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  11 November 2011
some really cool work ..
i really like the horse and the cartoony gladiator .. although the bust from sherlock holmes.. is nice too ..

nice stuff all around

  11 November 2011
sweeet!! very glade you like my work means alot coming from you thanks man very appreciated
  11 November 2011
Some more doodles

  11 November 2011
Really cool stuff, much of variety and different styles too... what about some more texturing and shading/rendering work? Keep it up!
  11 November 2011
Originally Posted by Xion-Cajou: Really cool stuff, much of variety and different styles too... what about some more texturing and shading/rendering work? Keep it up!

Glade you like my Work !! and thanks alot for the advice will try to focus more on texturing and shading/rendering , thanks alot for this help
  12 December 2011
Test Render for "THE MASK " any comments are welcome

  12 December 2011
Final image for "The Mask "

  12 December 2011
Superb work, Antone! I agree that texturing could be a little more in focus, but modeling is greatly done! Very nice your Holmes and also The Mask and the bust with the closed eyes. Perhaps most i like here your cartoonish work at the beginning of the thread - some greatly done stylisations there!

Looking very much forward to see more of your work!
  12 December 2011
Thanks Mate you Really got my Spirit up Was just thinking that My work Sucks thanks a-lot for the encouragement
  12 December 2011
Yes, a very nice sculpture! Now you could push it further a bit, toward excellence. I mean itís a great base to go on with. So now itís not about issues, more about raising the quality. Wrinkles are generally a bit uniform imo - especially around the eyes, but also on the lips (the latter looking on the first render almost like a shell). The skin could take some narrow and very deep wrinkles, and the surface quality of the lips could be more different from the skin - more like meat.
Found just quickly these two examples concerning wrinkle diversity:

Concerning the lighting most i like the first attempt with the dark background. Again: itís a good base to refine it, to make it more perfect. Photographers speak about Ďmodeling the faceí when setting up studio lighting for a portrait. Already nicely done here with the keylight, but you could go on now with adding for example a subtle backlight from the left to accent the quality of your work. And then perhaps an other additional fill light.

Keep it up!
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