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    Here's my last work and hope u guys enjoy it


    ** just keep laughing **



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    hahaha.. he's great.
    only crit would be the missing teeth...

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    elderly people do lose teeth, some all of them.

    great work, and indeed: if you want to show your teeth, just smile.

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    indeed. some elders have no teeth anymore.
    but i think rasmusW point is also right.
    it's not the missing teeth which bothers me.
    its that pure, pitch black hole in his mouth.
    it looks like a too clean cut.
    i guess you would still see some soft flesh tones or a bit of the tongue.

    but he looks just great. i would love to be able to create my own grandfather with a result like this.
    and your use of of (fibermesh?) is great. not just the hair and beard. but also in his ears and his sweater.
    and a great use of wrinkles and skin texture.
    how did you made this skin texture look like this? in the sculpting mode with alpha brushes or with a bumpmap?
    please tell me! i need to learn

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    Hey Guys, thanks for all the kind words
    glad you guys like it

    Shumetsua , I'll make a quick making of to show that how I make the skin material and other stuff, so I believe you'll figure out how to make your own

    cheers




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    This is beautiful work ! What render software did you use ?

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    Thanks , Maya and Vray

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    thanks for the extra pictures

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    Nice sculpting! Great job on the skin, hair and wrinkles! Not sure if the edges of the sweater around the shoulders look too hairy?
    "Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep." - Scott Adams

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    Thanks , yeah I think it is too hairy could be little shorter and less

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    what's up Guys


    Here's the making of my latest character
    You can find the skin material, render and lighting setting as well
    Hope you Guys enjoy it










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    cool man. thanks for the breakdown.
    looking forward for your next model.

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    You're welcome

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