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    Default Psarcophogus1: Aeon

    Here is my first ZBrush3 Sculpture (actually my second Z Brush Sculpture).

    This Sculpt was done from a base mesh imported from Maya and I used only freehand Masking and Brushes and some Alphas that I previously created.
    I learned a lot making this scultpture so some of the inconsistancies are apparent. Lazymouse was learned later in the sculpt and I didn't have the ability to save AlphMasks so some of the Masking is imperfect.
    All in all a great learning experience.
    I love ZBrush 3
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    Love your style.
    nice details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwebrush
    Love your style.
    nice details.
    Thanks. I found myself having to cut the project off, because I couldn't run into any limitations concerning how much detail I could add!
    I'm totally addicted to ZB3.

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    nice work dude! amazing

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    Looks like Geiger meets PotC Dead Mans Chest. Very sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharpbrothers
    Looks like Geiger meets PotC Dead Mans Chest. Very sweet.
    Thank you for that awesome compliment.
    I'd like to see what Geiger would do with Zbrush.
    Last edited by jaystein; 06-24-07 at 06:39 PM.

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    you might enjoy looking into an aritst by the name of Beksinsky your sculpt looks like some of his paintings.
    The attempt is more important than the outcome. E.Askue

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    Quote Originally Posted by askue


    you might enjoy looking into an aritst by the name of Beksinsky your sculpt looks like some of his paintings.
    I love Beksinsky. He and Escher are my heroes, oh yeah can't forget Ernst Fuches.

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    Very nice! Robot cellulites?
    Lemo

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemonnado
    Very nice! Robot cellulites?
    Lemo
    Wow! All of these replies. Thanks so much everyone. ZBrush Central is a great place to be.
    Oh and Lemonado, I used to live in Bloomfield about 25 years ago.
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    Oooooooh, this is beautiful! Really great detail work. If this is your first sculpt, I can't wait to see what you do next.

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    Very cool style. I like your thought process. It sorta looks like a combination of sci-fi android and organic sea life design.

    Like it's some type of futuristic and/or alien crypt, like a King Tut's tomb type of object.


    Edit: Silly me, didn't read the title, just clicked on the thumbnail to get here. LOL. "Psarcophogus"
    Last edited by -WOODY-; 06-24-07 at 07:32 PM.

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    I love this style Great Job!

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    hy man u done a greate ans superb job weldone
    REGARDS
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    sick!

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