Old Man, Antropus (3D)

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  01 January 2004
Hey I just bpught a wacom and I would like to achieve a levl of quality as you do. Is it really difficult, or you think that I could learn in a life drawing class?
Always looking for perfection
  01 January 2004
Hey Antro. Could u please show us unsmoothed wire version of your new character, i just like this charaters detailing.. so if its possible then please

Will you put this character into your animation "Senz Azione"?

He would look great in it, at least in the pic on the wall
  01 January 2004
the modeling, texturing, lighting, and post for this are just amazing! I can't give this piece enough praise for the skill and love it took to make it.

I'm flabbergasted!
  01 January 2004
I don't have to read all the comments on here, I know everyone thinks its great. I concur with everyone's comments. =)
  01 January 2004
wow,very very nice modeling.
  01 January 2004
just amazing !
proud to be austrian!!
  01 January 2004
Simply great

Great artists are great people too, Antropus
Thank you for sharing such really great work, thank you for brushes....

Yes, you are great

  01 January 2004

Very Nice Work!
  01 January 2004
Great job Antro ! really nice work ....many details ... i love it !
Patrick Beaulieu
  01 January 2004
Absolutely love it. Reminds me of Rembrandt if he were to just light the candles before he paints
  01 January 2004
Sorry for delay with reply folks and thanks for your kind words again

Yes, it's possible. I made the entire model in ZBrush, starting from only seven ZSpheres (1 for head, 1 for nose, 1 for mouth, two for eyes, two for ears). I've sculpted with mirror "on" inside ZBrush.

sem problema brother!

many thanks!!!

a good planning using ZSpheres before start the model can help you a lot!

Thanks a lot man! Nice to see so many ZBrush lovers here!!!!

no problem, buddy.

not yet...maybe one day. Thanks!

C.Lin., shyy, Coldblooded, olijosman, Noisefields,
thank you very, very much!

Frank Dodd,
so kind words... thank you!


man, I think Mahlikus answered your questions

Jako, DANKA and Blackhorse,
thank you buddies!

who should thank is me for nice explanation. Thank you man!

many thanks. Well, I can't post the bump map because all the bumps are painted over the image. Only a basic color map was used for this model.

thanks man!

wow! Escher is one of my biggest idols!!!!! Thanks a lot.

The Don,
your words touch my heart... thank you very very much bro.

surely you will learn a lot in a life drawing class! After, you can put your hands in your new Wacom (wacom rocks!!!).

3D-ima Green,
as you can see in the previous images, the wireframe is a bit heavy. I think unsmoothed = smoothed version, hehehehe
Surely I will! In some of the Old Lady's house wall.

Drakaran, m0og0o, Fredy, gimmix, Abyssis, crn, squeeze and Plays_4_Pants,
thanks a lot, friends!

Really a great honor for me to see so many GREAT artists posting here.
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  01 January 2004
Good Job !!!
Nice texture and model ... Respect ! painting style
  01 January 2004
No comments from me well done!

Reality is overrated...
  06 June 2005
What you do is just amazing! I love your textures - they're so real!

  06 June 2005
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