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    Here's a little update on the FiberMesh and I'm calling it done.



    Chihuahua Love shows a nice contrast between the little fragile dog and wrestler. I'm dedicating this to the legendary WWF superstar of the 80s George "The Animal" Steele.

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    outstanding modeling and composition!
    can you please tell me how did you set the two different textures into the t-shirt?

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    fantastic work

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    A great piece Rudy nice work on the fibers, cheers mate!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ErnestoBaxter View Post
    outstanding modeling and composition!
    can you please tell me how did you set the two different textures into the t-shirt?
    Thanks ErnestoBaxter. If you are refering to the fabric pattern of his shirt than this is done in NoiseMaker (Tool palette, Noise). I used my UV map for the noise projection.
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    Heyhey Maarten, thanks bud, appreciate it!

    Here's a little Zbrush Movie Record of the FiberMesh.

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    great job Rudy

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    thatīs where my doubt lies, I would love to see your UV map, would you please show it??
    Iīm trying to do a similar t-shirt with the same fabric pattern but it goes wrong all the time.

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    Thanks Magda!
    Ernesto: Here's an image from a tutorial I wrote for 3DTotal. Don't know when they publish it, but I explain a few ZBrush techniques. Look at the UV-layout and imagine the stripe pattern laying on top of it. The borders are cut and laid out straight. Hope it helps, good luck!
    Btw, the UV-layout is the one from the actual shirt but the Maya wire frame I just used to illustrate the steps making the UV-map.

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    thanx a lot rudy, it will surely help me!

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    I'm curious. How do you make your skin textures?

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    well done rudy, fantastic work.

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    love it mate congratulations to top raw!! well deserved
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    Awesome,great job Rudy

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    Great work , I love it

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    congrats on toprow!! amazing stuff here, btw i really enjoy this last piece, lovely artwork!

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