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    Fantastic! Many thanks
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    This should go to top row straight away. Thanks Pablander !

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    YOU ARE MY HERO!!!
    THANK YOU OH SO VERY MUCH!

    (can you tell I'm excited)

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    You are unbelievably generous with your time and information. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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    Like the others I just wanted to jump in and say thank you for your time and effort! Very cool!!

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    Thanks a lot for the tut!

    Cheers!
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    A veritable treat!! Many thanks Pablander for such a superb in depth walk through in how to achieve a sense of tactility and presence with zbrush materials.

    Great to see Mahlkus's cool tribute too.
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    Thank you soo much for your effort in making this awesome tutorial !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    THANK YOU!!!
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    Yea!! Thanks man for the tutorial. Great resource! I wqill spread the word about your publication.
    It should be on the top.

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    Default thanks guys!

    Hey guys! thanks a lot for all your comments here and in my facebook page, the response to the wet clay material tutorial has been overwhelming, which for me, is very encouraging to keep exploring and sharing.

    I’m very glad that you have found the tutorial interesting and the things that some of you guys have mailed me, rendered with the materials I shared, are amazing sculptures! keep sending stuff and I will make a dedicated post with all the clay sculptures!!!

    Once again, thanks for all the comments I really appreciate them.

    Here is another “clay” sketch with different mood, I hope you guys like it!


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    Please forgive me Pablo! And, thank you again!


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    Default The Sailor sketch has evolved

    So I decided it to actually polish a bit more one of the clay sketches, and I had to start from the beginning that***8217;s why I chose The Sailor. So here is a render of this grumpy character that I am calling final for now.



    here is a composed render with background ***8211; In my quest to find a good workflow to render everything withing zbrush I tried to keep it simple in terms of the materials I used and how many passes I rendered. the background is a fishing boat made out of very basic primitives.



    the textures are all hand-painted, the hair is all fibermesh of course and the old t-shirt was done with a combination of micro mesh and fibermesh. I hope you guys like it!

    there are a few more renders and details on my website if you are interested: The Sailor has evolved!

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    Great stuff! Love the designs and the sculpts. Very well done.
    and thanks for tut.
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