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    I did a Loish thing.

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    nice one! is this rendered in Zbrush? that eye looks really good! having trouble getting them to have that translucent appearance.

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    Awesome work in this thread, especially like the hair on the latest

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    Thanks, gents. James, congrats on getting top row like a boss!
    This was rendered in Keyshot, SammehSAMURAI. I always use an inner and outer eye. I use a glass material for the outer and use a refractive index of 1.33 so it's as close to water as possible. This may change depending on the type of lighting I have in the scene. Hope that helps.

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    Great 3d on great loisH design. i do prefer the clay one. maybe because i cans see the work on hair. Gorgeous!

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    Thanks xada.
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    Errare humanum est, stultum est in errore perseverare. (Marcus Tullius Cicero)
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    Cheers Lexxx69.

    Here's a Randy Bishop speed sculpt I just finished.



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    Wrote a little something for the latest issue of 3d World magazine about my process in creating the Khaleesi sculpt. If you're so inclined, pick it up.

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    Awesome, I'll keep an eye out for this!

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    uau ... parabéns

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    Thanks guys, nowhere near as detailed as your piece on 3d printing in 3DCreative mag, James!
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    Thanks man, I just finished the last one

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    Got a couple of features this month. Loish is in 3D Artist magazine and I wrote a more concise fibermesh tutorial for 3D World. Out now. Check 'em out if you fancy.



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    Default Wissper

    I had the pleasure of working on this TV show this year. Zbrush was used extensively by me in the design of some of the animals and we were able to quickly flesh out designs, make changes where needed with Dynamesh and lock them down. Essential as we had to liase with the publishers in Germany and the outsourcers in India.

    These are some of the production renders of Wissper, a girl who can talk to animals and some of the animals in question. It's for pre-schoolers mainly and will air on Channel 5 in the UK on Monday, 12th October and everywhere else on Nick Jr in the new year. I hope the kids get a kick out of watching it!








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