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  07 July 2004
Middle age man...


Modelled in Lightwave... some details added in ZBrush 2.0:

This one is ZBrush render but final one with textures will be rendered in Lightwave of course!

What do you think so far?


The ripper
Observation is the key
  07 July 2004
The ZBrush additions to the model look great Incidentally, what poly count did you export from LightWave as? Or did you do your dividing in ZBrush itself?
  07 July 2004
You're back!!! Excellent modelling as always! I'm looking forward to your texturing work with him.

Can i see the wireframe?

Keep up the awesome work

P.S. What happened to your woman who you have been working on?

Last edited by Keddy : 07 July 2004 at 01:16 AM.
  07 July 2004
That is an excellent piece of work. Now if you can be a bit more specific as to exactly what details were added in zbrush, I would really appreaciate it. Great work.
  07 July 2004

If you check over on spinquad.com you'll see the original model before zbrush, which in it's self is excellent.

Beautiful work Ripper. Am totally in awe.

  07 July 2004
When... I... look in the... mirror...

That is great!
Me too for wires.
Future pathfinders, eye-heart looking, stone into Light
  07 July 2004
AWESOME!!! as always.
Do I suppose the pores and wrinkles are thanks to ZBrush? how long is the render?

  07 July 2004
Thanks a lot people!

Leigh: Thx... subdivision was done in ZBrush.

Keddy: Thx... here's the link where you can see the base model: http://www.spinquad.com/forums/show...p?threadid=2223

Vizion: Thx... just compare the base model with the Zbrush one
Observation is the key
  07 July 2004
wow. the model you posted on spinquad was already great looking work, but this is just fantastic.
face and head. | strange behavior.
  07 July 2004
Yet again you achieve another masterpiece of modelling, you certainly picked up Zbrush easily enough, I thought maybe the ear was too fleshy but having googled and the 1st image I saw the ear looks perfect :-


Can't wait to see this textured, anxiously awaiting updates...
Scott Martin

Life in Black and White
  01 January 2006
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