View Full Version : Merry X-Mas and a happy new year (with textures and ZScript)
All the best to all visitors of this forum, to the moderators, to Pixologic and Ofer Alon.
I know, its a bit late for a christmas picure, but i wanted to finish it first. :)
I hope you like it and drop me a line about what you think. :)
here are 2 closeups from the original size:
the ""teddy" is made of ZSpheres - textured and detailed in preview mode:
Well, I hope you can enjoy these days with friends and family. I whish everyone a peaceful new year! ;)
and as a late christmaspresent i uploaded 3 textures, 2 of them are used in that scene. Use them for whatever you want - i made them with my cam. :D
Additional, i uploaded a ZScript that shows the way of texturing using decobrush. In the script youŽll be asked for a texture. Just load one of the cloth-textures. Hope its useful. :)
This is so so realistic. I can not believe my eyes. Wonderful job.:tu::tu::tu::tu::tu:
Merry Christmas and Happy New to you Froyd.
very thanks, vlad! Im glad you like it :D
12-28-04, 04:53 PM
That is a very original piece of work , nicely executed ! :tu::tu::tu:
I really like the clarity of the teddy's textures. Doesn't look like a zb render!
12-28-04, 05:35 PM
aww that's cute, best of wishes to the team and community! :partysmiley:
oh and thanks for sharing those textures ofcourse :)
12-28-04, 06:31 PM
Amazing ...simply amazing friend....best wishes...
12-28-04, 06:45 PM
Very Cool Picture!:D
Thank you so much for the present!
love the textures.
I loved the teddy from the beginng and the picture turned out great in the end. :D
12-28-04, 08:43 PM
Really Cool Teddy...and its texture...can you tell us about your technique?
12-28-04, 08:59 PM
I love it! Great details in the texture, and the lighting are realist!
12-28-04, 10:35 PM
very cute! great use of those textures! What mapping did you use?
12-28-04, 11:10 PM
Thx for the image and the gift!
beautiful work!Never to late for quality.
12-29-04, 01:29 AM
The toys are lovely, i like the scene itŽs so real. only one question: the final render is made in ZB?
Fun image and nice texture-mapping, Froyd:tu: ...in the original render there is a
lot of empty space, was that intended or did you misjudge your canvas size ?
thanks for the gift o :D
Wonderful image :tu: :tu: :tu:
12-29-04, 04:05 AM
Great image! I really like the texturing. Thanks! :)
thank you all for your kind comments :D
I did everything in ZBrush, including rendering. For the texture i used the Deco-Brush, one of the greatest tools in ZBrush.
I made a little ZScript and hope it explains the workflow - its quite simple.
ZScript moved to post#1
Thanks again, your all very kind :)
12-29-04, 10:25 AM
Hey your textured fabric is really nice! It reminds me of some of the fabrics that were used in the Incredibiles movie! Good work!
Excellent use of imagination and Deco Zbrush.
I do have one comment. Too much empty space in your original post. Is that intentional?
VERY GOOD WORK NONE THE LESS!!!
Thx alex! I didnt whatch Incredibles yet, hope i can soon! :)
You and Jantim think there is too much empty space... I didnt want to put them directly in the middle. Also the Picture was intended as a christmascard so i wanted a bit room for text. I didnt realize that the space might be too big - i looked good for me like it was, also wthout text. So you can say it was intended :)
btw, aminuts: mapping method is AUV-Tiles with a ratio of 12.
12-29-04, 03:01 PM
So cute. Great 3D piece. :D
Thanks for the gifts.
Hitaru No Models
12-29-04, 04:21 PM
I am absolutely amazed by this you are great thanks for the script and textures have a very great new year!
12-29-04, 07:39 PM
Very beautiful, a great gift and a good lesson for all of us. I am amazed by the ingenuity of this piece. Very intelligent indeed. Thanks and a happy new year to you too!
12-29-04, 08:40 PM
too bad my system can't keep up at the beginning when you subdivide so many times :( needs more ram - oh the precious!
edit: did get too see it eventually, shows you guys have far faster pc's :)
12-30-04, 03:51 PM
magnificent piece of art... I also saw that huge picture, you really got it down... great job, thx for remainding us of the little things :)
very thanks, im really glad you like it :D
Lunchbox, I only divde so much to use the texture intensity for masking and inflating, just to get a cloth-relief onto the surface. I hope you are able to see what happens till this point, because thats the important part about the texturing. :)
12-31-04, 08:07 AM
froyd, I repeat: FUNtastico :D
BTW: all here and overthere -- Happy New Year 2005 from little snowy (now bit rainy) Czechia...
Vaclav aka Abyssis
01-01-05, 01:00 AM
Lovely picture, both thumbs up! :)
Sadly i'm not able to view the script because of my bad computer (only 512mb ram, during the division it dies). Is it necessary to divide many times to get this level of detail?
Thanks Abyssis and Abendarush! Its a pity that you cant whatch the script completely. But maybe you can work around with a little trick: Open the textfile "teddytexture.txt", press ctrl+f and type in [IPress,Tool:Geometry:Divide]. You should find 4 lines with this command what means that the mesh is divided 4 times. What you can do is deleting one line, if that doesnt help, delete another. The result will be of course not so much resoluted, but the detail should be visible. I hope that helps a bit!
01-02-05, 02:55 PM
Textures are magnificent ! Impressive of realism, and touching excessively. Congratulation for your work. :tu:
01-03-05, 12:04 PM
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