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Author Topic: eMills Supers 3D Sculpts (Slugfest, Supersystem) Nov 5 '22  (Read 7969 times)

Offline Davies

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Re: eMills Supers 3D Sculpts (Slugfest, Supersystem) Nov 5 '22
« Reply #75 on: November 12, 2022, 08:48:00 PM »
I must confess that, when at first I saw your sculpts of the Count and Zoya, I though certain details in their anatomy are too exaggerated. As I am learning how to sculp in Zbrush, I use to sculpt soften details. Fortunately, your castings teach me how wrong I am. The details look fabulous and crisp, and it seems that I need to insist on some areas without fear of being too much sharp before printing them.  I suppose that, at the end, is a trial and error thing.

May I ask which printer you use? I am thinking in an Anycubic Photon Mono 4 for myself.

Offline eMills

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Re: eMills Supers 3D Sculpts (Slugfest, Supersystem) Nov 5 '22
« Reply #76 on: November 12, 2022, 08:58:45 PM »
I must confess that, when at first I saw your sculpts of the Count and Zoya, I though certain details in their anatomy are too exaggerated. As I am learning how to sculp in Zbrush, I use to sculpt soften details. Fortunately, your castings teach me how wrong I am. The details look fabulous and crisp, and it seems that I need to insist on some areas without fear of being too much sharp before printing them.  I suppose that, at the end, is a trial and error thing.

May I ask which printer you use? I am thinking in an Anycubic Photon Mono 4 for myself.
It is definitely trial and error. Sculpt some stuff, print and see what works. Adjust sculpt. Repeat. It definitely takes a bit to get used to what needs exaggerated and to what level.

Currently I use a Phrozen Sonic Mini 4K. I will be upgrading to the 8K soon though. Want to squeeze every last little bit of sharpness out that I can. I haven't checked in about 6 months but I believe the Phrozen printers still have the best pixel density (PPI or pixel size) on the market.

Offline fourcolorfigs

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Re: eMills Supers 3D Sculpts (Slugfest, Supersystem) Nov 5 '22
« Reply #77 on: November 19, 2022, 10:20:09 PM »
A perfect modern reimagining!

And I will try to reproduce that color scheme!
Scott P.
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