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Fábio Pacheco Paiva

ZBrushCentral username: FABIOPAIVA

PINUP Turntable 2 I started from a standard base mesh, blocking out the forms in the low levels first, moving up only when it´s needed. For the hair I used a subd cube. In my studies I try to do it as simple as possible, not worrying too much about the technical stuff. AAYLA Turntable 1 I started from a standard base mesh, blocking out the forms in the low levels first, moving up only when it´s needed. For the hair I used a subd cube. In my studies I try to do it as simple as possible, not worrying too much about the technical stuff. CHILD CRYING Turntable 3 I started from a standard base mesh, blocking out the forms in the low levels first, moving up only when it´s needed. For the hair I used a subd cube. In my studies I try to do it as simple as possible, not worrying too much about the technical stuff. GIRL Turntable 4 Standard base mesh again, blocking out the forms first, not looking for details. For 'clean skins' like this I use a lot the Clay brush (at high subdivisions) and the Smooth brush with a strong intensity. For the clothing, it´s actually divided into to pieces, both of the a cube like geometry. BEDOUIN Turntable 5 Standard base mesh. 4 more subtools: 2 for clothing, 1 for the eyes and 1 for the base. It´s very important that you get a good likeness in the very beginning, even with only a few polygons. HAND HOLDING FLOWER Turntable 6 A very simple basemesh made in XSI. Extruded the fingers off of a cube basically. Everything else was made in zbrush. For the flower I used zspheres with radial symmetry. ARTIST"S PROFILE Currently I´m working at a brazillian 3D/Art school called Melies teaching zbrush, but I also do freelance job. I actually don´t think too much about "life goal" that much. What keeps me going is the love for what I do.  BUt working for a movie or game company has always been a dream. The first time I opened ZBrush I got really scared. Couldn´t sculpt anything more than a 'ameba sphere'. Pretty awful. But now I see the beauty and freedom of it and I just can´t get tired of working on it. I´m very greateful that this tool came up in my life. Email: fabioppaiva@gmail.com   Website: http://fabioppaiva.blogspot.com/
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