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    This is ridiculously close to the original, it's amazing, and beautiful
    Thanks a lot for sharing your breakdown, it's always interesting to see the way different artists do certain stuff, For example the scythe decoration, I would have probably done it with a curve IMM, but your idea really looks cleaner

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    Cool Incredible

    Excellent work.
    Thanks for sharing.
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    Amazing Work

    Thanks for breakdown

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    Great work man!

    I would personally love to see this from more angles! maybe a full turnaround ? Did you project the concept artwork on to the model as a polypaint for the skin etc ??
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    thnaks alot guyssssssss for kind wordsss i really appreciate that

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    Amazing piece! It conveys a great illustration quality. Thanks for the tips, they're adding to the value of your work!

    What about the skin and hair material&colouring? Are these polypainted on the geometry accordingly to reference?

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    thanks alot for kind wordsss its combination of textures from internet,polypaint as well as projection and also subtle texturing in photoshop

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    for skin i used zbrush skin shade

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    heres some little tips about skin and cloth texture rendering :
    https://www.3dtotal.com/tutorial/236...madi-character

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    thanks alotttt its very kind of you actually i render almost piece by piece in order to get the exact same look that im looking for teh subtract tehm using flat color id pass but fun and easy part is zbrush is very very quick in render and as you know you dont wait that much and for skin i use skin shade with spec off and on and play with the curves in skin shade material and i make some skin passes than i mix them in photoshop but its really fun beacuse zbrush is very quick in render and for skin i use sss photo filters in zbrush which is really great and handy to make sss effect

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    AWESOME design man!

    Congrats! it's so beautiful! !!
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    really amazing. Thanks so much for the informative post! =]

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    amazing work and thanks for the breakdown!

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