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Zbrush Self Sculpt - 3rd Attempt
show user profile  cbflex
I've nearly finished my book on Anatomy and decided to tackle this project one more time.
Please tell me how I'm doing and what I can do to really make the model more photorealistic.
I took these photos of myself (in underwear lol) to use as reference. Good think I'm into Body Building :P


Zbrush 2017



Here are the Turntable Videos.
I made two video of the Head, one in Low Poly, one in High, and two of the entire body, one in Low Poly, and one in High.

Head: Low Poly


Head: High Poly


Body: Low Poly


Body: High Poly

ALL FEEDBACK WELCOME!
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5/14/2017 9:57:37 PM (last edit: 5/14/2017 10:03:48 PM)
show user profile  herfst1
The stomach and legs are not bad but the face, chest, lower back, wrists armpits and a whole bunch of other smaller areas need a tonne of work.

Having said that, you're in a good position here to zremesh, go very low poly (about a 1/4 your current low poly count) and get the silhouette correct. Only once you've got that right should you bother going higher poly.
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5/15/2017 11:41:27 AM (last edit: 5/15/2017 11:41:27 AM)
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