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    Hey Seb, I agree it looks more like roma sprayed with crystal clear. I think it is a cool material though and great sculpts too

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    Nice sculpts, and the clay look is almost perfect.

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    I like it a lot. It reminds me of the clay I use to sculpt with way back in middle school in art class. I Hope you're willing to share.

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    yeah, i agree, looks more like ROMA wet.

    more grey, and less shiney.
    WED changes colors so much in diffrent lighting setups etc... though....it would be very difficult to match exactly. but more grey I think and you will have it.

    aside from that, its a great material and lighting set-pup.
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    looks like a cool material Would love to have in my mat collection if you share (^_^)

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    looked so real, I was tempted to wash my hands

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    Cool Cool clay

    is it posible to get this material for my self?!?
    The attempt is more important than the outcome. E.Askue

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    Thanks guys for the feedback. I'm gonna upload soon the material, so you can play with it.
    You might be able to play with the settings to get your desired effect.
    The color is due to a small diffuse, but you wil lbe able to remove it to select your own...
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    Yeahh!!! Thx pixologic, it's damn cool to have Zbrush caps!

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    Thanks Sebcesoir !
    Looks very nice
    Last edited by mica ticu; 11-02-06 at 08:25 AM.

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    Last pic, just for the eyes

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

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    nice material! thanks 4 sharing

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    Looking forward to using the materials. All of these sculpts look rather familar.

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    That's a really lovely looking material you have there. Out of interest, how did you create the Depth of Field effect in the last render? Is that in ZBrush or is it postwork? Top work mate!

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    That last one looks really nice! The grain helps a lot.


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    Great ,10x Sebcesoir i think to test it rught away

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