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Thread: Sculpting a 3D model of Freddy in Zbrush (Video)

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    Amazing talent you have there Ralph, awesome video

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    Thanks so much Vandit!

    Here's a pretty major update on the head btw:


    I still didn't get to any detail sculpting yet, mostly just proportions. I just wanted to capture a Fred-like expression before going in and worrying about any of that

    Let me know what you guys think of it so far!

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    Crazy good! I still would like to see some Robert likeness but so killer man.

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    Thank you sir! Trying to get as much of him in there as I can :P But man, he's got a hard face to capture I definitely think I know what areas to touch on to improve the likeness though. More soon!

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    Well i am not sculptor but the thing that stands out for me is the chin. I wonder if you can purchase lifecasts of people on zbrush or that would help at all.

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    I agree, the eyes, chin and the general jaw area need quite a bit of work But I won't rest until I capture him properly :P

    Not sure about the lifecasts, that would be awesome though!

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    Can you scan 3d items into zbrush?

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    great job man!!
    "No no no don't be afraid this time it isn't one of your nightmares this one was mine"

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    Thanks Cassie!

    @ Born of Fire: I can't scan items into Zbrush directly, due to me not having a 3D scanner (sadly). Zbrush does accept the 3D files generated by 3D scans though.

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    Very nice coming along good great job.

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