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My Creative Works
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Interested in more please let me know.
UPDATE:
Use them for studies, references, renders, etc.

Note: Characters can be used in any latest 3D software (Maya, 3ds Max, Lightwave 3d, Cinema 4D, Poser, Softimage XSI, trueSpace, Blender, Rhino3D, gmax, Modo, Mudbox, MotionBuilder, etc.) that supports .obj & .jpg file formats.

You can buy these models here:
http://3dexport.com/3dmodel-female-and-m...-36495.htm

http://www.fallingpixel.com/buy-female-a...odel/39346

http://www.3d02.com/Buy_Female_and_Male_...01555.aspx

Free Models:
http://www.turbosquid.com/Search/Artists/newartist

http://3dexport.com/search.htm?search_ke...den=478924

http://www.flatpyramid.com/search/stock-3d/newhere
Nice! What about some antialiasing in last pic?
Yeah sorry....that was a screen grab from Zbrush.
very well done indeed. i have zbrush on my pc just haven't spent time figuring it out.

would love to make models from scratch
Yeah...its easy to use once you get use to the tools in it. and adding all the needed details to a models works out better in it then any other program I know.
Will you teach us please? Because I for the life of me am still trying to figure out some things about it.
I am wondering how you rigged the figures. Which program did you use and is there a possibility of maybe sharing some of them? Smile
characters modeled, rigged, in Lightwave. Textures in Photoshop and details added in zbrush.
Ah nice, I actually took my first steps in rigging with Lightwave some time ago. I really like the program even though its a bit hard to get into at first, at least compared to Maya or C4D. I really hope to see more, always nice to see some custom stuff and not just the standard poser figures with standard poser outfits.
Thanks....will be making some more renders and vids hopefully soon. i'm trying to get into the virtual pin up/porn industry, so i figure why not start here.

Once again thank you all for the comments.
UPDATE:
Use them for studies, references, renders, etc.

Note: Characters can be used in any latest 3D software (Maya, 3ds Max, Lightwave 3d, Cinema 4D, Poser, Softimage XSI, trueSpace, Blender, Rhino3D, gmax, Modo, Mudbox, MotionBuilder, etc.) that supports .obj & .jpg file formats.

You can buy these models here:
http://3dexport.com/3dmodel-female-and-m...-36495.htm

http://www.fallingpixel.com/buy-female-a...odel/39346

http://www.3d02.com/Buy_Female_and_Male_...01555.aspx

Free Models:
http://www.turbosquid.com/Search/Artists/newartist

http://3dexport.com/search.htm?search_ke...den=478924

http://www.flatpyramid.com/search/stock-3d/newhere
Check stores now to get these characters half off.
Finally got one of my characters in poser with help from Darkseal. She will soon be online for purchase.
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Can't wait to see that. Will she be fully morphable (body shape, breasts, nether regions, etc)?
We are working on those now as i speak.
Ooh. Shweet.
Grats mate, looking really well done.
This type of engine reminds me of Unreal's early system. It adapts well to light and dark settings to any type of character model. Really fascinating tweaks can be done by the artist. What type of character is your favorite?
Btw, you working with Darkseal will mean that the figure will have "special" morphs aswell? Smile
lol Yup.
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