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    Default Intervain - sketchbook

    Hi everyone. I haven't posted here for way too long. Time to start a sketchbook I think Here's a few models I worked on lately in my spare time:


    Death of the endless - a bit of fanart, based on Neil Gaiman's character [rendered in vray]





    Sherlock - another bit of fan art, just some fun





    Finall, current WIP - that's what this thread is for, Summer dress - I started her this week... early days, lots to be done




    cheers.
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    Missing a few images? LOoks great what you have. LOve how your using textures to get extra detail looks fantastic in Vray. I guess that is better than mental ray now? I've been out of the loop. I'm Fascinated by the difference in folding for materials too.

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    Thanks a lot. Vray's more streamlined, straight forward imo. Do you mean pics are not showing up?

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    Goth girl rendered and zbrush realtime shaded are posted. Nothing else.

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    cheers - hope it works now...

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    Beautiful work again Magdalena. You never dissapoint.

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    Good to see you posting again. Will definitely keep my eye on this thread

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    that zbrushworkshops tutorial is an incomplete incoherent mess and id like my money back..this OPINION deosn't take away from the fact that you make quality models

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    zber2 - thank you

    mr.BananaS - thanks, I hope to update regularly...

    jeh in - I'm sorry you feel that way.
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    That's really strange. I've seen a lot of tutorials - Digital Tutors, Gnomon, FxPhd, CmiVfx, ZBrushWorkshops, etc - and I thought that yours was well done. You spoke clearly and didn't stumble around much considering there wasn't a great deal of obvious editing going on. With that said, I didn't think that it showed much that I didn't know - but for someone new to the material I can't imagine them being that disappointed.

    Really nice models, Intervain - I especially like Death. She's always been a special lady to me, ever since she first showed up in the books, and I think you captured her charm. Always nice to see your work. Cheers!

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    Great works Magdalena! Congratz!

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    cdizzle - thank you! Yes it was geared more towards someone who's fairly new to the workflow. It was the first time I've made a tutorial and I can totally understand there are different opinions around God knows I have mine on some tuts I've watched [and I also watched pretty much all that's out there LOL]. It's ok we learn all our life and die stupid I definitely learned a lot doing it.
    Glad you like the models.

    eof3d - thanks man
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    Thumbs up good job

    good job

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    really nice stuff Magdalena, always like seeing your work you've been a source of inspiration for me for years

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    wow very cool sculpts!

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