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    Falling in love with this program..I only wish that I had discovered it sooner.
    It makes digital sculpting the pleasure that it should be, and brings back to life that natural and spontaneous feeling of working with real clay by allowing me to put the spontaneity back into my works,..This program is as refreshing as a breath of fresh air to this old spirit.
    A Big Thank You to it's creator Tomas Petterson, and to Pixologic for making me aware of it's exsistence...THANKS Guys..

    My first two tries at using SCULPTRIS Alpha 5
    Both created from the sphere, and from imagination, my own of course..
    Started out with a male, and am now starting on a female.
    I haven't gotten around to refinements on the male figure of the hands and feet yet,..I usually wait until the end of the sculpting process to do those and whatever other details might be needed.
    The woman, I just started yesterday..only got as far as the pelvis, torso and legs so far.

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    Started work on the shoulders and arms of the female figure posted at the top of this page.
    Forgot to mention that I have been importing these sculptris figures into ZBRUSH to play with them, using the lighting and materials ect. in there, just to see what kind of stuff can be done in there with them.Lots of new possibilities on the horizon.

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    I love the antique bronze look of your work. You also manage to make your sculpts look like the work of hands on real clay, I can almost see fingerprints! As far as I'm concerned, your first work on the female IS complete. It looks like a strange, lumbering creature trying to keep its balance. I'm looking forward to seeing more.

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    Um... yeah.... that's fantastic stuff. Way to take to it right off.


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    Totally dig it. There's a real "life" to your sculpts

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    Dreamz ...That sort of partial figure running around that you mentioned sparks alot of ideas in my imagination for some surreal concepts..dreamscapes sort of things..Thanks for the inspirations

    Feeb Thanks...This Sculptris program REALLY IS a great pleasure to work with..I still have alot to learn about it, but so far it's just been a real blast playing with it..Nice to be able to stretch things without having the mesh tear all apart.

    Transdimenional...Thanks...This program makes it easy to keep the life in the work..everything works so smooth..brushstrokes ect....It's just alot easier to keep a nice flow and rhythm going on in the work when you don't have to worry about the mesh tearing apart every time you make a move..This program is the closest thing and feeling to real life traditional sculpting that i've experienced while doing digital art so far..Makes me keep wanting to come back for more..

    Started working on her face..not really happy with it yet, but it's all good practice.

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    My first Sculptris bust.
    From imagination.
    Took it into ZBRUSH and roughed it up some with the clay tubes brush.
    Still some work left to do on it..mostly just practicing while learning and getting used to Sculptris

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    Just playing around this morning with the idea that Dreamz gave me for the partial figure as an entity...TABLE LEGS..
    Now I have something to work with,..a concept that can be taken further, refined ect... ..Thanks Dreamz.

    TABLE LEGS #1

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    Worked some more on my first sculptris female figure.
    Got rid of one of her mittens, refined her face a little, also worked on her neck area... collar bones ect. and her chest a little.
    Entire figure from a single sphere..Really loveing this Sculptris program..

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    The thing I like about your work is its different Spirit. Very raw, very clay sculpture fast style. Someone said they can see the fingerprints and I agree
    They say time is the fire in which we burn. Quick! Someone get a fire extinguisher!

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    Tartan Thanks...Being different has some advantages, and some disadvantages..The yin and yang of it all....I just try to be myself,..for better or worse..

    Got rid of her other mitten this morning.

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    Got rid of her slippers this morning.

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    Beautiful, joyful, tumbling compositions! And the Table Legs one is weird and wonderful.

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    Dreamz Thanks

    Combining these first two figures done in sculptris.

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    This reminds me of art school where we had to do sketches to capture the essence of a pose. Lovely work!

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