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Oh! This portrait is ace!

Even if the neck is thick, you immediately

recognize the actor. Great job.

Arigatou! ^_^

and I should widen forehead a little more. :D

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Top quality work. Did you sculpt the Iron Man in 3Dcoat or just paint?

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I am sorry to be absent for a while. :unsure:

Top quality work. Did you sculpt the Iron Man in 3Dcoat or just paint?

Hi Bisse :)

Ironman making flow ->

iDough on iPad (http://twitpic.com/2l8bk1)

-> 3DC voxel -> 3DC micro vertex paint (http://bit.ly/o2WfL8)

-> Photoshop

Hi LJB.

Thank you!! :yahoo:

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Fantastic and inspiring video. clapping.gif Great stuff!

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Fantastic and inspiring video. clapping.gif Great stuff!

Thank you! :thank_you:

It was my first 1-hour challenge.

I made in a hurry. :moil:

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to chris_solo:Thank you! :)

to Taros:Thank you! and the camera view...yes,I thought so too. But I don't have enough Knowledge for scripts :huh:

to Garagarape:Thank you! Bushin! I like Katuya Terada's Work :yahoo:

I added new image.

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That's excellent :clapping:

Which company's 3d printer did you use for that torso propped agasint the water bottle?

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That's excellent :clapping:

Which company's 3d printer did you use for that torso propped agasint the water bottle?

Thank-you ;)

3d printer

http://www.envisiontec.de/index.php?id=108

Ofcourse, I don't have this printer.

I used printout service.

that is beautiful output results .

And cheeper than other products.

One print $150

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Alien Blue...Abe?

really nice stuff and video! i hope to see others new works...

++Chris

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Excellent video and sculpt! well done Marupura :clapping:

I'm also amazed at just how much sculpting and detailing you did in the paint room.

I've never seen that before.I will have to give that method a try.

Thank you for sharing.

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Thanks for the video marupura, very instructive. I'm shocked, you spent very little time in the vox sculpt room and not much in sculpt room and yet the model look entirely believable with bump informations mostly. Great way to demonstrate the possibility of 3dcoat imho. I didn't know you could have such result with so little sculpt time. Good job (and nice model too !)

Did you use that method for Tom Hanks ?

But given subdivision 3d coat will let you displace the mesh in the paint room. Old skool 3D Coat workflow.

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Wow! amazing stuff you got here. Mad skills for sure.

It's very inspiring watching your videos. I only wish my Japanese was a little better.

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@Chris

Thank you! new work...I promiss next work.The weekend will probably. :rolleyes:

@BeatKitano

Thank you! :yahoo:

Yes, this workflow is oldskool 3Dcoat.But I think native 3Dcoat workflow (maybe) ;)

Applying material, and the sculpture can be done at the one stroke. It might be only 3D-Coat to be able to do it.

Tom Hanks...that was 100% voxel mode. Because It was the training of free Sculpture.

Because voxel is completely free. :good:

@Sandro Borg

Thank you! :thank_you:

This method is recommended because once you get used very fast.

@LJB

Thank you for your explaining instead. :good2:

@Phizter

Thank you! I am glad if this video is helpful.

I only wish my English was a little better. :wacko:

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Thank you for the good information!

3D print should just become cheap, fast and more easily :)

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Thank you for the good information!

3D print should just become cheap, fast and more easily :)

And bigger scale output. Not tiny little toy soldier sized stuff but models that are big...3ft long...

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Your last monster rocks!

very inspiring.

With this pose, he seems to be whispering a secret :)

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@ L'Ancien Regime

Yes,bigger scale. :yes:

3ft! I had no idea.

@ Garagarape

Thank you!

He can't smile without elf's princess. :D (from golden army)

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I add some image.

Today,I sculpted in Coffee shop.

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I will go home and to paint this.

And,I printed out "monster"

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The tool for assembling is due to be bought tomorrow.

I cannot keep waiting!

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awesome work! im a fan of your style. i like the way you sculpt your organics.

Alan.

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Awesome!

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Awesome work there!

Ha ha, I see you customized the interface

for it to fit Zbrush colors :)

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Hey Marupura, here's the best 3d printer company I found at Siggraph 2011 in Vancouver this year...they do the biggest and best models at a good price relatively speaking.

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@Alan f

Thank you!

"Sculpt in Coffee shop" was a very comfortable experience.

However, it was the battle with the battery residual quantity of a notebook PC :D

@gbball

Thank you! :thank_you:

@Garagarape

Thank you! ^_^

no,no. I didn't customize UI .

It is somewhat yellow compared with ZB. ;)

@L'Ancien Regime

Thank you for the nice information!

I think that it is a very good printer.

The running cost of that wants to know me.

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