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    What a fantastic illustration! Lovely feeling to it.

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    I agree!
    How sweet is that?

    The trees… they're not fiber mesh are they?

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    Sweeet! Realy beautiful artworks!

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    Great pieces here!! amazing fibermeshing and outstanding sculpts


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    Wonderful work. Great composition. A painterly change of pace from the usual critter market. Don't get me wrong, I love creatures as much as the next guy, but it is nice to see someone break from the pack and in such a masterful way. I would love to see your breakdown on the Dandelions. Fibermesh is awesome. Top row for doing your thing!

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    I love your creature/character work as well, and is fine work. "Alone in Dandelion" just really filled my sails when I saw it. It moved me on a sluggish Wednesday afternoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carver View Post
    Wonderful work. Great composition. A painterly change of pace from the usual critter market. Don't get me wrong, I love creatures as much as the next guy, but it is nice to see someone break from the pack and in such a masterful way. I would love to see your breakdown on the Dandelions. Fibermesh is awesome. Top row for doing your thing!
    Hey Carver thanks a lot for the nice review! I'm glad you liked it! I conveniently saw this post today on making a dandelion:

    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...=1#post1021745

    It is very cool and you might find it very interesting specially for a close up shot. The technique I used for my dandelions is way more basic than that, I have to say. I didn';t model anything just tweaked fibermesh and use an image. I will post a quick screenshots process of how I went about it.

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nozzle View Post
    I agree!
    How sweet is that?

    The trees***8230; they're not fiber mesh are they?
    thanks!

    the trees are painted (custom PS brushes). I tryed zspheres with fibermesh but I didn't get what I wanted and they where going to be in the background anyway so I just painted as part of the BG.

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    Hey Guys! thanks a lot for all the comments I really appreciate them. Here I am back with my new sketch of the week, this time I was reading a book from Poe and decided to make a tribute to the master.

    Also I wanted to try fibermesh in a different way... a more "stylised" version for the hair maybe? anyway it was all done with dynamesh, fibermesh, BPR (passes) and photoshop. I hope you guys like it!


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    Edgar (plain):


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    great job !

    Last one got a special style, good to see in the "Tim Burton Corpse Bride"

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    I like it. Very stylish !

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    This is really a wonderful character ! It would be fantastic if you could share some insights about the way you made the hair.

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    Awesome dude! specially the hair style!
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    Really great work, man! Love the hair, and love the sculpt.

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    great illustration!!! nice fiber mesh too

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