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Old 01 January 2004   #16
excellent Antropus, I've really started to fall in love with your work lately.. love the translation between 2d and 3d.
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Old 01 January 2004   #17
Hi there, Antropus!

Another winner

Scanning around the very detailed close-ups, I particularly appreciate your observation of the 'creases' peculiar to moles (on his lower right lip)!

Overall, this is obviously a killer technique(2D/3D)
You say that no ref was used for his face; does this mean that you just jumped into 'Z' and started modelling first? or was the model imported lo-rez from Maya and fine-tuned in 'Z'? and how do you get such great control in PS on his (smoothly-curled) hair?

Needless to say, you've quickly mastered this technique, and if 'Expose 2' doesn't snap up these images (princess also) I'd be shocked!

Great stuff, Kris!

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Old 01 January 2004   #18
Amazing work A lot of details
 
Old 01 January 2004   #19
Instant love!

Truly beautiful work. What strikes me the most is that the eyes look very alive.
 
Old 01 January 2004   #20
Great work! Amazing details!
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Old 01 January 2004   #21
thats amazing! exelent work antorpus ( dunno what to say )

as bruce allmighty says -- B . e . a .utiful
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Old 01 January 2004   #22
WOW!

Virtuoso,
thanks, as always man!
You can export the final mesh from ZBrush in .obj format for your preferred software and import in .obj too.
Yeah, young princess is my second work in ZBrush and this old man is my third.
I'm very very well impressed with ZBrush!

Arimus, shanesemler, deepforest, Sas.hun, Oktavian, Kel Solaar, sergage and 3D-ima Green,
THANKS A LOT, FRIENDS!!!

fellah,
I love your work too, buddy!!!

mattmos,
yeah, you are right. But I wish to mix some styles here. Rembrandt or Caravaggio would just use a single light source (stronger contrast). About the clothes, Rembrandt used a more pictorial technique and Van Eyck put lots of details... so, I just mix some styles I like

Atwooki,
Yeah, my friend. This model was made ENTIRELY in ZBrush, from 7 Zspheres to define the principal loops (like in the image posted in "Young Princess" post). For hairs, I'm using my old Wacom ArtZ II 12x12. Only 256 pressure degrees, but works fine yet.

Enayla,
Because of your art I restarted to paint!!!!! I'm a GREAT fan of your AWESOME works. Not only your works are beautiful... you are a very beautiful woman too (sorry )

Thanks a lot guys and girls and all CGTalkers. You are great!!!!
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Old 01 January 2004   #23
microscopic detailing!

Yeah, Antropus!

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and Van Eyck put lots of details...


Just think how damn long all those seperate transparent layers of oil took to dry, with siccatives or not; and all we have to do is save now and again

Atwooki
 
Old 01 January 2004   #24
Antropus you are one F***ing amazing artist
is this one also going on the old ladys wall?
 
Old 01 January 2004   #25
so much work.. details are great.. the hole image is complete and superb... you do not need any c & c for improvement

just great


all the best
Nikola Drincic
 
Old 01 January 2004   #26
Atwooki,

"and all we have to do is save now and again "... hehehe. I agree

ido,
Thanks! Surely! I think this work and the young princess will be nice on old lady's house walls

childplay,
many thanks man!
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Old 01 January 2004   #27
Fabulous work once again! I love your style so much, it works so well. I am really impressed with the details in this one, great stuff!

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Old 01 January 2004   #28
impressive. nothing more to comment. vais longe, tu...
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Old 01 January 2004   #29
man thatsjust insane two pieces that have just blown me away, your cracking paint effect is very effective.
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Old 01 January 2004   #30
Fantastic work
 
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