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    Default astroboy

    Made this in , i think, an hour or so....nothing special but i made a mistake with the Zspheres, i must have duplicated the "central" Zsphere because the eyes seem to belong to a "outer" shell, making it look like a helmet ....not intentional
    but funny...

    astronauts04.jpg

    and if your interested in a great head-model script, you can find it here
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/zbc/showthread.php?t=23648

    jantim

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    Default Jantim

    I've seen the headmodeling in the thread you mentioned. I looks good, special the way he made the mouth. I like your head also because it's not usual to make it like this. It was a good 'accident'!

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    Default The Commentator of Art

    He is the all expert of nothing¡¡
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    My first actual head other than a crappy monkey

    Without texture
    manwitvisor.jpg

    With texture

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    Voila! Picture sig.
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    Hi all
    Well this is my first "ever" model ive done in ZBrush, i only heared of the software (well looked at it at least) 2 days ago (i'm a Maya lover, and only use maya. until now). i downloaded the demo and downloaded a quick UI tutorial (as i'm waiting for the 2 training DVD's that are in the post) and saw this post. so i thought well why not try it myself!

    Well i'm definatly going to purchase ZBrush in the upcoming months now, as it just blew my socks off and is very well priced IMO.

    I havnt taken it into projection master etc yet as , well i dont know how yet LOL. Just know how to sculpt

    I didnt make a script sadly as i thought it was going to turn out a complete pile of rubish, but i dont think it turned out too bad. anyway i'm rambling on so i just thought some crit and comp's wouldnt go a miss so pls pls let me know what you think ?

    Edit : Ohh yeahh sorry forgot to mension it took 2H solid, started at 11:49pm and its 1:45pm now (i tend to get work done faster in the early morrow's )
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    I don't see an image
    Voila! Picture sig.
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    Here is the second doggy I've made. It's not only a head, but I figured out it myight be better if it has the whole body.

    doggy test 2.jpg

    and the modified Ztimelapse

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    Hi pajonate,

    Excellent toon dogs! Love that style.

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    Here is about an hour and a half. I'm not a big Zballs user, (maybe in the future) but I wanted to stay in the guidelines of, "all Zbrush." I think the Zballs part took a third of my time. =) I haven't had time to get used to them. I'm still relatively new and haven’t figured out how some people are getting such fine detail work into the models, but I’m working on it. Its such a great program.

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    Hey ArchStanton ya did a pretty good job there for someone who doesn't like "zballs".

    Keep up the good work!

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    do you guys all use the tablet to model? i seem not to have much control with the mouse, meaning its not that confortable to use the sculpting tools.

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    If you have access to a tablet, that does grant much finer, more precise control. And of course, how well the program handles pressure sensitivity is what usually sells folks on ZBrush in the first place.
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    First post and first model, got Z yesterday and I have to say that I have never been so impressed by a program (yes, it's small, gotta save some bandwidth):

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    Default Question for Bas?

    Hey, Bas, if you're monitoring this thread, could you please re-link your excellent 'Surprised Gnome' head ZScript? The link currently in the page 4 post doesn't appear to work now. (I think I accidentally posted this question in another thread. Sorry)

    Thanks!

    ~S.~

    p.s. What is the latest you can show of your 'Clerk' illustration?

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    Took about an hour and a half.
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