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    love that one

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    Fantastic sculpt! - I love it!

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    Thanks again for all of the comments and kudos....and for keeping the hit count up. Hopefully it'll eventually make top row

    Another image set of the Venom doll:

    Sweet_MJ_Venom_Multiangle_by_poboyross.jpg

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    Really cool stuff. It's neat to see all the rapid prototyping that's showing up these days!

    It'd be awesome if you could share more about the ZBrush aspects of this project.

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    Well done!

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    Shes very well done love the body shape and her pose on chair .The Venom Dolls wikked.Great work

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    WOW!!! that is sick! I love the venom doll!

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    Sweet is right.

    Very cool.
    No one ever expected a pencil to draw for them.

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    uber cool !

    and yes ! we would like an insight on separating the masses for printing.
    and a zbrush tut/walkthrough through your MJ sculpt.

    nice job man.
    show us some more !

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    poboyross - Great model...I would love to hear about your workflow in regards to mass production and toy design. The whole toy design industry seems like a pretty viable opportunity for ZBrush modelers, but I don't know much about it. Whatever you could share would be very much appreciated....

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    This turned out soooooo good. I had to read that you actually printed this thing. When I first looked at it I thought that you were sculpting the ZBrush model from the real sculpture. All I can say now is wwwwwoooooooowwww! This is top row material for sure.

    I would love to hear the ins and outs of your process!

    Thank you so much for sharing!

    Peace - NickZ.

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    poboyross, very cool sculpt. I had to do a double take when I read that this was sent to a 3D printer.



    anyway, I'm starting to delve into rapid prototyping for a toy company and would be very curious to know your process. I'll have to admit that I'm struggling to find a good method for working out articulated toys in particular.

    Anyway, keep up the great work.

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    woah this is a fantastic piece of art, she looks magnificent. you deserve a top row plug it would be so great of you to share your process of creation ontop of the totally rockin model.
    are these going to be on sale soon? if at all

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