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Old 01 January 2004   #46
Praise and props- you got 3 pages of that, so you don't need me to try to top the previous people.

Crits: The linework, particularly around his forehead gets his wrinkles confused with his hair and the general lines on the "painting" texture. It detracts from the image's verisimilitude for me.

The lighting in his eyes doesn't match the lighting I see on his skin (this is most obvious in the eye on our right- his left; a spec. highlight in a place of relatively deep shadow, not impossible but of a value equal to the other spec. highlight?). In paintings this is no big deal except IMHO when it comes right off the bat as fake- vermeer was famous for pulling this stuff off and fools me all the time; you're image, for whatever reason, didn't fool me- maybe disperse the lighting in his eyes more- or complement the pinpoint specularity you have with some other diffused lightness.

Anyway very good subtle use of pulling in focus to his eyes via your "brushwork"- pro job there, IMO- you've a lot more skill than I could ever hope to have.
Old 01 January 2004   #47
po antro esse negocio ainda vai te mata
awesome work
peace.....can you imagine ???
Old 01 January 2004   #48
Antropus, your too kind...I have yet to reach a quality such as yours. Thank you for making my year. 2048 TMap is awesome...would have assumed 4096.
Spherical, UV, AUV, or custom..If I may ask?

You do not deserve to know who I am.
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Old 01 January 2004   #49

hope both your work gonna be in expose2~
BE CooL~*

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Old 01 January 2004   #50
Thorlyn, Turbonium, l3d_davi and BeCOOL_MiN,
many many thanks friends!

hey buddy! How are you? And your great site? Please, put it online!!!!! Thanks a lot

great comments here! Thanks a lot man.

AUV, if I'm right
And yes, your work is great.

Here a gift for you guys and girls:


This is my photoshop custom brushes library. You can find here the brushes I've created for this work and for textures painting for my short film WIP (Senzaazione).

I hope you enjoy
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Old 01 January 2004   #51

I'm speechless... Your works are amazing...

How did you maintain the edgeloop? Did you do a template in Maya then paint it in Zbrush or you can do them all in ZBrush?

Sorry if this one is too stupid... Did you do mirroring in Maya or ZBrush?

Nothing last forever
Old 01 January 2004   #52
wow ! po antro que quebra galho tu ein!!! vlew vo estuda isso com certeza vo fuça em cada brush hehehe kra sem palavras
wow awesome man now iam study everything in this brush hehe no words thnx
peace.....can you imagine ???
Old 01 January 2004   #53
i belive i can fly
Old 01 January 2004   #54
Thanks for much for sharing your brushes along with yoiur brilliant work. I'm curious as well about how you managed to maintain such a clean mesh in zbrush at such a high level of detail
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Old 01 January 2004   #55
Great work Antropus. Just absolutely beautiful and inspiring. Thank you for sharing and keeping me going when I want to just give it all up. Oh and I am off to check out those custom brushes. Thank you!
Old 01 January 2004   #56
Wow so many details. I thought this was a ps painting. Thanks for sharing your brushes.
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Old 01 January 2004   #57
really you are a genius painter!!!!
Old 01 January 2004   #58
Great details...
I'm lovin' it.
Computers do not solve problems, people do.
Old 01 January 2004   #59
WOW nice texturing and modeling
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