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    That is a great portrait of a favorite writer. You've really done him justice.

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    Mr Poe is lovely
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    Hey guys, here is something I did for my website but I will post it here before to see if someone finds it useful.

    it is basically a quick step by step process of how I made the hair for my latest post: "Edgar".


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    Default WIP for Dreadlock Tutorial

    hey guys! a quick post on something that I am working on for a very specific tutorial: "Dreadlock with fibermesh" its the early stages but I thought I share it to gather some comments and critics before I go any furthers. I am planning to make a few different styles but here is the idea:



    cheers!

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    Default Just a few thoughts.

    Really nice dreadlocks I was really amazed by the quality. It will be interesting to see how you achieved it.

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    Default Great work!

    Truly inspiring stuff! Thanks for the walk through, I'm definitely going to play with it!
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    Something I did a few months ago, hope you guys like it! any comment or critique is very welcome!

    all done with dynamesh, posed with zspheres rig, render passes with BPR and quite a bit of time in photoshop.


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    Great sculpt! You are someone one can look up to Anyways, I saw that you are making a tutorial on Dreadlocks!!! I have a project (character) that requires that and after Ive seen the quality of your work I was wondering if you could point me to the tutorial or if you are going to post here?

    Lightbird

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    This is one beautiful piece. From Poe to this woman, you sure have versality.

    Thanks a lot for the tutorial by the way

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    Default clay - sketches

    Thank you guys for all the comments. I am still working on the dreadlocks tutorial I will post a render soon!

    in the mean time, I've been working in a series of sculptures just for fun and to do something different. My idea is not to spend more than 1 hour per bust.


    I have always wanted to render a material that resembles clay or plasticine so I found a thread in CGsociety from artist Jeff Patton and he kindly shares his process and a great tillable fingerprint texture that I use as bump map on my renders. I also felt inspired by another great artist and his zbrush central thread: chevon's sketchbook. His sculptures are very clean and simple yet very appealing and interesting, I specially liked the render and the way that they are presented so I based my final renders around this idea.


    What I like about these speed sculpture sessions is that I can explore different styles very quickly whether it is a creature a caricature or a more realistic head.

    Here is the first batch of sketches, hope you guys like it. critiques and comments are always very welcome:

    The Sailor


    The Waiter



    The Janitor


    The General

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    Nice work! Those are excellent for 1 hour busts - and all have a lot of character well supported by your angles and the various stylistic approaches. The sailor is my favorite - and I like the look of clay you got that you mentioned - I'll have to check that out.

    Keep up the great work.
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    Love these latest pieces. Post a time lapse. Very nicely done

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    Thumbs up great work!

    these are awesome. very inspiring.

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    I'm taking the janitor home with me and giving him the thumbs up.
    The Janitor is the one for me.

    Were I being a little more Hi-brow I would say that design wise and tonal weighting, he's the strongest - the down strokes on the eyebrows rather than upstrokes is a wonderful touch.
    All great post but the janitor gets the big thumb.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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