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    héhé I knew there might be a fault or two
    edited the post but here it is also it's right here at zbrushcentral some great tutorals too
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...wn-Pg-2)/page2

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    Abolutely perfect!!! love the style and way of working!

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    hahah.. she's great. overall gesture and style looks great. only thing bugging me is her hands. they don't seem to have the same feel. maybe there is something about the size of them too. dunno (personal prefs i guess).
    looking forward for more.

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    Thank you for the link ;-) !

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    Wow, this is fantastic, Patrick. Love everything about it! It's so refreshing to see works like this.
    What's the inspiration for this illustration? How did you came up with it.

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    thx xada,
    Thx rasmusW yeah it's still an early wip there still has a lot to be changed
    Thx Undoz, all of the characters are made using your material man it's really great!
    Here is a bit of the concept behind it:
    When I think of tribes I think of being proud. This was my starting point. I didn't want it to be too serious so I thought I would go for a cartoony-style.
    A silly face alone wouldnt do the trick though so I went online looking for inspiration on the THU page. Which I found in a comment of a photo.
    The photo showed a few speakers of the previous THU just sitting at a table in the sun. The comment was that they were all masters in different skills and styles.
    this inspired me because this is what I also like about challenges: People with different skills and styles come together to join a challenge.
    This is what I wanted to represent in this picture. Different kind of people travelling along on the same journey leading eventually to the festival and
    by doing so creating a tribe on its own. The different type of characters represent the different styles. The whole tribe is a happy parade.
    All a long the way they are being seen by different anonymous spectators. The yellow fireflies-men which are the online spectators following the challenge.
    And for inspiration well it does comes from everywhere a bit I try to let it evolve a bit during the creation. Some inspiration comes from the sculpting some of the sketching.
    I don't think everybody gets all the concepts but that's ok. Here are some explained a bit more:
    I just finished braking bad and had seen a lot of likeness studies of Walter so I thought it would be funny to have him cooking on the back of the horse.
    The two girls on the dragon are based a bit on my daughters one is Lux (light) and has a glowing crown and fluorescent light the other is Lotus based on the flower,
    she has petals of a lotus flower as hair.
    There is a sci-fi shooter on the back of the horse but I didn't want him to come over to aggresive so I made him shoot soapbubbles in the shapes of hearts.
    Hope this explains it a bit and thx again for the material

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    Thanks for the description! It's great to hear your thought process and it makes it even more awesome

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    Very cool work! I love this color a lot! really it fit's with the character!

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    Wow !!! It's very beautiful !!!! I love the colors and designs.

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    Thx guys!
    Here is a texture update on the collab with Vivien Bertin.

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    fantastic work
    is it possible to see a shader breakdown?
    artstation page ---> https://www.artstation.com/artist/fynngb
    my deviantart page ---> http://grimnor.deviantart.com/
    my youtube channel ---> http://www.youtube.com/user/FynnGB

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    Her hair and facial expression are just stunning!

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    Thx Fyn, LynneMitchell
    The skin is just vray skin material nothing really fancy

    Well It's been a while since my last post but here are the final Images of my collaboration Project with Vivien Bertin.
    check out the behance page:
    https://www.behance.net/gallery/2941...aracter-design








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    Very Classic! In fact; Epic, I think everyone knew a teacher like this.
    One of the best expressions on a character I have seen this year!

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    Thx Takai

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