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    Default Heavy Mech

    Hey, everyone

    I've always been looking toward this site for tips and inspiration while learning zbrush and am excited to start posting!
    This is my first post, and I hope to add to the great community.

    This was created with 4r7 with help from the new zmodeler tools and rendered with the keyshot bridge and comp'd in photoshop.
    There was a variety of inspiration and reference from sites like artstation, pinterest, and the gallery here, especially "War Machine" by Joe Grundfast.
    In the future I hope to give it more detail and wear.

    Hope you guys like it, and any comments are welcome.


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    just Wooow.nicely done man.I wish my first post was as awesome as yours.keep rocking.

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    Yea... this is bad ass. Fav'd. Follow'd. Nice one.

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    Well done, congrats on this. I really gotta spend sometime learning Zmodeler
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    great first post. Looking forward to see more from you.

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    great work,

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    Great work!

    And funny side note:
    At the very first picture I misinterpreted it's big left arm shield for the head and its actual head for a right shoulder part.
    Made it look to me a lot more little and some kind of a nasty gobbo like mech.
    And I liked that concept and the pose I erroniously visualised also a lot.

    Maybe you can also see what I mean?

    Kind regards,
    Tom

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    Super Awesome mech! I like the feeling of weight and power it conveys.

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