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    Those close ups are awesome. That old man has so much character in him. Marty looks fantastic too. I love his comical pose. Its spot on to his character. Good job as always.

    Brett

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    Wow, how long have you been working on that? That's one hell of a masterpiece!!!

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    hey Kris, what a wonderful work you have, is truly amazing .

    I`m interested in your workflow regarding using a base mesh, i mean you made totally diferent heads from the same base mesh..

    -Do you smooth out completely the form before start a new head?...

    -Every head that you made are different one from each other, and yet they always follow very good the topology, as if the topology were made for that specific character...do you define the forms first with no subdivision in wireframe mode?

    thanks and again, your work is a source of inspiration.
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    Parabéns Antropus, seu trabalho é maravilhoso!

    Grande fonte de inspiração!...

    Sucesso sempre...

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    jantim,
    thanks man! The work you've shared with the community is incredible! Jantim = quality stuff

    womball,
    I probably have it in some place deep in my hard drive. I'll look at it as soon as I have some time.

    fx81,
    same thing yet. Dunno till the final version though.

    storman,
    I agree, we cannot please everybody!
    BUT, I'm not sure if I can agree with you calling my wife, two actors from the comedy Young Frankenstein, a Pinup Girl, an old man with a baby "very evil, scary and disgusting". You must have some problem looking at my images or something. Glasses? JK

    brettSinclair,
    thanks a lot man!

    feureau,
    it's hard to tell how long each model took me to create because I was working in all of them almost at same time! Like, I started one then got excited about working in the another and so on. So much ideas and not a lot of free time but for sure a lot of fun!

    yolao,
    thanks man. It all depends of the model but yeah, normally I start by doing a general smooth, more carefully in the eyes and mouth region. After that, I go to the lower resolution to adjust proportions, change eyes shape and position, change volume of the head, change the ears size/position/shape and start working on the basic facial expression. Once it's all in place (or almost), I start going for some more specific details. After some time spent on the model, what really matters is the reference that I'm using. If I'm getting it right, then one model should match the references in some way and look totally different of the other. If they look too similar, was not the fact that I was using the same base that was wrong but just me being lazy to don't change it enough

    Poncell,
    valeu bro! Thanks man!

    -Kris

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    Kris, i got to say, standards are set with every pc you post, it nice to see pc that are artful. realy nice work.

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    Default Beautiful.:)

    The elder man and the baby made me cry. Very beautiful scene. Brought memories of the joy I've witnessed of grandparents seeing their new grand child. In a sense, a rebirth of parenthood and the passing on of a legacy of responsibility.

    The monsters are fabulous. I especially love the aqua fish hybrid.

    And the portrait you did of your wife is very stunning. You do inspiring work.

    Thankyou for sharing.

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    Your art is a true inspiration to me. Fantastic work as always.

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    Love your work Kris, especially the delicate handling of your wife's portrait.
    Very inspiring work and you make it look so easy.

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    Impressive!!! Really impressive!

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    threetails,
    thanks a lot.

    Ismail W,
    it's a great feeling when we can touch someone's heart with our work. I'm glad my work did this to you, as it did to myself

    DigitalDreamer,
    I appreciate. Thank you!

    vedanta,
    thank you. I really want to finish her portrait. She deserves it. I feel bad because I start so many stuff before finish others but one day I'll finish them all!

    Levus,
    thank you.

    I really wish I had the time this weekend to finish some stuff, post new pics and give some more details about these works but I'm having a big headache with my taxes this year. I hate that bureaucracy. Dang, I'm an artist, not an accountant!
    So hard to be a millionaire nowadays... just kidding! LOL

    Let me get back to this thing.

    Cya,
    -Kris

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    wow... after seeing those pics, I cannot close my mouth.... that's awesome dude... you are my inspiration !! ..

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    And when my jaw hit the floor I realized that this must be the work of a professional who gives us all hope.

    Thx
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    Be a fountain, not a drain'
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    As always Kris, your work gives me a kick in the ass to keep pushing forward. Absolutely beautiful sculpts. Igor's my favorite

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    incredibble stuff !!




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