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    Default First post: Alien concept

    This is the first time I dare make a post here. I use zbrush for several years (zbrush 2). It's a alien character concept inspired by an artist that I like: Jared Krichevsky. The beast was made in zbrush, textured in Mari and render in modo. Photoshop for color and background ajustment. Hope you like and comments are Welcome!

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    Feed me seymor one more time,nice i like it mate like the colour work also
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    Real thanks fonty for the comments!

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    Default Here are some images of the sculpt in zbrush.

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    Default Here are some images of the sculpt in zbrush.

    Other Image will come

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    Default 3D printed version

    Happy 2017 everyone. The first post of 2017.
    After my first project with the crocodile (Link here) with my dremel idea builder (FDM printer) I decided to tackle something much more difficult and complex. I then decided to make this creature that I like.


    Here is the final version before printing



    Here are all the parts of the assembly with the male and female connectors that I add. And the platform.



    Here is the first piece i printed. I have calculated about 138 hours of printing. Just for the part on the higher images = 24 hours. I try not to add too much support in order to keep the surface of the model clean. The supports have tendencies left some difficult marks to correct with the sanding.

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    Awesome work! Keep posting!
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    Thanks Chalkman
    It's always encouraging to have post!

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    Default Little update

    Some parts ready before sanding! If you have any questions or comments.




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