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    Post Power-Boarding-Girl Wip. Update 2

    Hi guys n' gals, remember her?-


    Well, after some further work, she now looks like this-



    Everything is ZBrush, and an on-going wip. 121 welcome

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    Wow! I like this picture. She has
    a cool transport board. I was remembering
    the happy days when I was skateboarding
    with friends ten years ago...great time!
    What technique did you use to model the
    knee and shoulder guards?
    I interested to know as they have defined
    curvature and bumps. It would be great
    to use such style for some anime-like
    character!

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    The modelling is so FanTasTic!!!! Very well done Grub!

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    Very Coooool work ,bud !Commin along beautifully.
    121 suggestions :

    The hands are posed better in the first image.
    Seems to be to much of a contrast between the smoothness of the figure and the heavy textured pads.

    Hope it's of some help, buddy.I know it'll be wicked when it's finished !

    Steve.

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    Excellent level of detail... just amazing

    If I can say so without sounding like a git... the front of the board's unsmoothed surface seems to work against the rest of the work's smooth look. I'm sure you realised this, but... just thought to mention

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    My favorite babe is back!! Mmmm.... nice Grubster!! I have to agree with Ztevie...I like the pose of the hands in the original.

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    Wicked cool!
    I too like the original hands...sorry.
    Its still rockin though!

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    whoa...

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    Bas76-
    Hi and thanks, skating's all the rage again now, get that board out... About the pads- I used the standard sphere, which I quartered, and then sculpted the ridges.

    filament9-
    Thanks a lot, I appreciate your kind words.

    ztevie-rae-
    Thanks bud, I'll switch back to the original hands. The second pair are actually better made, but they're not that expressive... Maybe I'll use 'em for something else. Good point on the pads, I'll do some more experimenting with her overall look. Cheers.

    Reactor-
    No worries, Reactor. I'll be dividing the board some more, it's a bit lo-res. Thanks very much.

    Mentat7-
    Hey M7 bud, thanks for the compliment. There's (just) room on that board for you and your fave...

    Mahlikus The Black-
    Cheers, that's OK. It'll be the first hands fer sure- 'If it ain't broke don't fix it...'

    ADAM-

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    Straight out of a comic book!
    Looks great... could be the beginnings of a cover for a game box too!
    Very clean!
    Awesome work Rob, as always!
    Take care,
    Michael


    "I am still Learning"




    By: Michelangelo









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    Wow, really a clean, fresh, inspiring look. And some really good modelling.

    I like the choice of colors, I think it matches perfectly for this tone and those pads are the icing on the cake. Great job

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    Hi Grub
    Maybe some steam and shadow on the background ?
    An orange yellow color for the light ?
    If it's an entiere model, why not make an image with many vehicles & their drivers?
    In any case great work
    Pilou
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
    Pilou's Galerie Pilou's Tips Tuts Page
    Cameyo's ZPlace Art Surfing Albums
    Dedicaces Perpetual Challenges
    French Pixologic Site

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    Cool stuff Rob, I was having a look at your gallery the other day wondering when you'd get back to these.

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    Terrific work! Yes I remember her and I have been watching for an update to see what you would do with her. Impressive!

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    I like what you've done to her

    David

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