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    Video Time-Lapse of Shane Glines Design to 3D Model by Shane Olson


    Trying out a new technique here. Thanks for watching!


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    Shane, love your latest characters' style. I feel that there needs to be more old school characters where the emphasis is on character and personality.

    I just signed up for your newsletter and purchased your "Creating a Simple Cartoon Character" tute on Gumroad - wished I had done so before. A lot of nice concise tips delivered in a polite manner while avoiding getting too deep into EVERY capability for EVERY function in ZB.

    Looking forward to more tutes and tips.

    Keep up the great work!

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    way cool, Shane! Love your work
    thanks for sharing

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    LOVE your puppet technique... I so hope you offer this technique in a future tutorial. Yes, symmetrical would help those of us still learning. Your frog tutorial started my ZBrush year off and I can't wait to see what you do next!

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    Interesting use of the maquette/mannequin technique. I've used it for posing before, but never as a prototype for form. That's a great idea.

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    Thanks for your kind words everyone!

    @nimajneb; Thanks! Yes, I wanted to give it a go. I was pleasantly surprised by the result and how easy it was to pose. I may make the Mannequin available sometime in the future.

    @LynneMitchell; Thanks! I'll keep that in mind I'm working on a large training course at the moment. So keep an eye out for that.

    @Funky Bunnies; Thanks so much! It means a lot coming from you! I love your stuff as well! In fact, your work inspired this creation I love this community, and how we all inspire each other. Can't wait to see more from you.

    @SoDakZBrusher; Thanks so much for your support! I agree there needs to be more characters like you describe. Zbrush is capable of creating so much more!

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    Thanks a lot for the tutorial Shane. Also signed up for the newsletter which contains some nice treats !

    The mannequin approach seems really effective !

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    Nice worflow.
    Very intersting way to pose ans sculpt. Did you use zphere mannequin way to create your mannequin ?

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    @Ouran: Thanks for signing up. I like the Mannequin approach. I need to try it again.

    @ Cyril: Thanks! I'm not a big fan of Zspheres because I like my geometry segmented into separate pieces. I made the Mannequin out of simple polyspheres. Maybe I should make a video showing how I built it.

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    It would be great if you could make a mannequin construction tutorial.

    I've seen several tutorials on how to use ZBrush mannequins, don't remember a single one showing how to make one.

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    looking good Mr shaneo!!

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    Thanks Jase!

    @SoDakZBrusher Thanks! I'll definitely keep that in mind

    Also, thank you Pixologic for highlighting this on your Facebook page! Made my day

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    Nicely done Shane! So many artists inspired by Glines' work. I think you did his drawing justice.

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    Very nice sculpt and time-lapse video! Thanks for the share!

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    Astonishing! The initial sketch concept was phenomenal. I wish I could draw like you. And 3D implementation was so professional! I love this project!

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