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    Hi folks,
    first of all i would like to thank zbrush for such a great feature,zbrush is capturing everything for artist, which is great for artists .i want to share my doodle whiich i did in zbrush paintstop.i hope zbrush will not stop by making such a great plugins.wohaaaa .

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    here is a little photoshop work(brightness,contrast),
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    heres a quick yoda sketch i stared.. i will probably play with its some more. used referance, but wanted to skip on using the tracing paper Yoda.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by aurick
    Actually, as per my first post you are encouraged to add your own works to this thread. The ones that are in that first post are just a sampling of the best so far, to get people started.
    Ugnhhhh!! Now I've gone and made this thread all messy! Sorry!

    I'm too paranoid for my own good!

    Ok.... Here he is.... caricature of Jack Nicholson..... again! LOL

    And as I said before, not traced.... though you can probably tell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cherea
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    Uma Thurman workflow, http://rapidshare.com/files/26495344...kflow_test.rar this is no simply photo edited...

    Please download, thankyou!

    cheers
    even if its not a photo edit, its a paint over. the skill of doing it indirectly and doing it on top are completely different and this is what distinguishes a real artist from the rest.

    sorry, but its still shouldnt be on the top row.

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    Thanks Etcher
    which one the frame or the doodle
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    Wormholes were first introduced to the public over a century ago in a book written by an Oxford mathematician. Perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. His name was Charles Dodgson, his pseudonym was Lewis Carroll, and the book was Through The Looking Glass. ***8212; Michio Kaku

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    i disagree mr. warpy . its true that a real artist can do it from scratch but if that same artist does some indirect paintover to save precious time than i say its A-OK as long as he is able to do it without that help. there are alot of other 2d related works that require the knowledge of art principles and drawing skills that an untrained artist won't be able to do so he will be limited to this type of work (paintovers). my point is, its not the tools or technique, but the quality of style and personality that an artist shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by omer-n
    i disagree mr. warpy . its true that a real artist can do it from scratch but if that same artist does some indirect paintover to save precious time than i say its A-OK as long as he is able to do it without that help. there are alot of other 2d related works that require the knowledge of art principles and drawing skills that an untrained artist won't be able to do so he will be limited to this type of work (paintovers). my point is, its not the tools or technique, but the quality of style and personality that an artist shows.
    i honestly dont think he had a deadline.... i will even bet that his indirect approach will lack the finish this paintover has.

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    i look forward to more gallery entries, and hope that the discussion of "what is art" would continue here :
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/zbc/sho...2&page=1&pp=15

    also, as far as paintovers go i found this really nice one on 4chan last night, what i like is that part of it is still nearly photorealistic and then it morphs into a more painterly style, i think that if the uma was more in this fashion there would be less argument.
    edit i found out its by : http://elreicarmesi.deviantart.com/a...onan-106329606
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    Hello!
    Superb participation here
    Here is a Speed drawing which I made recently with PaintStop, …i hope you like it.
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    awesome stuff !!

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    Default see, you dont need to paintover to make it look good.

    Quote Originally Posted by raguyarts
    Hello!
    Superb participation here
    Here is a Speed drawing which I made recently with PaintStop, …i hope you like it.
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    now this is a real artist... who doesnt paintover.. top row!

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    SpaceMan's Space Book Journal On ZBrush
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    Wormholes were first introduced to the public over a century ago in a book written by an Oxford mathematician. Perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. His name was Charles Dodgson, his pseudonym was Lewis Carroll, and the book was Through The Looking Glass. ***8212; Michio Kaku

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    SpaceMan's Space Book Journal On ZBrush
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...rnal-On-ZBrush

    Wormholes were first introduced to the public over a century ago in a book written by an Oxford mathematician. Perhaps realizing that adults might frown on the idea of multiply connected spaces, he wrote the book under a pseudonym and wrote it for children. His name was Charles Dodgson, his pseudonym was Lewis Carroll, and the book was Through The Looking Glass. ***8212; Michio Kaku

    It's kind of fun to do the impossible...
    - Walt Disney

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