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    wooow... Look at this, Anatomy is great.

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    I'm a big fan of traditional sculptors going to Zbrush. I can clearly see why traditional art knowledge is so important.

    Great job also!!
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    Thumbs up grate work

    Hi , nice carector and style , after zak's work your the one how has got the sculptorly quality in present post. basically even I am also an sculptor and I would like to see your sculpture works too. thank you.

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    Thumbs up Great Job!

    Great transition from clay to digital. It gives me hope. Love the character and pose. Keep up the great work!

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    What a great welcome! Thank you all. I'll post some more pics when he's completely finished.

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    Thumbs up Stunning work!

    Awesome sculpture!! Do you have images of the Base mesh? I would love to see what the geometry looked liked when you brought it into Zbrush from Maya.



    I also checked out your website. Great stuff man! Keep it up.



    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3DTerry
    Awesome sculpture!! Do you have images of the Base mesh? I would love to see what the geometry looked liked when you brought it into Zbrush from Maya.



    I also checked out your website. Great stuff man! Keep it up.



    Cheers
    Thanks! Here's the base mesh I created in Maya
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    Fantastic! I can see your background as a traditional sculptor showing though the execution of this piece. Excellent work
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    What a nice character/figurine...so lovely.
    well done !!!

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    Just found your website too, David, and I must say I am absolutely blown away by your work. I really look forward to you posting more art here.

    By the way, your Gnome Hunter WIP page is awesome and very informative.
    Christopher Tackett

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    Default stereolithography

    Here's how it looks after stereolithography
    I used a company called CA Models in Stirling, Scotland
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    Wow...what's the size of that? Expensive?
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    VERY! It was £4,500! and it's 50 cm tall

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    almost a 2 feet high, that's pretty big tho.

    Did it lose any volume? Fingers look skinnier? I think they did a great job, lots of detail in the face. Congratulation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AVTPro
    almost a 2 feet high, that's pretty big tho.

    Did it lose any volume? Fingers look skinnier? I think they did a great job, lots of detail in the face. Congratulation!
    No, It came out just as I had modelled it. Every detail seems to have been preserved. I had to get it done at the finest resolution which is why it cost so much. The layers are 0.05 mm!

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