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  1. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    i use only the magnet tool and mirror if...

    i use only the magnet tool and mirror if appropriate. you can create basemeshes more speedily when you not extrude polygon line by polygon line, but rather think of how to create big areas of...
  2. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    yes, shrinkwrap makes a mess if the basemesh is...

    yes, shrinkwrap makes a mess if the basemesh is too lowpoly, in particular at the ears (or other places of the mesh that are close together). what i do is retopo the ears, for example, with a higher...
  3. Thread: suzanne

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    thank you! i appreciate your very kind words.

    thank you! i appreciate your very kind words.
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    i like the design... but, i would not add details...

    i like the design... but, i would not add details by paneling, since to me the composition of detailed areas and not so detailed areas is very well done and balanced. more details like panel lnes...
  5. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    thank you, stan, glad to know i can make my own...

    thank you, stan, glad to know i can make my own new key. great! i try this matcap trick, not sure if i understand, but i try to see. txhanks a lot, for answering my questions.
  6. Thread: suzanne

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    thank you ostunij, thank you jassoxeta, that is...

    thank you ostunij, thank you jassoxeta, that is nice to hear you laughing :-)
  7. Thread: RC Helicopter

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    congratulation vicky! well deserved with such a...

    congratulation vicky! well deserved with such a truely blender piece!!
  8. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    kbrilliant, very good sculpting!... yes, i see...

    kbrilliant, very good sculpting!... yes, i see dynatopo same way, it is best when trying to use it "lower poly"...
  9. Thread: Android Head

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    i like it a lot! the materials are very...

    i like it a lot! the materials are very convincing, good ideas too. like the way you treated the eyebrows particularly. the eyes are great, i am not sure about the strong blue of the tearducts, i...
  10. Thread: suzanne

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    thanks will olis, that is quite a compliment :-)

    thanks will olis, that is quite a compliment :-)
  11. Thread: suzanne

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    hi danny, the skin is sculpted by hand, using...

    hi danny, the skin is sculpted by hand, using textures of little dots in the brus texture slot , giving pores. also a lot was done with the crease brush. always look at reference and try replicate...
  12. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    my preference is all masking tools, then multires...

    my preference is all masking tools, then multires bugs fixed, then dynatopo performance enhanced... sculpt layers might be nice, but i don't use them in zbrush either, so for me lower priority (just...
  13. Thread: Ikarear

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    i love it too. has an art nouveau touch to it :-)

    i love it too. has an art nouveau touch to it :-)
  14. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    ah, i see paolo, thank you for the compliment......

    ah, i see paolo, thank you for the compliment... and, it gives me an idea to try for the final presentation...
    thank you michalis. yes, this describes very well the feeling towards the sculpting...
  15. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    thank you paolo, yes, i think i will add color on...

    thank you paolo, yes, i think i will add color on this one, and fancy is what i have in mind for colors too, it feels good :-) ... the wires of the insects ?? ... yes while sculpting i don't use muc...
  16. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    ah, sorry, sanctuary, i said badly, i meant "hide...

    ah, sorry, sanctuary, i said badly, i meant "hide masked area" ,,, yes i know about manually smoothing, but on a creature like this it is no fun... actually i spent a ridicuolous amount of time to...
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    wonderful result! and the best thing for me is to...

    wonderful result! and the best thing for me is to see the improvement. you did really a great leap!
  18. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    i am in the mood for playing, and i thought it...

    i am in the mood for playing, and i thought it fits here,,, pure dynatopo, of course... a carnivorous creature (which is sculpted from a cube...;-))

    even though the lasso is a great addition, i...
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    the marble material is quite nice, the scan...

    the marble material is quite nice, the scan however at this resolution can serve only as a base for sculpting, as it is quite blurry (see the face). so, instead of considering this scan finished...
  20. Thread: RC Helicopter

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    great work vicky! it turned out wonderful, and it...

    great work vicky! it turned out wonderful, and it was a joy to follow your work in your sketchbook :-)
  21. Thread: A snow leopard

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    no, it is perfect idea..it is good to put a...

    no, it is perfect idea..it is good to put a message in the image, even if most do not see it...yes, same here, i love my renders for a few hours, and then...sigh...so, enjoy the time you love them,...
  22. Thread: A snow leopard

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    great improvement! wonderful, much more natural!...

    great improvement! wonderful, much more natural! still, i think the nose needs be less wide... love the new eyes, and the fur looks fantastique. fun to watch you progress!
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    yes, i noticed this problem with matcaps too,...

    yes, i noticed this problem with matcaps too, therefore i don't use them for portrait sculpting. instead i build very early a light setup and a material i will use in the final render too. then...
  24. Thread: A snow leopard

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    good start... google images of snowleopard...

    good start... google images of snowleopard you see, that in your sculpt eyebrow area is missing, nose should be much smaller in width (it is about a third of width of snout), ears need be larger and...
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    hi andri, your portraits are well done. likeness...

    hi andri, your portraits are well done. likeness is hard, as it dependss very strongly on perfect proportions. i see in your timelapse, that you often sculpt in orthographic view, and when you sculpt...
  26. Thread: cleaning robot

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    thank you both for comments, harleynut and bonrw....

    thank you both for comments, harleynut and bonrw.
    harleynut, yes it would be, but i dont feel like picking this up again.
    bonrw ah no, no genius, just enjoying what i do :-)
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    vicky, that is a great project! i love watching...

    vicky, that is a great project! i love watching how you move forward, and this stage is beautiful. i like the transitions of the colors, and even though there are so many colors, it does not look...
  28. Thread: cleaning robot

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    druban, nice you see so mayny possible stories in...

    druban, nice you see so mayny possible stories in my robot. i like the twin idea...
    jose, thank you. yes i used human forms as guide...ah, i don't think i will sell her ;-) too precious to have her...
  29. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    yes, paolo, ok, limbs might be easier, i can see...

    yes, paolo, ok, limbs might be easier, i can see that, as long as they are paralel to an axis. but for judging, i like to have them in good, natural pose right from the beginning, i did not sculpted...
  30. Thread: Falbala & ...

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    yippie, there is idefix!! his head is different...

    yippie, there is idefix!! his head is different though, the body looks awesome :-) ah, and falballa, she is great. pose and expression fit her perfectly. hair is wonderful. i think, i only would add...
  31. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    paolo, since i cannot feel form when extruding...

    paolo, since i cannot feel form when extruding faces and pushing vertices. sculpting in dynatopo feels like clay, i can "feel" if form is good,,this makes the extra time worth it, for me at least.
  32. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    hi theoldghost (what a great forumsname!), thanks...

    hi theoldghost (what a great forumsname!), thanks for the nice words... the method is same as masterxeon1001 showed in his videos, that means i first sculpted the basic forms, then made retopo of...
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    i like her. the stylization is very nice, and the...

    i like her. the stylization is very nice, and the warm colors very pleasing.
  34. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    ah, michalis, too bad, vicky already made an...

    ah, michalis, too bad, vicky already made an appointment ;-) ... glad you enjoy, i sure had fun bringing this idea to life :-)
    yes, matt, split complimetary it was called... i try learn using colors...
  35. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    thank you matt! yes elegant was what i was going...

    thank you matt! yes elegant was what i was going for :-)
    thank you swmo, glad you think the colors work, i chose them according to a rule i read :-) trying to learn more about colors, so very glad...
  36. Thread: Fembot

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    cool robot :-)

    cool robot :-)
  37. Thread: cleaning robot

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    yes, frobenius.edge, i always try to make the...

    yes, frobenius.edge, i always try to make the eyes special, as i think they mostly "sell" a sculpt or model. thank you.
    druban, thanks. i did not know hajime sorayama so far, but i can see now why...
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    very nice, vicky... funny is, you do all in...

    very nice, vicky... funny is, you do all in blender, and choose the classical zbrush color scheme ;-)
  39. Thread: cleaning robot

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    yes derek, not my usual type of work, but i...

    yes derek, not my usual type of work, but i enjoyed doing something completely different for a change. yes indeed, i learned a lot :-)
    thank you blue box,,,but why creepy? just curious since it...
  40. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    oh, journeyman, motion is not planned (i cannot...

    oh, journeyman, motion is not planned (i cannot animate yet...)
    bonrw1, glad you like her :-)
  41. the first three images look like fotos :-) great...

    the first three images look like fotos :-) great work!
  42. Thread: cleaning robot

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    thank you bartraeves. glad you see the femnine in...

    thank you bartraeves. glad you see the femnine in her, even though i kept it subtle. here you go, two closeups on the head...

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    journeyman, thanks,,and thanks for being honest...

    journeyman, thanks,,and thanks for being honest :-) yes, colors are a little extravagant, that is true, but i like them..
    model man, thank you. it always feels good to master a new thing in blender,...
  44. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    a cleaning robot, to help with the boring house...

    a cleaning robot, to help with the boring house chores...(crosspost with finished section) this was what kept me busy, as i needed learn rigging for her...

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  45. Thread: cleaning robot

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    cleaning robot

    inspired by the wonderful sketchbook of masterxeon1001. i watched a few of his great tutorial videos and followed his basic approach to create robots.

    so here she is a cleaning robot, to help...
  46. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    thank you,,iit will not vanish... i am working on...

    thank you,,iit will not vanish... i am working on something, but family is more important right now, i need take care.
  47. Thread: facial studies

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    wow, what a return! she is wonderful, i loved all...

    wow, what a return! she is wonderful, i loved all previous versions, and seeing how techi all is, makes it even more amazing. congratulation to top row! well deserved :-)
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    very nice first human sculpt! i cannot say about...

    very nice first human sculpt! i cannot say about likeness, as i do not know this person, but the sculpt is per se very convincing. and, i love the use of the addon, i played with it too, and think...
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    i am a very frequent visitor of your wonderful...

    i am a very frequent visitor of your wonderful thread. your work is so amazing, it inspired me to try a robot too, ,,i am working on it right now, following along the workflow you presented in video....
  50. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    thanks norvman, i will try this way, sounds great...

    thanks norvman, i will try this way, sounds great :-)
  51. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    hehe, yes paolo showing naked is not always...

    hehe, yes paolo showing naked is not always welcome, but i would not mind... maybe when you finished and i can see your project we can discuss this a little further. i don't understand it fully...
  52. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    yes, paolo, since black and white lets you see...

    yes, paolo, since black and white lets you see forms clearly... colors make it difficult to see forms, your eye has to judge which is light because of object color and which is light because of well...
  53. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    paolo :-) thank you, modron. i really should do...

    paolo :-)
    thank you, modron. i really should do more textured ones, color is so difficult to me.
    glad to inpire bonrw1, and congrats to 100 :-)
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    great charakter! i visited your blog, amazing...

    great charakter! i visited your blog, amazing work you have done. very enjoyable to look at, and inspiring.
  55. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    yes, sanctuary, i cannot imagine doing the work...

    yes, sanctuary, i cannot imagine doing the work like he does.
    thank you jose, museum piece is nice, though this was not my intention, i am glad it appears this way.
    modelman, lol weel rounded...
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    yes, this worked atom, thank you!

    yes, this worked atom, thank you!
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    i would like to try the addon, and downloaded it....

    i would like to try the addon, and downloaded it. my problem is, i cannot install it :-( ... i tried the following: user prefs --> addons --> install from file. i select the file "__init__.py" in the...
  58. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    hmmm, out of context then, ,,you mean this...

    hmmm, out of context then, ,,you mean this one, michalis?
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    thanks a lot :-)

    thanks a lot :-)
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    wow, just the other day i was thinking about i...

    wow, just the other day i was thinking about i would like do a "wire" project similar to your elefant, but gave up on the idea since i did not know how to do that. need to check out the addon, your...
  61. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    phoenixsmith, michalis refered to the way kalwdio...

    phoenixsmith, michalis refered to the way kalwdio has sculpted. the "hills and valleys" on this figure apear as displaced decorations but not as if they are there because of the underlying internal...
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    i got inspired by your spaceship rendered in...

    i got inspired by your spaceship rendered in edge, to try on marilyn, so my next contribution to your wonderful thread, vicky:

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    the portrait sculpting is great. the render is...

    the portrait sculpting is great. the render is irritating however, it looks like it is in orthographic view.. . my suggestion, try a camera with 100mm as it is used in portrait fotography. it still...
  64. Thread: Scouts Out

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    ah, now you can team up with dan and his huge...

    ah, now you can team up with dan and his huge work on spaceships ;-) ... nice design, a mix of a boomerang and a shell, velocity and strength. i like it :-)
  65. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    this is beautiful carving, sanctuary, i know...

    this is beautiful carving, sanctuary, i know similar carvings from germany too :-) ... and, here is a modern woodcarving master, that to my knowledge can carve the most finest details: david esterly...
  66. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    thank you andri! thank you bonrw1, more will come...

    thank you andri! thank you bonrw1, more will come for sure ;-)
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    that are 49 very pleasurable seconds! so much...

    that are 49 very pleasurable seconds! so much story in such a short time. wonderful creation!
  68. Thread: Obelix :)

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    wow, paolo, one of my favourite characters!...

    wow, paolo, one of my favourite characters! ..critique? where is asterix and idefix? lol... i love the expression, and the face wonderful. the hair in braids could use a tad "untidy", it looks very...
  69. Thread: Perfection

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    nice... though i doubt that one really could...

    nice... though i doubt that one really could carve the screw from wood, as it has everywhere very short grain so it would break away. the cutoff wood would curl and look differently when you carve...
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    thank you vicky... actually, it was quite hard to...

    thank you vicky... actually, it was quite hard to get the pearls play together with the wireframe modifier,,,lol...so far i have seen the modifier only to show off how nice the topology is...
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    thank you journeyman, glad to hear that :-)...

    thank you journeyman, glad to hear that :-)
    thank you michalis, of course i remember bernini! yes, carving hair deeper would have pushed more the sculptural feel. i will never be able to create hair...
  72. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    yes hetors, creating tutorials really sppeds up...

    yes hetors, creating tutorials really sppeds up the workflow:-) thanks :-)
    thanks michalis. yes, i find it always difficult to put bodyparts togehter, the overall feel is missing to judge what is...
  73. Thread: georg

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    ok, i remembered i had once started here...

    ok, i remembered i had once started here a thread where at least the normal map question was discussed, maybe this helps you out already a bit:
  74. Thread: georg

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    hi pieriko, we are discussing right now the...

    hi pieriko, we are discussing right now the topics of new tutorials, and i will see if i can squeeze in what you request. but, i cannot promise, since the topics on the list are more sculpting...
  75. Thread: green basilisk

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    this is lovely. good luck for the contest, you...

    this is lovely. good luck for the contest, you have a great entry.
  76. Thread: georg

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    hi bonwr, yes i have sss on it, see material...

    hi bonwr, yes i have sss on it, see material below. too much sss looks waxy, as my first approach showed.

    thank you lucasfalco, yes i have these colorvariations in there, but very subtle, see...
  77. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    santuary, i did not meet the multires bug...

    santuary, i did not meet the multires bug lately...
    cool sculpts! enzor, great to see you using reference foto! try sculpting in a different lense for the viewport. it looks like you have the...
  78. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    yes, indeed helpful. pictures say more than...

    yes, indeed helpful. pictures say more than words. thanks a lot jim for the effort you took to help me :-)

    thanks ryeath :-)
    sanctuary, yes intended. glad you like my arm idea :-) thanks.
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    davidmcdermott, yes i think it will, glad you...

    davidmcdermott, yes i think it will, glad you think so too :-)
    steno, great to hear! yes i will do more tutorials, looking forward to see your exercises as sculptcookie :-)
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    norvman thanks! just sculpt, and a lot ;-) sooner...

    norvman thanks! just sculpt, and a lot ;-) sooner as you might think you will see great improvements. sculpting is learning by doing :-)
    ha, yes craig, pedestal madness lol... glad someone notices...
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    yes! nice :-) ... yes its easier to destroy a...

    yes! nice :-) ... yes its easier to destroy a feminine sculpt, but if your proportions are solid and read "female" you don't need be too timid. i like your sculpt, the hair now really unifies it.
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    yes, so right! everyone is different, and each a...

    yes, so right! everyone is different, and each a learning too for sculpting (or a fun piece for render :-))
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    beutifully unusual form and proportions...

    beutifully unusual form and proportions combination :-) pose is wonderful ... for hair, look first to get the whole mass as one big "blocky shape" (without strands, just what you would see from very...
  84. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    sorry double post

    sorry double post
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    it worked, thank you sanctuary! glad you are...

    it worked, thank you sanctuary! glad you are always at my rescue. big thanks for that!
    (i am amazed how i always mess up the interface of blender, even though i am not aware of when i have deleted...
  86. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    why is the masking brush no longer in the brush...

    why is the masking brush no longer in the brush menu??? i rather would like see the nudge or blob brush vanish, but not the mask brush! quite inconvinient for sculpting now in 2.71 :-(
  87. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    thank you journeyman,,, yes, i think you are...

    thank you journeyman,,, yes, i think you are right, i should have defined better the wrist. thanks for pointing out!
    dan, thank you :-)
    matt, glad to inspire you, sculpting is heaven :-)
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    thank you hetors. ah, these many details are...

    thank you hetors. ah, these many details are mainly squashed polyspheres, torus and even a few cubes. easy stuff actually and quickly done... since i am doing the cg cookie tutorials my speed has...
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    thank you bunc for checking out my sketchbook......

    thank you bunc for checking out my sketchbook... hmm, actually when i started using dynatopo i also had just an old weak airbook,the small one even, and i was able to sculpt in dynatopo. of course,...
  90. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    thank you anthony! glad you like her :-) great,...

    thank you anthony! glad you like her :-)
    great, harleynut, i am glad that my "arm experiment" works for you... yes, i did marilyn once, she was one of my early portrait attempts, before i discovered...
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    hey thank you for the praise, but you really did...

    hey thank you for the praise, but you really did such a wonderful job on this sculpt, it is not my but your success. very well done with a beautiful presentation!
  92. Thread: doris sketchbook

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    portrait of marlene dietrich, as an unusual...

    portrait of marlene dietrich, as an unusual bust...

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  93. Thread: Dyntopo tests

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    you also can just look into the mirror to see a...

    you also can just look into the mirror to see a nice exemplar of an ear ;-) alwas a good reference at hand this way...
  94. Thread: kk scratchpad

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    hehe, as his pupil is covered he will not see...

    hehe, as his pupil is covered he will not see anything... nice sculpt btw .. yes, i am using multires again too. it has become more stable, and lets you sculpt ro higher polygon count than dynatopo....
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    truely impressive, very inspiring!

    truely impressive, very inspiring!
  96. Thread: Leopard

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    hey hey wizard tricks ;-) when i commented only...

    hey hey wizard tricks ;-) when i commented only the "africa feel" was posted... lol
  97. Thread: Leopard

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    really nice. love the fur and the pose. eyes, i...

    really nice. love the fur and the pose. eyes, i think, should go a little deeper into the head. and teeth are too small, they look like teeth of a baby leopard. nevertheless outstanding work.
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    yes indeed, very good paintover, this is what i...

    yes indeed, very good paintover, this is what i was talking about.
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    aha, yes that was i asked, it is the handles of...

    aha, yes that was i asked, it is the handles of the curves...lol, which shows, i hardly ever used these beziercurves... thank you vicky for explaining :-)
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    that is cool, i would like to see that as a...

    that is cool, i would like to see that as a blenderscreen :-) ... what are the pinkish lines that form a square around the middle big circle? i mean how do they contribute to the image?
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