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    awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferg View Post
    sparky3d, load, webhead, etcher - thanks guys!

    just moved back to SLC for the winter, doodled out some sketches the past couple days. I've got 4r2 but havent managed to use dynamesh yet... I've played with it but I'm still stuck in my old basemesh workflow.

    Also, recorded a timelapse of the Dark Lord Jeff here - http://vimeo.com/31639125



    cheers!
    Wow! your art has such style to it. I'm really impressed by how it stands out from the other work on ZBC. It's all very clean and doesn't look alpha-ed to death, which is something I'm sometimes guilty of :P

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    This is super cool! love the form and the clothes

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    I love her!! She looks wonderful. Great colors

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    Good looking stuff!
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    fire in the wire !!

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    Oh ish - I so dig this character! great job! The body proportions and shape are so clean cartoony and nice.

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    Love the boxing girls stance!
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    I like the style....great stuff!!!

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    Nice nice nice!
    Love this girl!

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    Great sculpt love the style.

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    Amazing! A very sexy char! Love the work you did on her clothes and how you stylized her.
    Love your style@

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferg View Post
    sparky3d, load, webhead, etcher - thanks guys!

    just moved back to SLC for the winter, doodled out some sketches the past couple days. I've got 4r2 but havent managed to use dynamesh yet... I've played with it but I'm still stuck in my old basemesh workflow.

    Also, recorded a timelapse of the Dark Lord Jeff here - http://vimeo.com/31639125



    cheers!
    I am suffering some severe Time Bandits nostalgia right about now. May not be what you were representing, but the similarity makes me smile all over!
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    Thanks everyone!

    Jerick - haha, yeah you're not the first to say that... I hadn't ever seen that movie before I sculpted that guy

    So here's the final pics of Molly. I got her all baked down to a low poly model, she's just under 9000 triangles, with one 2048 normal/diff/spec map set. Still getting some feedback on materials on her, so I might yet do a little more cleanup on the lowpoly textures, but this is pretty much how it is.

    cheers!

    textured low poly:


    ****ty bpr render because I need to learn about bpr:


    low poly w/normals


    low poly wireframe
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