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    My name is Shikuri. I'm girl friend of Pigma.
    I had not submitted the work here for a long period of time.
    However, since the Mac version of ZBrush2 was developed, I was able to make the work.

    zentai.jpg

    syosin.jpg
    I made the picture of the big size this time for the exhibition in Kyoto.
    The printed size is 13.5 feet in height in 12.5 feet of breadth.
    It was printed on three printing paper of a roll with a width of 4.15 feet, and was hung up over the floor in three dimensions from the ceiling of the angle of the room of an art gallery.
    It is the form with which three sheets of papers overlap on the portion of the print of the hole in the portion under a picture.

    Left part.
    hime.jpg

    Right part.
    youkai.jpg
    The themes of this picture are a hole and a castle.
    A hole is located in a low position into which it looks, and that it is in the position to look up at made the castle from the purpose.


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    Hi Shikuri. Your art is really unique. When I am looking at this picture it takes me back in time. I love the composition and the colours. The piece is amazing. I am looking forward to see more of you.

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    Hey Shikuri, you always make such beautiful work! Thank you for sharing! I have a question though. Was all the content (images) for this installation created in ZBrush? If so how did you use the limited canvas size of Zbrush to create such a HUGE! printing? Did you create individual sections in ZBrush and assemble them in PhotoShop? Please tell. BTW what gallery are you showing at?

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    This looks fantastic !!!!
    I have the same questions as sirquadalot, how did you manage such a
    big (and beautiful) picture ?????

    jantim

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    Your work is very great, and original

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    Absolutely beautiful Shikuri - as always and very creative ideas.
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    Amazing!!! Thanks for sharing such great pieces.

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    Hi sirquadalot,jantim,and all.

    Thank you for giving a comment.
    In order to build this big picture I exported the pictures of ZBrush2 and compounded in Photoshop picture of Width7620pixels and Height8260pixels.
    The maximum sizes of the picture made from ZBrush this time are Width2500pixels and Height3000pixels.
    Each part made from ZBrush is seven, a "woman", "monster 2 group", the "ground", a "castle", and "the clouds of a background."

    Although I wanted to make in fact bigger resolution, in the personal computer which I have, the resolution of 20 pixels is a limit.

    This exhibition in Kyoto is small-scale and is spontaneously held with Japanese friends.
    This meeting is performed every year and it is the 8th year this time.
    The name of this exhibition is "JeuJiunten".

    shikuri

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    extreme class

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    this is remarkable art i love it its one the best i ve seen.Thanks for sharing this peice and hope to see more of you.GREAT

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    Very cool thank's for responding! If I could hop on the red eye, I would go see your show.

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    This is good work Shikuri.

    Nice to see some real work posted for others to enjoy.

    Simon

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    beautiful work! looked up your site as well. i love your sense of theme and pictorial space. thank you for the inspiration.


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    holy crap! is that guernica in the last detail shot? the dragon looks like inspired by it. very cool!


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    Hello Shikuri girlfriend of Pigma,
    Its seems the culmination of all your previous experiments and work with zbrush. I'm so happy to see its consumation in this form. Congratulations..... and thanks for the visual pleasure ( you have to decide if I'm talking about the picture of you or your work......or both )

    I could'nt understand the explanation of your meaning for the work. Would you mind elaborating on its purpose?
    Something else I find interesting is how small you made the mouths of your characters. I think this is something quite common in the Japanese 'style' of art. Out of interest , is there some significance? or inherant meaning?

    Kircho

    Ps - Simon what is real work?

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