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    Figured it was time to start a new thread. Thanks to everyone that has helped ease my painful transition from traditional sculptor to digital modeller. Hope to update this frequently. In the meantime I'll just throw in some of the pieces I've done over the last couple years that I am semi content with. Thanks for looking!!






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    Nice work man - LOVE the Omega Red sculpt.

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    Daryl Dixon for McFarlane toys. 10" figure. I did most of the sculpting. Additional wok was done by Steve Lord. Rafael Grassetti did the portrait. I believe Alterton did the crossbow and quiver. Very cool project to be involved in. Cool photo of the final product by Dave Gittleman.



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    Killer, love all of it. Sculpt and final shot of DD turned out great.
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    Really great! what do you do for the perspective setting in zbrush when doing something like this that needs to be printed?

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