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    super solid work Matt! Really nice.

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    Love this! Great work!

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    Niceeeee workkk Matt !!!

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    Awesome Job!!! I recently purchased your tutorials and they have definitely helped me out a lot with learning Z Brush. Your work has really inspired me to learn Z Brush to model characters and your tutorials are one of the best resources I have to learn from.

    I can't wait till your next tutorial series about modeling a full female Character. I am curious to see how you use the Z sphere block in method when modeling a full stylized female character. That method has really helped me to find a starting point for when I start a model in Z brush. Is it similar to the way you did the Zsphere block in in your advanced tutorial series, or are there many differences between stylized male and stylized female characters?

    Again Amazing work!!!

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    Video Final Resin Kit!

    Just received the final resin kit! it turned out beautiful! Here is a video showing me putting it together! This is available now at http://www.mold3dshop.com/




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    Hello, very great model, maybe you can explain how you get that smooth final model? This is molded and casted model or 3d printed?

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    Default Sk8 Croc

    Just finished up my Sk8 Croc for the pinshape Character Design Challenge with Formlabs. Had a lot of fun with this, and even made it free to download and print if you are so inclined. Here is the link to check out the files: https://pinshape.com/items/32816-3d-printed-sk8-croc

    You can also rewatch my modeling process here:
    https://www.twitch.tv/videos/120973887

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    Nice work... And the stream was fun..

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    Lovely to see Mr Croc up close
    Really enjoyed your live stream.
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    Default 3D Magazine Tutorial, Cyborg Cowboy

    This is an original character design I made for a tutorial for 3D World Magazine April Issue. There is a full 5 page spread on my process on how to utilize hard surface modeling into character design. Had a lot of fun with this one, more or less turned out to be a kind of self portrait.... Enjoy!
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    absolutely AWESOME! did you recorded the process for the cowboy model? would you mind explaining how was the rendering process? LOVE your stuff man!

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    Yes I did record the process which is part of the project files you can download for free when purchasing the magazine. It is only a timelapse of my process but I have written instructions on the whole modeling process. As far as the rendering goes I go into a simple explanation of how to set up custom lights in keyshot.

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    Default Bat Girl

    This is the result of a weeks worth of lunch crunches. I really wanted to test out having some more realistic textures for skin while still feeling stylized without looking freaky. But mainly I just had a lot of fun working from the concept by the amazing Corey Smith, https://www.artstation.com/artwork/ARvly
    I made a few new alphas for this one to help get the results I wanted like the freckles and the eye alphas, and then used a alpha pack from xyz textures.







    And for those of you who get discouraged, just look at this picture. At some point in nearly everything I make, I want to stop because it is the worst thing I have ever done. Just push on through!

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    Here is a turn around of Bat girl!


    Bat Girl ZBrush Turn from the_redbeard on Vimeo.

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    Beautiful piece!

    What did you use for rendering?

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