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    hi everyone. recently just finished sculping my own personal work. wish to share with you guys. hope you like it.

    sculpt and render using zbrush. and some touch with photoshop.






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    Nice work! And a nice Zbrush Mat as well. Really shows off the detail.
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    Very nice work. Great detail.

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    Wow amazing work. I really love his face/mask. Cool design and the wood look came out great! Also, the snakes scales look perfect, how did you get them so uniform in that pose? Were they added after the pose?
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    hi~thanks for the comments guys. really encourage me to move on the next project!!

    to clintus maximus: the snake i use the curvetube first. to lay out the body and get the pose right, then i use the snake scale as insert brush tool and apply as curve on top of the snake. but most of the time is spending on tweaking the curve itself in order to look unifrom. hope this helps~^^

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    Very nice work!!!

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    this is my next personal project i am working on currently. start the model couple moth ago. but was never
    happy with the hair result. as you can see from the right. so i decided to put vibermesh into play. still studying though.
    left is the result i have right now. any comment please feel welcome. any help would be appricated.

    viber setting is so complicate. sigh


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    Looking pretty cool!
    Available for full-time/freelance
    http://www.artstation.com/artist/jonbrandao

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    All good but I like the middle one most.

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    they look great!
    i like the hairstyle from the one on the left the most!

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    was that third version of the hair box modeled outsize zbrsuh ? Or was it made in zbrush ?

    Anyway nice work, the current hair result looks ok, def better than the precious ones.

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    the original hair was done in zbrush. using curve strap snap hair tutorial. i am posting a link

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLoL19_0nDQ

    hope you find it useful

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    Oh thats quite smart, i once tried to do the same with the tube brush, but it didnt work at all, but i also didnt think of adding a mesh to snap the curves onto
    thanks

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    Default Take me home!!!

    ya just finished this one. hope you guys like it.





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    beautiful work man.just love it.keep it up.

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