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    Awesome sculpts here congrats on the top row! well deserved

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    Thank you very much

    And just to answer mihail.lupu's question, yes I did render some pictures with Vray when I was trying Vray RT for maya. Mainly the first pictures I posted one month ago, the fat lady is rendered with zbrush.

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    Again very impressive work, it went top row since my earlier post - congrats...two things...
    How do you get the fine lines in the hair (very impressive)
    great job on the way the weight of the female interacts with the podium

    Outstanding work, congrats on TR

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    this is outstanding work....speechless
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    Allow me to add my expression of admiration to this thread; the 'fat lady' is especially good.

    Wouldn't have called her fat in particular though. You live in London, so you must have seen what fat Brits really look like: this model has a way to go before she becomes like them!

    I'd like to see the low poly mesh too, if you wouldn't mind. It is always interesting to see how far the sculpt has come from the base building blocks.

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    - d100763 : Thank you very much ^^. Nothing fancy for the hair, clay tube with a square alpha, standard with default alpha, and standard with a tight alpha (like dam standard's one) and a lot of patience !

    - danko75 : Thanks man, I really like your art works.

    - Rory_L : Thank you ^^ Here is a screenshot of the basemesh. That's where the lady is coming from.
    Like the hair, nothing fancy, it's lo-res enough to be flexible and easy to pose. You should be able to find it on Scott's website, or maybe in one of his tutorial for 3Dworld or another magazine, I don't remember ...

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    Beautiful Sculpts. Nice attention to detail and anatomy.
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    Thanks a lot guys for the kind words, really ^^

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    Studies with real human figures always inspire me, your last image http://www.zbrushcentral.com/attachm...hmentid=307372 is just great.
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    These works are Amazing!!!!!
    Very useful for me!!Good for reference

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    Beautiful and fantastic.
    congratulations on your awesome work
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    nice work! the anatomy, form and detail are all very well considered and executed.
    hope to see more work from you in the future.

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    I love how natural all of your forms look. That's tough stuff to achieve, nice work!

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