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    you are right

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    sweet!

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    Default Nice!

    I love this sculpt...one of my favorites so far...
    Now who else wanna f@%k wit Hollywood Court

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    very impressive work,i like the hardsurface work,i only want to ask that how long do you complete the hardsurface head,when i do a hardsurface work,i spent a lot of time,do i want to know if there s something quick to do the hardsurface work.

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    thanks everybody for your replies

    nofounture ... zbrush is great for hardsurface work ...shadowbox and clipping brushes are very useful for straight geometry ...but you can also sculpt and use the flatten and pholish brushes to make your first pass and then retopo everything... there are great tutorials out there one of the best are from eat 3d michael pavlovich and mike jensen made some really nice tutorials for that kind of modeling

    here is something i've done during the zbrush 4R4 betaphase - thanks for having me in the beta and thanks for this great new zbrushversion pixologic and especially - ofer, paul and jamie you guys are awesome...



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    great model! the style reminds me of Metal Slug! really nice piece

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    Thumbs up MM ,good work again

    MM ,the new staff is very comfortable ,thank you for the answer,i will try the hardsurface work in that way.

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    Love your art style. I just found this thread and it's very inspiring. I'm some what new to the ZBrush family here but Art work like this keeps me motivated to do stuff like this one day. : )
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    haha, shortround thank you very much words like this keeps me motivated too ... thank you!
    thanks nofounture and arthurduque too

    here is something i started this weekend while watchin the evangelion series

    it is my version from Asuka

    started with basemodel and made a paintover in photoshop - all still wip ..hope you like


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    Great Style, love your work.
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    Sweet!

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    Lovely! She needs a more competitive look imo, like how Asuka really is. :P
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    awesome O/MI!
    Capturing Asuka's real character is a bit tough since she sorta flips between her facade and her internal struggles haha but I sorta agree that rebalancing the expression might make her feel more solid. I doubt you wanted us to be so fixated on the expression though hehe. I think the structure and all works great.
    I'm pumped to see where you take her, man!
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    thanks Cloudrid3r - eof3D - dominicqwek - Funky Bunnies - glad you like

    dominicqwek - thanks - i know what you mean, but she is not always tough

    Funky Bunnies - thanks man - np feedback is always welcome and yes she isn't easy to capture, maybe i will make more than one version


    here is another version - but this time it is only because i liked it so much while testing the new zbrush4R5 version and the nice posterize render feature ... hope you like although








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    Wow! That looks great. Can't wait to use the new posterize render feature.

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