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    ZBrush 4 at his Maximum!!! tremendous amount of cool stuff in this movie, i am like if a was finished to see some feature movie hit of the summer!, even more cool here because im learning!, a million thanks for sharing these movies Mr. Ofer. this is why ZBrush in general has a lot of success in the industry, definitely is made it by artists for artists!

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    Awesome! Thanks so much for making this. Very insightful view of a skilled and efficient workflow.

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    Great to see your work Pixolator, it's not untill you see stuff like this that you become aware of how artist friendly zbrush actually is and what its capeable of in the right hands.
    Informative and inspirational, thanks for shareing your vision.

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    As I was watching this, i found myself asking "You can do THAT in Zbrush" several time. Awesome workflow.

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    Wow - really cool Pixolator - looks very slick and some awesome tips Thx

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    AMAZING!!! the model and workflow
    I learned a Lot!
    Thank U 4 posting

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    Oh no...I feel like I've just seen a flying saucer.

    Ofer, how is this possible? Zbrush is supposed to be this squishy modeling clay thing...
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    jizzin in my pants-suit! The pixolator is back. show the world what it means to be a ZBRUSHER!

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    Default part #1 Zbrush 4 method

    Pixolator

    Thank you for the work flow demonstration!
    What are you building?
    That thing is constructed like a tank!
    It must have solid tires to carry all that weight.
    Toning down the loopy tune and adding narration explaining the use of menu's, buttons, graphs etc. would really help the noobs.
    Yet it still looks cool seeing the thing materialize from just a 2d image.
    You have a Master Zbrush 4 mechanical touch!
    Doing the best I know how,with the tools I have .
    http://www.cgmystic.com/

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    Will go out on a limb here and say worthy of
    top row!!!!
    ( If Aurick is in a good mood)
    Seriously many thanks for inspiration and motivation and
    once again demonstrating what the program can do in
    talented hands.
    More please

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    Pixolator;
    In two words: Am azing. It´s possible to download this movs? could be a hell of a tutorial.
    FelixCat

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    Wow, just wow!

    Never seen such skillful use of hard-surface modeling, u know the inside-outs of the program and it's amazing what u can achieve when u do. Such great technical demo of the program's hard-surface modeling tools and potential (and artistic)

    such great making of, makes me realise how much I still need to learn the technical aspects and how it can go a long way to learn features more deeply, 5*!
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    i feel like i am watching a magic show ..love the way you just used all the hidden excellence in zbrush 4.thanks for this tutorial wont look anywhere else next time i need some hard surface modeling done.

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    Wow, to see the master at work is truly amazing. This video really shows how easy it is to model complex mechanical shapes with the new mask and trim brushes, even shedding new light on the usefulness of basic primitive objects. ANd painting a mask while using the morph UV was a really clever workflow. Above all this just shows again how fun it is to design in zbrush. Thank you. And great choice of music!

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    Looking forward to this.

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