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Old 10-10-2008, 06:13 AM   #1
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zombie hipster - this is an old model that i've gone back to over the last week.
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Old 10-10-2008, 06:15 AM   #2
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Looks clean Arran.

Ditch the base and make a grave yard scene instead

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Old 10-10-2008, 06:30 AM   #3
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Looking good, don't forget his i-phone lol
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Old 10-10-2008, 07:55 AM   #4
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Nice man,

I'm starting to make a "cenobite" shoulodbe good fun once into Z, so should this too!
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Can't wait for some updates
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i'm with Jay, but i suppose that would come later right?

what happened to the guy with the chain and suitcase?
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thanks everyone.

jay - i was actually thinking of an alleyway scene, maybe with a dog chewing on his leg... a graveyard would be cool too. hmmm...

gster - yeah, a cenobite would be cool - you going to make one up?

chirone - i did some final renders, but i wasn't that happy with them. http://forum.simplymaya.com/showthre...&pagenumber=15

i'll probably go back to it, but at the moment i can't really look at it.
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Hey this should be a ton of fun once you get it in ZBrush.

Base mesh looks pretty good!
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hey here is a challange, why not try to make it none symatrical

Zombies are always none sumatrical

So far cool work
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yay zombie!

i just got done reading the basic premise of the 'marvel zombies' short on wikipedia... pretty interesting.

so yea we know you'll do a good job finishing this up, but then the real challenge begins... making him do the thriller dance!
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please post some close up wires of the hand would really like to see how you did that
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hey - sorry for the lack of updates - have been very ill with the flu.

started blocking him. feel like i should maybe try to re draw some of his typology as it seems kind of bad - thought you could do that in zbrush, tho not sure how.

also, zbrush doesn't seem to be shutting down anymore, which is kind of annoying. it just freezes after i tell it i don't want to save the doc. ugh. not a good week.
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murambi - here's a couple of shots of the hand. actually chopped off of my hotei project cos i was feeling lazy, so i need to do some work on them....
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the model looks really good. im not sure he looks to zombie'esque though.
zombiefy him
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