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    Default Child

    Hi!

    Here's my personal project, character design.
    Sculpted in Zbrush, rendered in Arnold.
    Also used Marvelous Designer for coat.

    Hope you like it!




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    I like it!
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    Very nice ! And cute !
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    Thank you Webhead, Totyo!

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    love it

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    Thanks huber : )

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    Default Anatomy Study

    Hi!
    I want to share with you my anatomy study, based on a photograph by Vadim Stein.

    This one was a good challenge to practise dynamic poses, required to follow many other references and resources, however, I am aware that it is a long way to digest anatomy.

    All done in Zbrush.

    Hope you enjoy it!



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    I like the child a lot. There is much emotion in that work. Some may find it cute, some a bit sad. That is real emotion.

    I also like the work after Vadim Stein. You are obviously very good in modeling and anatomy. My only critique would be that both characters seem to have goosebumbs. I mean: the skin is perhaps a bit too coarse. But the pose, ... everything is very impressive indeed.

    (I visited your Artstation page and I also like the others. Girls room is as funny as it is cute)

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    Eric, thank you for your lovely comments and critique. I will consider that for my next artwork.

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    Stunning work!!

    i don't agree with @Erik Heyninck

    The details of the skin is great specially for cg is good to over do it a little bit! What did you use for the render? Would be nice if you share how you did it! Thanks!

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    The whole composition is not natural, it's very artificial. I can be wrong.

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    Thank you so much vladiseco! I took passes from Zbrush BPR and combined them in Photoshop.

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