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    Not too bad I guess... Just keep working Alex, youre bound to get the hang of it sooner or later!



    ... Bloody Show off!

    (seriously awesome work though, you really are one of the masters, like most I'm in awe of what you do and how you do it. Could you provide us mortals with more details of your work flow,that Indian is sensational, and the anatomy studies have become a mini textbook).
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    Oh, forgot to ask...how do you put together the pieces of something like the Raptor(which I LOVE)? Is it just subtools? If so, can they be put together seamlessly? (I have a woman with no hands or feet and it'd be great to add these appendages to the poor girl, after all she has no mouth so she should at least have the ability to sign! )
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    hey alex,
    i'm wondering, are you doing your base mesh in zbrush? thanks.
    pz

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    Hey Alex I don't know if you are aware that this guy is stealing you're work (amongst others) he's also stealing from sebcesoir and metamesh etc...

    http://amrak-chronicals.deviantart.com/gallery/

    please anyone who got a deviantart account give him hell!

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    respect! be motivated, have phun, relax... guidiance !


    Lil'sister:
    removed the gallery immidiantly
    keep on reporting such sinks, thanks

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    Melantonio-hi! no, im using the raptors sculpteds for Stan Winston Studio to Jurassic Park,thansk!!

    CowboyBunny-yes ,later i will sew the areas,but maybe it will be more a still,im doing it just for fun, with the separatey body parts i can add more details in each part,thank you!!

    slashpot-thank you! i will try do a good tutorial soon.

    slashpot-well ,to say the truth i dont know how i will do it yet,but i did a dino to
    National Geographique and a friend used the same technique ,i will ask it to him soon,thanks!

    mantodea-im using the XSI to do my base meshs ,thanks!

    Lil'sister-ahahahahaha ,thanks to keep up update about it!

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    Default The gorila was nice

    I really liked your gorilla, I seem to be becoming tired of grotesque monsters that seem easy to do.

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    Alex Olivier... what a gorgeous, stunning, epocal thread...

    Your works are Fantastic...!!!


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    yeah i wish i know how ur brain works, like sylar from heroes

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    Default Teach Us Your Ways

    I can't believe I missed this thread for so long. Your models are stunning, and even you're texturing is great. I wish we had more people with you skill level to pass on some of that knowledge. I have a few questions I'de like to ask, but I don't want to bother you, and I know this thread is a bit older, so I'll only ask the main one. When you use subTools for "hard surface" objects like armor, did you make them in another program first, or are they straight from ZBrush. I would love to hear any tips you have, and keep your work coming, I love it. By the way, the chainmail on the goblin/orc is amazing detail.

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    Smile hoooo!!!

    very well exelente I like

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    Another thing about the anatomy man is the navel is too low. It should be right between the 2 ab sets and instead it's about halfway down the next set. Fixing that will show that the pelvis area is probably a little on the long side.

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    alex oliver = the best artist

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