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    Default Syrus Showroom

    Hello Community,

    im an freelancing illustrator from Germany and I want to make more with ZBrush now.



    Here are some of my newest works:




    And two quick head sculpts:




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    A new animal for my exobiologic book project called "ævum verticalis". Sculpted and rendered in ZBrush, compositing in PS. Hope you like it.


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    Default The Humpback Sneaker

    New predator for my book project ÆVUM VERTICALIS. I hope you like it.


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    awesum man.. love this kind of stuff..
    http://shadowship.blogspot.com/

    a whoosh and twinkle is better than a sizzle and splat

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    cool
    il like exobiologic stuff

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    Default Bladder Glider (Vesicavolucreus giganteus)

    Thank you guys!

    Two fighting "Bladder Gliders" above the clouds:


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    Default Cloud Vegetation

    Hi guys, another illustration for my project. A detailed view of the vegetation on the flying islands.


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    I really like your ideas some really nice stuff here, looking good.

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    Good God man, this stuff is cool! I particularly like the Bladder Gliders. All wonderful color and mood.

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    ahh man .. still going strong .. just digging your approach to this kind of stuff fantastic..!
    http://shadowship.blogspot.com/

    a whoosh and twinkle is better than a sizzle and splat

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    Default Halloween Challenge 2013 - Dracula and the Nocturnal Coiffeur and Portrait-Service

    tyrellcorp
    Im glad that you like it! I like your work too!


    pfrancke
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    Thank you too!

    Here is my Final Entry for the Halloween Challange, I do not find the time to post so many stuff like others in the process. I`ve done the most of the work 3 days before the submission ends. I've learned a bunch of stuff. To be forced to work with the BPR renderer opened new possibilities for me.

    Link to my Halloween-Thread:
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...rtrait-Service



    I Hope you like it.

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    For all who are interested here is a turnaraound of Draculas head after the CLICK.


    To create this picture I have to create a seperate scene for the mirror reflection: The old artist "Jerome" with his "Nocturnal Coiffeur and Portrait Service".

    Here are some impressions of that scene:






    And a CLICK HERE to see a turnaround of the model at YouTube.



    In addition to it I want to show you a little approach about the final compositing in PS.

    The reflection of the other scene in the mirror is only a cheap masking trick:


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    Default Freak

    A few month ago I sculpted this freaky guy. I wanted to take my focus on the skin texture.

    All rendered in BPR mode. Hope you like him.




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    Default Knecht

    A new character im currently working on. It will be a short movie project, completely rendered in 3D Studio MAX. Thats the reason why the turntable animation is also rendered in Max.

    In Max I use the displacement maps as bump map only because of the performance.

    Turntable Animation of the Character ---> CLICK (HD recommended)

    A ZBrush Render and a little bit of PS-Magic

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    Default Henkersknecht (Final)

    I revised the Character a little bit. Here is the final version...




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