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    Default Old man head (WIP)



    Here is a wip of my latest work with ZB. (1.3 Million polys...)
    I'll post more pics in the next days.

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    very delicate






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    beautiful! and yes, delicate indeed.
    "There is a tide in the affairs of men which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune. Omitted, the rest of their voyage is bound in shallows and in miseries.On such a full sea are we now afloat and we must take the current when it serves or lose our ventures." Brutus

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    Default Here is the final version of my work

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    Francois Rimasson.
    Last edited by aurick; 11-17-04 at 02:59 PM.

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    Default very nice

    rimasson,

    This is one of the most impressive head models that I've seen on this site. The subtle wrinkles are handled well, and the ear looks good. My only critique would be to honor the cranium a bit more, there should be perhaps a not such a smooth skull. Other than that, its really impressive.

    -j

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    I like it very much. Your skill is admirable.

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    Default Old man or...

    ...old woman!
    Seems an androgin face
    Very good modeling
    Maybe a little more wrinckles on the neck and less on the forehead
    Or its maybe an aestheric chirurgy oeperation result
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    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    Default I want to be able to model like that!

    I really hate to sound like a sycophant, but that just has to be without doubt the best example of modelling I've ever seen! If Rodin, Da Vinci, Michaelangelo were alive today, they'd be spinning in their graves with envy, I mean I'm alive and I'm spinning with envy. Seriously, I'm inspired.

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    Default Just wonderful

    This work is fantastic.

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    salute!

    excellent sculpting skills!

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    My congratulations sir.
    With the possible exception of "Picasso" a few weeks ago,
    this is one of the best heads I have seen.
    One note, and this is not a critique by any means, but as Pilou
    has pointed out, this could very easily be an "old woman".
    I have often noted, that an artist will spend days on something like
    this and will see a thread along the lines of "ears too pointy".
    If you do not know the inspiration, how do you know they are too pointy?
    Again my congratulations, admiration and envy.

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    Yea I have to unfortunatrely admit that the first head model looks as if it could be a woman (I thought it was at first). But you arent finished yet, and either way its coming out beautifully!

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    Default Which wacom tablet do you use?

    Hi,

    Firstly let me say I am very impressed by your work, you are very talented. I was wondering if I could ask you what type of wacom tablet you use. I am COMPLETELY new to Zbrush and would like to hear it from someone whose work I admire. I hear the Cintiq series is rather good, but they are extremely pricey. Is it possible to get amazing results with something less pricey like an Intuos3?



    Cheers

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    I have to agree with all of the foregoing.

    This is very beautiful work, Francois! Truly. You have tremendous talent, and I look forward to seeing your next works!!

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