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    Default Final Render of skin using photo referencing

    Just a test of photo referencing in Zbrush. It's a self portrait (if you need reference, check a previous post) Just looking for some critiques on my realism. Modeled 100% in Zbrush. Rendered in Zbrush with a skin material I made, but the hair was done in PS.

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    Default Nice.

    Nice work on the eyes. Your work is tight.

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    Your head is very nice,but its a little too red.I use color balance in photoshop,I hope You don't mind.

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    This is beyond real..... Top Row for certain

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    Excellent job on the color correction. That is spot on. I didn't have a lot of time to work with it, but that was a great job.

    Thanks for the critiques guys. Does anyone know how to post to the second row so that this can be viewed easier?

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    Lookin' great, extremely realistic. Would be cool to see the untextured model too.

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    ... and it should show up on top if you choose the "include image in post"(or something similar to that) option when you upload.

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    Yes, in order for an image to appear in the thumbnails, you must actually upload the image.

    In your post composition window, you'll see a button just below that says "Upload Image or File". Click that and then follow the instructions. If you're using Internet Explorer, you'll be able to click at the end to place the image into your post. If you're using Firefox, you have to finish the upload and then look at the list of attachments just below the upload button. There you can copy the script that inserts the image into your post, pasting it into your text. The script starts with [ATT] and ends with [/ATT]

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    how the heck you did it? I don't know... but is pretty damn awesome

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    Thumbs up Awesomous

    Great Job !!

    I Really Like It. Clean Clean Clean Is All I Can Say.
    Can you show us the wireframe version.

    ThANKz,

    Cas

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    I will be posting the wireframe version and the sculpt after I get home from work. Thanks for all of the comments and my very first top row vote. Very much appreciated.

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    Yeah top row,congratulations. Glad I could help

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    I hope yor art is excellent, I would like to watch different steps about this portrait And I would like to know how you builded the skin texture.

    My congratulations you are excellent artist

    Javier Cornejo From Chile

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    Smile So you can put it...

    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    Can we see the basemesh without the PhS part?
    The hair should cover the underlaying hair at the top/front of the head much better. Now I see the photo of the hair under it.

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