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    These are absolutely wonderful!

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    wow ~! very nice!!

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    These are really nice. Your rendering is beautiful too. would you be able to share how you did your rendering.

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    Beautiful sculpt. great work!
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    This is about as done as it's going to get. I'm going to render from a couple more angles and probably tweak the settings as I go. I know some of you have a few questions about rendering and what approach I used to model this thing, I haven't forgot about you...but for now I need sleep. I'll post more renders tomorrow after work and answer some questions then. Thanks everyone for checkin' this out, and as always critiques are welcome.

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    This is awesome ! How about adding some facial hair to his right side ?

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    really great work!

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    beautiful work man!

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    Thanks for the comments guys!cgranjon: It's meant to be more of a clay/ waxy render rather than an actual person. I would have to double check reference but I think most wax anatomy cadavers are void of hair.

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    Wow great job!

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    I really like this . This looks just a lot like something I'm doing for a thyroidectomy animation right now. Especially the cross section. The thing I really like about yours is your solution for the nose. I may have to revisit that with what you did in mind.

    Great render too!

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    Wow, amazing. I feel like im learning things about anatomy just looking at it.
    specifically the way you`ve done the sternocleidomastoid, really clear and informative.

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    Thanks guys! Here's another render showing the anatomy a little more clearly. I'll get a render of the skin side tomorrow and some zbrush screens and render explanations to boot.

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    Very nice! Easily one of the best readable anatomy studies on the web.
    Thanks for posting.
    Mind showing a 3 quarter view from behind also?

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    really great!

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