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    Default Andrew Kinabrew's Z3 stuffs

    I thought I would consolidate a bit and just start one thread dedicated to all my Z3 works so I don't have to create a new one for each character. Should save time and trouble.

    To start it off, here is a model turnaround I did over the weekend. I wanted to use the flatten and pinch almost exclusively. This was my first retopology test as well. It started off as zshpheres.

    So many wonderful new tools.



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    Now that is a fine pice of sculpture! It depicts love quite nicely.

    A pleasant departure from our normal subjects...


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    thats great. its always SO refreshing to see zbrush used in non alien/old person/demon/goblin/orc/fat person/dragon, etc etc type of sculpting

    ...dont get me wrong, ive been just as guilty as everyone else for the same above mentioned type of modeling hahah

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    That's just great... Such control... Congrats se7 on a standout piece
    Last edited by daddymack; 05-22-07 at 07:07 AM. Reason: late night spellink

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    Ooh so you can upload movies! Love how you depicted this, reminds me of a statue my aunt had. How did you slow down the rotations, mine always go fast?

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    Wow, that is outstanding! MORE MORE MORE!

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    Dickie, daddymack, Harmonic:

    Thank you for the positive responses thus far.

    OrgoneGhost:

    I'm guilty too

    womball:

    You can upload movies, just not to Zbrush Central. Here's what I did, I put the movie on my personal server, made a still of the turntable and put a ".mov" in photoshop then uploaded that pic to the Zbrush Central servers. I then selected the image, clicked the hyper link portion and put the link to my server to which the turntable resides.

    Here's a quick description of the settings under the movie menu and how to manipulate them to do what you want.

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    ZBrush is unique to share learning tip,trick and everything
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    Thanks for the highlights friend!
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    Se7enthcin,

    Excellent .mov and sculpt, You should make a bronze casting of it as I'm sure it would sell nicely.
    Thank you for the very informative movie menu settings also.

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    I was thinking about a bronze casting because I would like to have this in my home as an actual object and you're right, it's contemporary feel might do well on the market. You're welcome.

    Here's a revisit on the Berserker model from this thread
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/zbc/showthread.php?t=44934

    I thought I would try my hand at poly painting and assign materials per subtool. I'm not totally happy with it but it was a fun first test.

    yet another turnaround. This time I tried using the SCRN option under the modifiers to move the Y axis just a tiny bit.

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    so I got some time to play a bit more and I was wondering what else I could do with a sphere and the new brushes, so I made a storm trooper head. Entirely of zbrush primitives. The head was done with a single sphere. I'm not super thrilled with it but I think it's a pretty good first attempt. Might have to try it again.

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    it looks like a very well done clay model, not quite finished.

    very nice work.

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    Thank you.

    I agree. I think this is pretty much as far as I can go without actually retopologizing the mesh.

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    the retop

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    Last edited by se7enthcin; 05-27-07 at 08:03 PM.

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    Nice, you should be able to get some nice clean sharp lines now. This new plugin might help you?
    http://zbrushcentral.com/zbc/showthread.php?t=45593&highlight=crease

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