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Old 02-11-2004, 05:41 AM   #1
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Cool Kisslip monster :p

This is actually modeled and textured in zbrush which i finally got (lit and rendered in maya though). I though I'd show you guys my first steps with this weird, odd, crazy, great and awesome app anyway . Feel free to laugh your ass off

Not sure what direction to take this if anywhere as I'm just learning the app...
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Old 02-11-2004, 05:42 AM   #2
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I dont know if id want to take a big wet kiss from that guy..
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hahaha I love it mate.... I want to get Z brush soon as well.=)
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Great model there K. I was wondering, could someone exp,ain to me a bit more about Zbrush. I have heard alot about it lately but I still dont know anything (hope that makes sense)

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These demo videos were the first blood for me: http://pixologic.com/zbrush/media_links/movies.html
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ZBrush looks like a cool program. So basically is it like a sculpting program? Thats what I saw in the videos atleast was alot of sculpting. Anyways I am still trying to master maya (not sure if thats possible :-)) so I will stick with it for now.

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cool character - nice fat and sloppiness - really has an organic feel. Can't wait to start with zbrush. I've tried to do some refining of maya models and am working on one now but so far I haven't done any pure modelling in zbrush. Looks like fun.
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