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    Default New Works

    It's always a pain in the butt to have to make a break from ZBrush and then start all over again. Today I had the chance to doodle around a bit and get use to it again. Hopefully I will have the time to keep working and discovering the all new features.

    Sculpted and rendered in ZB - some comp in PS

    The Old Ninja


    Mr. Big Nose

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    Love the big noses!
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    Thanks - just quick doodles to get used to ZBrush again...

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    Default Lunch Quickie

    Another quick speedsculpt - basically I just mess around to get use to all the countless brushes and tools again...



    Eye know - the eyes need lots of rework - but it was just another lunch doodle...

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    Hi VISEone, been a while since I have visited your space here on ZBC (I know we just recently spoke via PM), but thought would drop by here and see what you have been up to. As usual (and I told you when I first came here), love your style. These last pieces have that funky cool look you always give your art. I have given myself a reminder to at least drop by once a week to give ya a shout-

    Hey, also, if you have the time, check out this artists cool stuff as well:
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...=1#post1108954

    I know you will dig his style.

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