portrait attemp, Alex Huguet (3D)

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  01 January 2012
thank you everyone for the kind words, here are some screenshots showing some more info on the model:

  01 January 2012
wow! you've even captured that zbrushiness that the models have in the pictures!
Love the small details, and great idea about breathing tubes (whatever they are called) it does add a lot of originality to the model.

This is going straight away to my "reference" folder.
Thanks for posting!!
  01 January 2012
very impressive

Metamesh every time I see a new piece of art from you.. I am in shock for a few minutes!! it's amazing. Excellent work.

It's so well done and it has so much personality I forget its 3D and I am asking to myself, which kind of illness has this patient!!!

spot on
  01 January 2012
Hey this is a great portrait and sculpt!

  01 January 2012
Scary how detailed it is.. You got talent
“You cannot change what you are, only what you do.”
  01 January 2012
Definitely one of your best Alex, you really captured everything you set out to do here. The macro details are added with incredible care and attention... congrats!


  01 January 2012
Great work man! Keep it up!

Modeler / Generalist TD
  01 January 2012
Wow...this can pass as real! Great job!
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  01 January 2012
Incredible piece, as I said before everything is spot on.
Loving how the eyes capture viewers attention.

Congrats on the front page, well-deserved.

  01 January 2012
Ey Alex!
Amazing job. As usual. The render is great man. The eyes, one of the most difficult things, look real. The textures an shading are working great too... And, well, the detail... It simply ROCKS.

  01 January 2012
excellent work !
  01 January 2012
If I didn't know any better, I would think it was a photo.
  01 January 2012
Fantastic job, i love it
  01 January 2012
Simply amazing!
  01 January 2012
Fantastic work! Hair is always one of the most telling aspects of a 3D portrait and you chose a perfect way around it.
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