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    Hi
    This is my first artwork in zbrush , I start modeling lowpoly in blender, and I finished it in zbrush. I hope you like it





    Ps: Sorry for my English

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    Heh, no replies

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    Nice Job! I think the chin looks abit sharp and would be good if you add eyelashes and eyebrows too.
    Where did you render it? if in Zbrush what shader did you use?

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    For a 1st work in ZB, WOW!!!


    Very cool.

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    Good first post with ZBrush.

    Don't worry about the lack of replies - things move so quickly at the forum due to the volume of people posting.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    Thanks for replies
    FLACO<-- Yes, I render it in zbrush, I use skin shader from this forum, but I do some modyfication

    Don't worry about the lack of replies - things move so quickly at the forum due to the volume of people posting.
    Ok good to know

    For a 1st work in ZB, WOW!!! Very cool.
    Thanks, I have hope that my next artwork in zbrush will be also cool

    Sorry for my English

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    Not bad... looks like you're starting to pick up the tools. However I would suggest you study human anatomy as much as possible! You've got a good start but there are some details that if correctly executed would maka a huge difference. Also when you're drawing or modeling use reference... even if you don't copy the reference exactly you can look at it for clues as to what makes a good human! I hope that makes sense... keep it up!

    ikeee

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