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Old 04-16-2009   #1
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Remember what is best in life! "To crush your enemies, see them driven before you... and to hear the lamentation of their women" (Our Lord Conan)

or my personal favorite:


- "What is it that a man may call the greatest things in life?"
- "Hot water, good dentishtry and shoft lavatory paper."

-- Cohen the Barbarian in conversation with Discworld nomads (Terry Pratchett, The Light Fantastic)







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Old 04-21-2009   #2
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Another update, trying to get the muscle structure in place, before I work on the droopy skin.
I want it to look like he was once strong, and you still wouldn't want to get on the wrong side of him

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still allot of work to do, the cane and the eyepatch are still ZSpheres, and need to add the base... probably a trolls head., oh , the arms boots and most of the clothing still needs sculpting

Also could someone give me a clue why I cant get this vid to play in my WIP?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-y5akIcoEeQ




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tumbleweed roll past as this WIP becomes a ghost town, only one mad inhabitant of this town remains... dribbling over his computer, sculpting in ZBrush until the early hours...

His legs still need a bit of work, and this probably isn't the mat cap I'm going to use, and hes eventually going to be standing on a trolls head, but any criticism will be greatly appreciated..

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Old 04-29-2009   #5
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Why you use this material? Its hard to see any details of the model. At least for me.
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Old 04-29-2009   #6
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Looks good, although that brassy material is quite difficult on the eye as Grubber said. As a fan of discworld too i like his one very much
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Thanks for the input guys, I'll take your suggestions to heart and try to find a different matcap.. heres an update:

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He holds the sword wrongly. Just take a look at the original image Other than that looks good!
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Strange what you cant see when your looking at something all day... the blade needs to be rotated so it will chop with the rotation of the arm, and he's needs to be holding it nearer to the hilt... Thanks Grubber
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