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    Default Shyamshriram's Sketchbook

    Hey everyone,

    I just bought zbrush a couple of months ago, this is the first time i'm using a 3d software/zbrush. I believe that zbrush is a great tool to learn & understand anatomy or any other form.
    Most of the sculptures posted in the forum are insane ! how do you guys do it?

    let me start my thread by posting one of my first head which is a WIP.
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    first attempt to sculpt a full figure.

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    hey shyamshriram
    first of all: nice illustrations in your portfolio!!
    as for your sculpts I think you just have to get comfortable with the software and to work in 3D because looking at your drawings I think you know how forms and colours work.
    I would recommend you to block out your big forms with a lower resolution. It seems like you jump into a high polycount too early.
    just keep going!!
    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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    Thumbs up

    Hey Fynn, thanks for the kind words about my illustrations
    Yes, you are right about blocking with bigger forms and lower resolution first. I'm struggling with that at the moment, its quite hard for me not to make high poly at start

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    Minimized the resolution based on Fynn's feedback. Still a long way to go.

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    I love the cat...too adorable, I have to comment cuz it reminds me of my pet I have a chausie cat

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    Like the way you have built up the muscle groups, and the cat, well its too cute =^.^=
    I am also a newcomer to ZBrush and really loving it

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