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    Love everything about it!!

    Is the head separate?
    How are you planning to mold everything together?
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    Love it! Look slike christina ricci minus the forehead I love her as well

    Good luck!!

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    Thanks everybody for the kind words!

    Getting close...I think all the parts are there now I just gotta polish it all up. Still deciding on the base and tweaking things...

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    Very nice....I like the pose!

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    I would widen her hips a tad bit more. Looks great!
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    SolidSnakexxx: Thanks!

    DAnconia: Thanks Man. I took your advice and widened them ever so slightly.

    Modeling just about done...still can't decide on a base... I may paint her if I have enough time.

    This will prob be the last update before my final.

    Again, good luck to everyone! ts been fun!

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    This is shaping up quite well, the initial pose looked as if she was the figurehead on a ship...the new pose is awesome, what brushes did you use for the hair?

    Looking forward to the final product!

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    Hey, thanks!

    For the hair, I roughed out the basic volume, then I just used the standard brush to define the main groups of hair, then used clay tubes for the smaller hairs...also using lazy mouse the whole way. Nothin too crazy!
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    This is shaping up into a fine piece, man. Nice work!

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    The body looks hot, its just the face thats looking a bit masculine. The main areas are her eyes and brow. Soften out her brow and put her eyes closer together. Her frown should be just a hint.
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    Well, here she is... Of course I wish I could keep working on her and I really wanted to paint her but hey, nothings perfect and there's always next time! <img src="http://www.zbrushcentral.com/pixo/atn.gif">

    Wishing everybody good luck in the judging!
    I had a great time and can't wait to do it again. Thanks!

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    It looks very nice. The shape of the hair comes out pretty well in the turntable animation. Good luck to you.
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    Thanks Wildsketch.

    Heres a quick poly paint I did today fer kicks n giggles...

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    Looking very awesome indeed, (Looks better than her statue the x-men did for her in the hall of fame...the cheapskates lol)
    Love the new pose and the polypainting looks so good too..was wondering if you had plans to use new uv master plugin then paste the polypainting to the uv's to play with in an external 3d app for rendering,maya,max,c4d etc??

    Also just wondering,what is the name of the nice red matcap you used for sculpting psylocke with? red leather,red rubber etc??

    good job love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KHALLUS
    Looking very awesome indeed, (Looks better than her statue the x-men did for her in the hall of fame...the cheapskates lol)
    Love the new pose and the polypainting looks so good too..was wondering if you had plans to use new uv master plugin then paste the polypainting to the uv's to play with in an external 3d app for rendering,maya,max,c4d etc??

    Also just wondering,what is the name of the nice red matcap you used for sculpting psylocke with? red leather,red rubber etc??

    good job love it.
    Thanks KHALLUS!
    Well, I think you read my mind! I am absolutely planning on figuring out UV master with her as well as rendering in Max...prob with Mental Ray...

    As far as the matcap, it is part of a pack by ralph stumpf available thru Gnomon and it is called BigRed.

    Thx for the comments!


    Turnaround of paint test: http://vimeo.com/9788735
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