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    Default ZFLOW= chocolates

    Hellooooooo, so.... new to the forum and quite new to zbrush as well, hope to keep coming by!

    Finally posting a fun work I did last year for Lacta chocolates at PlatinumFMD!
    We called it the Zflow project, we tried some experiments with phothography and real flow but we werent getting the specific result the brief was asking of us.... so....zbrush! yey!

    Rendered with Vray and MaxwellRender... composed and retouched in photoshop

    LACTA-Splash-morango.jpg


    LACTA-Splash-chocolate.jpg


    Some Wip process in zbrush
    Z_chocolate_wip.jpg

    Image in higher resolution can be found at www.platinumfmd.com.br

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    great looking. how did u go about doing it?

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    fantastic render..congratz

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    looks SOOOO TASTY! love it! <3

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    Nice to see Zbrush being used for something besides characters!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GX@W
    great looking. how did u go about doing it?
    Wow ,Thank you! I did some concept sketches, wich I dont have on me right now, but after that was sort of aproveded by the angency,
    i used zspheres to create a really basic branch bone structure and then it was all zsketch work .... then turned to poly and retouched

    this is and image of a wip from the zsketch
    ScreenHunter_02 Apr. 16 19.44.jpg

    hope it answers!

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    yes please.! some "how i did it pics".. !!

    did you make the fluid in realflow first then export it out as a mesh? (if even thats possiable)
    http://shadowship.blogspot.com/

    a whoosh and twinkle is better than a sizzle and splat

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    Ok i think this image might explain it better!
    Do excuse the concept, Im not the studios concept artist, but i try to duddle sometimes.... anyway
    Real Flow was not used, i did do some tests in it, but it was too time consuming and wasnt getting the result i wanted, better yet wasnt getting to what the client wanted.

    Z_chocolate_wip2.jpg

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    looks good!

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    That's possible tyrellcorp, not sure if directly, but it's possible to use another program to export it as .obj
    interesting work anyways ^^

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    nice, how many subtools are using, (each dot/splash is a unique subtool?)

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    Great stuff. The previous company I worked for used ZBrush for a very similar commercial, only it was cream. Don't you just love ZSpheres? We weren't smart enough to use sketch though. haha
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    Very excellent example of Zbrush being used in the advertising industry. Should go Top Row just for that, and that fantastic render.


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    Glad you guys enjoyed it

    There are only 3 subtools: chocolate, cream and flavor

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    so this wasnt animated? its a still image?

    also what kind of materials did you use to get that "chocolalely" look
    http://shadowship.blogspot.com/

    a whoosh and twinkle is better than a sizzle and splat

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