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    Time to start my own sketchbook ...
    I'm an illustrator but bought zbrush 3.5 in januari. The latest update has been nothing less than spectacular. So much to learn ...
    I'll be posting more later.

    Playing around with shadowbox, deformations, move elastic.
    First real hardsurface modeling I've done, still needs a few tweaks:

    Stilleto Class Starfighter01.jpg

    This was my first attempt at using spotlight and painting photomaterial onto a sculpt. Great fun, real fast.

    xavier.jpg

    One of my first alien heads:

    Plagueis01.jpg
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    Good stuff, loving the alien
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    Thank you .

    Playing with fur. It's pretty difficult but I found if i make several fiber materials with each their own length i get a better effect than using a single fiber material, little hard to place properly. The one on the left has two different fiber lengths. Comments, advice appreciated, especially in relation to making the fur look better.
    Still very much a work in progress:

    picachu WIP.jpg though.
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    While i'm working on some new material here's some old 2D stuff in which i used Zbrush objects.

    Gremlins in the Engine03e.jpg

    A Fine Day's Fishing A2.jpg

    Spaceship fleet2.jpg

    Cover sketch finish no bckgrd flat.jpg

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    Made this today.

    starcruiser asteroid field.jpg

    starcruiser front view.jpg

    starcruiser01topview.jpg

    starcruiser bottom view.jpg

    Turret close up:

    starcruiser laser turret.jpg

    One last image for today ...

    starcruiser bottom view broken world01.jpg
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    "Did you ever hear the legend of Darth Plagueis the wise?"

    Darth Plagueis01.jpg

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    awesome hard-surface sculpting. I dig those spaceship(?) models.

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    Thank you .

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    love those purple ships!
    https://www.artstation.com/magbhitu
    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthread.php?161407-mag-s-WIP-thread
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    Little update:

    Darth Plagueis02.jpg

    Think i might move this one to its own thread as I plan to make it a full model or a bust ...

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    Darth..is lookin...Cool
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    "The work will teach you how to do it. Just get going, every master was once a novice..."

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    love those purple ships!
    Darth..is lookin...Cool
    Thanks . Having lots of fun exploring the new Zbrush.
    So much fun.

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    Cool stuff you got going here ! Love the wrinkles/Polypaint/detailing on the alien, cool 2d experiments too ! Keep 'em comin'
    Thanks Etcher, much appreciated.

    Here's another old model I'm fixing up to be presentable. Still needs some work.
    I also have a small question. How does one do eyelashes .. ?

    old woman.jpg

    old woman01.jpg
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    A way to do eyelashes is take the ring 3d tool and initialize it to be 180 coverage, low resolution. Then make a polymesh3d out of it. Then you can mask, show and hide until you have the curvature of a set of eyelashes. Delete hidden and you're left with an easy and fast mesh you can then colorize black.

    That's a fast way, but won't look like lashes closeup. If you want a more detailed way, you may want to look at this old tutorial here http://www.southerngfx.co.uk/general...ooleyelash.htm which is still relevant and has good info.

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