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    Think this is going to be my last PaintStop post as this is turning into my gallery here, and I've spent way more time with it than I intended... i bought zbrush to learn to sculpt for normal maps!!!

    Anywho... here is my beautiful daughter, Issy fizzy bean, for her 6 month birthday and as a pressie for her grandma

    Issy Fizzy Bean.jpg

    Have included the original photo - drew quick outlines on a top layer (for basic feature proportions), then it's hand painted all the way.
    I tried softening her quizical look, but may have made her a little sad???
    Will need to take a break and look again in a few days

    Issy Original.jpg

    If i'm honest, this kind of detailed work is just a little too hard in paintstop.
    I'd hope for improvements in 3.5 and 4, but I'd rather get my hands on all those lovely new sculptnig features!!!

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    Truly beautiful baby
    When she gets older, do not tell her she shared a gallery with orcs

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    Aww, her eyes!! are really beautiful!! congratz Raw!

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    Excellent painting of her RawSunlight - I think it would look good printed out onto a canvas.
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    Wow, really good work for kid...

    my compliments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renderdemon
    This is another concept,it's really cool doing character design directly in
    Zbrush!

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    Bye
    RenderDemon, you're a beast!!!

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    It's gone awfully quiet here! Everyone playing with ZSphere2 I suppose.

    I have posted this image on my sketch thread here:-

    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...d=1#post619460

    Cheers,

    Rory

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    Yep, I totally agree with you -- awfully quiet here !! I have something but it`s still not done .
    So nice to see a new pic now. I love it! Is this your own idea, Rory? You should sculpt it (hehe...would be a looot of work, though ).

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    Thank you Moni! Yes it is my idea; my wife asked me to commemorate her soft toy collection in paint.

    It would indeed take a long time to realise this in 3D and it would surely take the heart out of the image too.

    Looking forward to seeing your picture!

    R

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    I would love to use paintstop, but it is just too cumbersome to use right now. They need to patch it up or something to make it more usable. Its too slow, hard to get around and needs a better layering system. I do however think that it does the traditional look the best out there right now even better than painter does. I also like using the brushes more; which is why it saddens me that it is not a more fluid build. Hopefully they are planning on updating it cause I would love to do my illustration work inside zbrush someday!

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    Awesome illustration, my compliments.

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    Thank you very much Cherea. I continue to find PaintStop easy and fun to use; maybe it is just that it suits my way of painting. My latest is over here:-

    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthr...t=60426&page=2

    Cheers,

    R

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    New doodle to try out the oil paint brushes in PaintStop.

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