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    Neat fixes ! just put a back lightening for it and increase specularity little bit .. Top raw work keep it up

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    Very nice. I was just wondering if you could explain very shortly how you approach the type of hair you sculpted on the joker? It looks fantastic and any tips (tools?) would be great. Thanks!

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    TomatoVFX: yeah, the rim light is rather weak, I'll pay more attention to it on my next project. This one is done

    JL-Art: I've recorded the whole process of creating the sculpt, including the hair. I'm just trying to figure out how to better present it. I'll drop a link here once I upload it on Youtube.
    But in short, this is my approach for this particular character: create the hair using fiber mesh (big thick hairs to get the silhouette in place), run dynomesh on top so you've got a base to work with and some guidance. ClayBuildup on lower subdiv levels to make the strands and flow of the hair, standard brush on med levels to polish and dam_standard on highest subdivision levels to separate some hairs. I've made something like 30 or more similar sculpts of hair so that also helped

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    Thanks. Never heard or seen that kind of technique so definitely looking forward to it.

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    Video

    So here's the hair sculpting video. The whole thing took me about five hours to make, but the process is quite repetitive so I cut the recording to half an hour. Put some good music on while you're watching it
    I would add some commentary over the video but I don't really have a mic here, so maybe some other time. Also, I've recorded the whole process of creating this Joker character, let me know if you're interested to see that as well. It's very similar to my "Making of Gladiator" series.

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    very interesting, thanks for sharing

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    Awesome work! Thanks for sharing the process!
    Would be great to see the whole process of this Joker character in video.
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    Brilliant.
    (I've been away from this site for a year or more. I'm back Zbrushing now, because I finally got my Wacom Cintiq. I didn't like my Intuos, because I couldn't get used to coordinating my hand and eye separately. What a STEEP learning curve this is! Anyways, I'm back practicing, folks. Wish me luck!)

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    That looks awesome.. !
    What are you using for the initial hair strands?

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    That is awesome !!
    What are you using for the initial hair strands?

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    pretty cool process!what didi you used for the base of starnds?i assume the curve brush?
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    Amazing stuff, man. That joker looks terrific! Grats!

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    Thanks guys

    FiberMesh was used to create the base of the hair.

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    Amazing.. thanks for the awesome tips !!!

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