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    Default Abraham Lamark

    It's been a while since I had the chance to sculpt and pose a character. This is Abraham, one of the main characters from our Adaboy project. He's the Chief Alchemist of Addletown, and the world's first mad scientist. It's been hard to put all asset production on hold while we develop the story, but it has helped us focus our efforts where they belong. We're on the second draft of the script now and will be moving to animatics soon. It's been a long and amazing process, and one that we will be able to share very soon!











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    Nice! Looking forward to seeing more.
    "Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep." - Scott Adams

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    very expressive ! very nice work

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    Love the maniacal expression on his face. Awesome.

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    This is gonna end up top row over time, I can tell already. Awesome gesture, awesome facial expression, awesome sculpting!

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    Love it! The tension and twisting in the body are perfect. Can't wait to see more!

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    great work, only crit his biceps triceps and arm anatomy is way off, but its clothed so im not surprised you didnt focus on it ;g really great work

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    Always great to see your work!! Thanks for posting this up!

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    Welcome back, Master! Glad to see you posting here again. Your presence has been missed. Awesome pose and gesture, as usual.

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    Ah Abraham looks super Zack.
    Lovely stuff man

    Cheerio

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    ***8203;that...looks..so siiiiiiiick!!!!!

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    tension in the body and expression are prefect!!!

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    Thanks guys. I look forward to posting a lot more WIPs here in the near future! I'll post a few more images on this one that walk though the process and a ZB turntable as soon as I have time. I'm just starting to mess with animation in ZB too- crazy potential there.
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    Such a great news to see you posting again!
    Love those sculp as always, can't wait for more.

    Cheers Zack!

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    Hello sir, I was wondering what can you tell us if anything about that wax skin shader you are using?

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