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    Default Sketchbook - Anatomy and Stuff

    Completed awhile back, here's the final of my Pharaoh Hound écorché study, with a focus on medical accuracy. Descending and transverse superficial pectoral muscles, biceps femoris, brachiocephalicus, trapezius, and latissimus dorsi removed. Want to thank my friend Alexey (R1DD1CK) for inspiring me and giving me tips on presenting vibrant medical images.

    Working on a female ecorche as well, and finalizing an arabian horse sculpt I'm working on. More stuff coming soon. For more images, please visit my artstation: https://www.artstation.com/artist/itzfx




    Thanks for watching. Cheers

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    Look amazing, is this a sculpt or is it zbrush ? either way great work.

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    Thanks Freewaldo, single mesh, all Zbrush.

    And a turntable for those interested:


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    thanks!




    visit artstation for full res images. Thanks for watching.

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    hey idan!

    it's an absolute fantastic model. really looking forward to see the other models you mentioned.

    -r
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    this looks so crazy good! fantastic work!
    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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    Awesome sighthound (PH/Kelb Tal-Fenek)

    Im really looking forward to see more IdanI


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    I would be very interested to know, how you started the Basemesh of the hound,
    because I want to create my own Saluki bitch (Nefertari) in ZBrush, would you like to explain it? - That would be marvelous!







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    Absolutely gorgeous!!!

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    Thanks everyone, much appreciated, will have new work up over the weekend.

    @Morgaine - I use zbrush over other sculpting apps, because of zsphere so thats my preferred method to start most sculpts. So you can either follow suit or use the dog base that comes with zbrush. Then its a large combination of move, standard, dam_standard, clay buildup, clay tubes, and flatten brushes. More than anything what's required is a ton of reference images, if I had to number it, at least 40% of the time spent on this particular piece was spent on books, research, dissection videos, and reference images. Pay attention to silhouette, and overall proportions when working on your canine. Hope this helps.

    Cheers.

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    very cool! i like it a lot

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    Many thanks for your efforts and great description @IdanI, I'm sorry about the late reply, but the RL was a little curious.

    I'll start as you suggested it. If you need images or what, please do not hesitate to ask, I am pleased if I can help.


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    Thanks Ivan!

    @Morgaine - glad it helped; need images for what?

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    if you still need something for your great Pharaoh Hounds,
    I have a fairly wide Sighthound reference and breed Archive.

    Because we live over 20 years together in our family with our Sighthounds.




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    Cool, got ya! Thanks, but this is as far as I'm taking this particular project.

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