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    Default Nurenda (woman head)

    Back to my first love (not Nurenda, but character modeling!).

    Here's Nurenda. Traditional technique, 7 levels of subdivision. Zbrush rendering.sculpt.jpg
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    And here's a photomix of Nurenda's face.
    100% zbrush rendering for the face.
    Color adjust and hairs tweaking in photoshop.

    Nurendacomp01.jpg
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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    Wow Sebcesoir! Really nice work! I especiallu like the offset in the composition you have her in, with the offset head. Great sculpting!

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    Yep; that's certainly an amazing bit of modelling there, Sebcesoir
    above the top row it goes
    - Love the work on her eyelids especially

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    Great modeling and texturing! That color render was done in ZBrush?! That's fantastic, I didn't know Zbrush could render that well. That is the most realistic skin I think I've seen in ZBrush, plus the shirt....Wow!

    I'm practicing with Sokar shaders/lighting(in the hand below) which are very helpfull but what I did can't compete. The skin on your model takes it further than I've seen in ZBrush. The cheeks, the forehead...amazing!

    hand01.jpg

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    That is so awsome!!!!

    Could you have different angle render?.. I see you sculpted the eyes with the head.. how did you texture the eyes... did you use clone tool?

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    I am totally blown away with this. Simply amazing.


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    At first, I thought that the color version was your reference image. Then I lost control of all bodily functions. Made a mess on the floor.

    You are INCREDIBLE!!!

    When are you going to update your homepage???

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    Wow!!! Beautiful!


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    This is extraordinary... Amazing work...very realistic!

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    absolutely humbling. i keep looking at her upper lip... especially towards the corners. nice touch! so emotive... and her parted hair on the forehead... incredible
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    This really great work!!
    Sorry to be so ignorant but who is (Nurenda)? Is she famous?
    Also, can you please explain "photomix"?

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