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    Hey...Thanks for the replies ...
    yeah it looks too clean .... will add some dirt to break it up...
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    great snake!

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    Nicely Done !!

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    Yeah I like the snake; it reminds me of a pic in a textbook for snakes or something.

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    Thanks for the replies ...
    skullbeast : Thanks for your comment. I am a fan of your work and i feel encouraged by your comment...
    Aravindan : Thanks Bro...
    Vancross : Thanks for you comment. The snake was actually made for a recent project. Once i had done it, i felt i should do an illustration...a presentable image....Thats how i ended up with this...

    A little update....
    Added a few twigs... new renders and few tweaks in compositing..
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    Default Wip.....

    WIP of a current project...
    Still lot of work to be done...
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    Thanks for looking....
    Last edited by ivar_sn; 11-16-09 at 11:11 PM.

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    Great job on the aligator! Would you be so kind to tell me how you made the scales on the back? With the new move brush? Very well done!

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    Awesome. I really like your reptiles
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    Moni-Poroni : Thanks...
    your matcaps look good... hope to see you sculpting soon...
    The larger scales on the back were done by masking off the unwanted areas and using the "Damien Standard Brush" the center of each scale was pulled out. The move brush was then used on top of that to get more elevation..


    Captain Sensible : Thanks a lot...
    I believe all zbrushers love to do reptiles ... I really enjoy sculpting all those scales..

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    Love that Kroko. Amazing detail and anatomical correct. Thumbs up.

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    locusta : Thanks a lot for the appreciation....
    I would like to take the detailing to the next level.... will be spending more time on it......

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    Default update...

    added some more details....
    i have a small doubt... i hope someone will be able to help me..
    i want to know whether crocs or alligators have tongue..
    i havent found any images of a croc showing a tongue...so i am left wondering.... whether they have it ?????
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    Any comment or info which will help me do justice to this model will be of immense value...

    Thanks for looking....

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    http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question...0025801AAixdrR as far as the model looks your there nice job too!! i would mix up the symmetry tho for a more natural look and textures??
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    Thanks a lot Gary .......

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    Crocodiles and Aligators have a tongue, but not like other reptiles like snakes or lizards.

    It is a solid part of the inside of the lower jaw and canĀ“t be stretched out. But it has a few very important sensors.

    Look here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crocodilia

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