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. IV by Zeezal . IV by Zeezal
Spent "a lot" more time on this piece than I normally do but I wanted to really test myself. Made entirely in Photoshop from scratch.
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BengaliBolognaBieber Mar 23, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
This is possible the most sick thing I've ever seen.
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MikoyaNx Mar 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
holy shit.
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Dude... this is just... stunning.
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:iconzeezal:
Thanks, man. It's one of the few pieces I've made that I'm actually quite happy with. :D
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Mehbrzd Feb 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice, a shorter way of doing this or atleast having a base picture to go off it to used 3DS Max or C4D
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Yeah I've been aware of C4D for a while now and have been planning to branch out into it for ages. I'm just waiting until I get myself a decent custom build desktop so I can take full advantage of the software and not have to be waiting decades when it comes to render times.
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Mehbrzd Feb 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yeah, that sucks when your computer can't handle that type of stuff, mine on the other hand has 24gb of ram and a gtx 560 in it which does the job great, while i still would like to have a better cp my i7 2600k but its good, if i ever could i'd jump from that cpu to a motherboard with dual xeons as they are ... nice...
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Haha, pretty decent setup and that's around the same price range I'm currently looking at. My little first gen M11X only has a tiny 1.3GHz processor in it so it can be painstakingly slow at times, even with tasks most computers find easy.
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Karl97 Feb 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
HOLY FUCKING CHRIST!!!
THAT'S EPIC MAN!!!
Teach me how do this <3!
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Haha, thanks. All it takes is the pen tool and a lot of patience for the majority of it. The rest is just fine tuning (shading/lighting/depth/)etc.
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