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    Cool How can I have missed this thread?

    Hello Boozy!

    Great form as i see!

    A new tool for you that you will love with no doubt! Verve!

    Have fun subversive painting with it!
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    Looks like ***** envy....
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    Fabulous work. Love it.

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    Thank you all for such cheery comments.
    It takes me ages to reply as I first like to imagine myself living a cinematic playboy lifestyle in each of the countries and locations you are from. My life as Baron Von Boozy - a jewel thief in Art Deco Florida took a good while.

    anand7 in Vancouver, - very kind - thank you
    Tartan - thank you ,
    bobspars - thank you
    Pride - Bless you for communicating so eloquently in the Scots vernacular.
    Frenchy - Hello Sir. Sadly as a Mac user I am currently denied the pleasure of trying Taron's App. It looks fabulous.
    blueferret - Such wicked imaginings - any similarity is merely coincidental.
    WilliamH - very kind - thank you Sir.
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    Wink Ahhh!

    The best is the enemy of the good!
    Maybe with some emultors or Parallels ou VMWare or...
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    Default Catch A Falling Cat And Put It In Your Gullet……

    ……Never let it fade away

    A little tribute and celebration of ZBrush 4R7 from 4R6.
    The King is dead (not quite).... long live the King.



    I always get emotional when a new ZBrush is released.

    Yours etc
    The Flooze
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    me too, it is still amazing, each time, even after using zbrush for more than a decade...lol.... i recognized your work immediately, and my heart jump with joy. so good to see you creating withthis wonderful playful spirit...:-)
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    So poetic and beautiful!

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    Your style is really cool! Many of your works remind me of memorable book covers

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    Thank you kind folks.
    It's always nice to say howdy with something a little peculiar and vibrating.

    ZBrush stroked my thigh whilst I slipped in to a mindless trance.
    When I had come too I had created a picture.
    It couldn't have been more perfect.

    To arrive at the beginning is all that really matters.
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    The usual Boozy Floozie quality. Great.

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    Beautiful illustrative style. Always prefer the "painted" style of rendering. How much post work do you put into your images ?(sorry, I haven't been all the way through this thread yet).

    Edit: 13 hours later I did manage to get all the way through the thread (no I'm not that slow of a reader!) and can only reiterate what I said above. What I can't believe is that not one person has asked "how did you do that?" - So, I'm going to be the first. Can you share any of your work process? Understandable, if not.
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    I always get such a kick looking at your art. Love this!

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    Great seeing your work again Boozy!!

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    Aw, It's a ZBrush homecoming. The family is around the table, around the world, from way back when to way back now. It's lovely.

    As for the question:
    How much post work do you put into your images
    Because I'm never really aware of the post production phase I guess it's not very long. But so too might it be long and I have lost awareness. The heightened euphoria to see the end stage as it's also known. Generic BPR workflow, multiple material renders blended at the post production stage to fine tune tonalities. Because I do like too long a pause in flow I tend to render smaller to save time and upsize in photoshop when bringing the rendered components together.

    The painted style of render is integral within the process. Images come to me fully lit in my head. I sculpt in relation to the mood set by lighting . I sculpt as deep as I would paint a tone. I'm looking always for the tonalities and the harmony of a form's tonal relationships to other forms by way of design and primitive emotion. For me a character or anything relates less to itself but to it's greater harmony. Lighting comes first to me and in musical terms sets the key and the vibration. Vibration is important

    I've had to relearn how to create my work from 2.5D in to 3D.With 2.5D I could use material diffusions and baking lighting to create tonalities, with BPR I can still paint with material diffusions etc to act as faux lighting sources . I've always created my sculpts to exist tonally in context with their environment rather than imposed upon an environment. This way the characters do not get in the way of the story.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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