Christopher-Clark Fine Art. Mostly Study to Half-Life size, and you're welcome to take photographs. We're a commercial gallery, but we don't mind when artists come in for lingering appreciation. I'm actually not much of a fan of the sculptures. I DO acknowledge his complete anatomical mastery though. I am partial to his Blind Faith work. That, and just about anything based on his acrobat model Victor Kee are generally excellent. I could probably send you some higher rez photos if you plan on doing another based on his work, but we don't carry everything he's done.

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    Sooo beautiful and delicate. Congrats mate!!

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