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    Give me some advice,Please.

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    Some advice, try to sculpt in a higher resolution to put more details. I know you like this flat parts in the model, but it looks like a 'quickdone' model this way. I can see you have the good feeling with modeling.

    By the way, I like chinese food a lot! Once a week I have to cook while my wife is working. So, once a week I eat Chinese (from restaurant)

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    I agree with Bas. Higher resolution. I am unsure why you are showing these sow low. You really seem to be very capable as a sculptor and I am sure you would get both more and better feedback if you increased the resolution. Additionally, the material choices do not help in evaluating the designs or sculpting effort.

    Good stuff though.

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    Solstice, I don't want to sound harsh, but why don't you ever listen to the advice youv'e been given? You keep posting these sculpts, of different people, but you never show anything new, Like I've said before, you have an obvious talent for sculpting, but your pieces look unfinished. Is it that your computer wont let you divide any further? Please explain.

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    Hi

    It looks good to me.
    You're a good sculptor.

    Just a suggustion ..
    In real life, the 'faceted' style of sculpting is not uniform, unlike 3D faceted.
    In 3d, the flat faces are the basic polygon structure.
    (and that seems like it to me, from your picture)
    All of us sees it a lot, so it means it will look kind of ... 'unfinish'.
    It's like work in progress in modeling, it even feels like it's supposed to be
    textured and then something else.
    It will look more 'complete and natural' if you sculpt the flat faces 'randomly'
    like in real life.

    However, then again, that may be ur intended style .. hehe


    ps: i'm chinese too haha.
    pss : Zbrush is good !! but hard to get pass the initial stage of learning (alien tools) hhaha .. i've only 3 weeks into it so far ..

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    Heya Solstice,

    you*are obviously using 1.55 - i like the portraits your*re creating.
    you can create good looking portraits with such a few poly*s - in
    fact details don*t make the difference!

    ...ones you*ll have z2 you*ll will rule the toprow...
    made in Germany

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    Sébastien Legrain A.K.A Sebcesoir

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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    R.I.P.
    Try to make a new one the way you think he has to look like.

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    hi solstice,

    i always admire your work and your style, every model always resembles the person you are rappresenting, but the most important thing is that you are able to give life and personality to each of your models. there is no need to add detail if that is the way you like to sculpt, i think it is already sufficient the feeling that you give to each model. but that's just my opinion...
    ...Papa Giovanni Paolo II, RIP....

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