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    Great info there. Thanks for sharing.

    P.S. Congrats on TopRow!

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    Congrats and awesome work, Joe! I've been trying to figure out how you did some of that hard surface sculpting for awhile now (in fact, I was just trying to to accomplish something similar to what you described - but nowhere near what you achieved), wishing I could still just go over to your desk. Thanks for the video! I will have to study it.

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    Wow thanks for sharing your alphas. Those are going to come in handy!

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    thank you!~

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    Amazing work dude, i really hope i can to your level some day

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    great work. big thanks for sharing. the artist here are so generous.

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    Superb work man!
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    Fantastic work. Well deserved Top Row.


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    Great Great stuff, I love your work especially when it comes to details and mechanical elements. thanks for sharing

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    Congrats on the Top Row! Great stuff, thanks for sharing
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    Fanatasic work, thankyou very much for explaining your techniques and sharing your brushes/alphas. Love the level of detail in your models.

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    Really nice What brushes did you use for the clothing on the sniper? it looks really NICE

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    Thank you for sharing
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    amazing work man you are a PRO

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    Insane models man. was a real treat to see. Love them all.

    Could you give a break down of how you go from a high poly zbrush model to a lowpoly game model.

    I normally use topogun to retopo my initial sketch and fix up in 3d max and uv map then bring it over ZB to highres sculpt finer details but when I sudivide that mesh in zbrush it destroys (stretchs out my edge loops) my low poly model. In 3d max it subdivides fine with turbo smooth. I guess the main problem is i want to us my good lowpoly I made in max with maps(displacement or normal) generated from the ZB high poly. The ZB high poly always seems to have a different silhouette than a turbo smoothed mesh from 3ds max so even using xnormal gives strange results due to the different silhouettes.

    Sorry for harping on but its something I cant get my head around.

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