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    Very nice illustrative style on this piece. I could see this as it's used in a picture book or something.

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    Quote: "...........I've always created my sculpts to exist tonally in context with their environment rather than imposed upon an environment."

    Beautiful reply, thanks... Painting with words.
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    Default Beach Lovers

    Thank you folks.

    These two lovers found washed up on the beach. Created using photo textures from the beach over sculpted forms and sculpted planes. Worked in 2.5D using pixol layers collage method , baked lights and post processing brushes. Old skool or what?!!



    I fancy maybe resurrecting a little more 2.5D says he.
    Something a little visual synthesizer like about ZBrush in 2.5D mode I always think.

    As for these two lovers? A tragic end I'm afraid , some folks say the relationship hit the rocks when he got the crabs , but that just some folks.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    Hey, they looks like Blakey from "On the Buses"... Really showing my age there, right?
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    Hey, they looks like Blakey from "On the Buses"... Really showing my age there, right?
    Much like Blakey the hero of the piece is not emanating a likable aura or mustache.
    A Bill Sikes and Nancy or Punch and Judy in sand , shells and seaweed.


    Another 2.5D pixol collage , layers ,manipulated textured objects and zbrush processing.
    May it wobble your eyes .



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    Poetry. You work is visual poetry, Mark.

    If I may steal a touch from Uncle Bradbury...

    "Stay drunk on art so reality cannot destroy you."

    Whisper and shout your visions as you will. I'll be listening.

    And thank you.

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    Really liking these 2.5D pieces. To me, this is a much under-utilised aspect of the ZB package.
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    wonderfully imaginative :-) ... yes, i too think, 2.5d of zbrush is almost forgotten, your work is wonderful to remind us on these capablities.
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    Thank you all most sincerely.
    I shall take your heartening words as permission to persist :-)
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    very dali of you..! weird.. great stuff
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    a whoosh and twinkle is better than a sizzle and splat

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    Default Dilly And Dali

    tyrellcorp, thank you.

    Dali you say?



    Here's one from way back when - an early Boozy. Old skool 2.5D.


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    My eyes are dutifully wobbled!

    And my heart is aflutter with the re-animated online presence of Mr Boozy! Always a visual chocolate éclair: naughty, but very nice!

    Vive la 2.5D!

    R

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    Sorry I missed the original posting.
    I was selfishly looking at the posts regarding the "new kid".
    Thank you for reminding me why we do this.

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    Thank you Rory and bicc.
    I have the temerity to disport myself on occasion .
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    Mrs Boozy and the Bairns , away tae the Kirk.

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

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