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    Good Gracious Man!!! Is it even legal for someone to be this good????

    Absolutely stunning work!!!! Thank you for sharing. Dan.

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    Turntable picture.
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    Good Gracious Man!!! Is it even legal for someone to be this good????

    Absolutely stunning work!!!! Thank you for sharing. Dan.
    Dan, Thank you for your kind words!
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    Hello Leonid! I tried to contact you (skype, vk), but to no avail (

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    Nikolai, hello!

    I am a long time did not appear on the network.
    Until now, I can not survive the death of my Mom.

    It's hard...

    There are my e-mail, which is listed on many sites.
    On Facebook and VK as well.
    I sent you a request to Facebook.

    Sincerely, Leo.
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    Dear Leonid!

    My sincere condolences! I wish you lots of strength!

    "What you own deep in your heart, you cannot lose by death." Joh.Wolfgang Goethe




    P.S.
    Your art is so beautiful!
    Powerful and graceful.




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    Leo, It's always such a pleasure when you post.
    Delighted to see you return.

    Warmest wishes.
    ......Nobody tries to be lah-di-dah or uppity--There's a cup-o'-tea for all.

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    Leo,
    I am so sorry to hear about your Mom. I lost my Mom many years ago and it still hurts to this day. I hope you can move through the grief and continue your fantastic work.

    God Bless you sir. Dan.

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    Ronald, thank You for your friendly support. And your kind words.

    Mark, Thank You very much!

    Dan, your words it has the support of a friend in a difficult moment. Thank You!

    God Bless you my dear friends.
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    Default Atlas I.

    This is not an upgrade. This is the first option.



    Furniture decor. 3D model for the CNC milling machine.
    Created in programs MoI, ZBrush. Private order.

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    Default Making High Quality 16bit Grayscale Depth Maps in Adobe Illustrator+Photoshop for ZB

    Hi, I am new to posting as well. I have spent the last 2 years learning ZBrush when I can.

    Coming from a graphics design background I have been searching high and low trying to find "best practices" for integrating my old Adobe Illustrator Assets into my new ZBrush workflow.

    One of the ways I have been exploring is sign making from existing images both vector and raster and converting to something usable in ZB. 16bit Grayscale Alphas is the way to go... but there are alot of little details that are just not very apparent or available on this topic I have come across. At least not Using Adobe Illustrator+Photoshop to ZBrush workflows.

    I know your post is 4 years old, and I hope this reaches you... I took the image you posted and converted the depth data into this ZB file... really using the make 3D function in the Alpha tab.

    I am very interested in seeing how you created this Depth map from start to finish. Would you be willing to demonstrate the process?


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    I use Illustrator and GIMP which is a raster software much like Photoshop. GIMP has features that really help in the making of height maps.
    Here's a youtube video showing how I make height maps in GIMP
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8bfy-YPIPxY

    There's more to what I do than just that but that's the basics. I use Illustrator to do 2 Dementional outlines on separate layers and save as a psd file and open it up in GIMP to use various tools to create gradients for height.
    I have GIMP set up as my zaplink program and it works good.

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    Decor for furniture's doors.



    The bas-relief is based on "Morgan Dollar".
    Ø = 220 mm. Private order.
    MoI, ZBrush.
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    Exquisite work Leo.
    Always much to admire in your craft.
    A Phrygian cap, I must get one for the cold weather.
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    Absolutely stunning work! I have shown your work in this thread to several people now and I always get a Ohhhhhhhhh, then a gasp. You have the ability to just capture an on-lookers eye. What a gift. Myself... I just can't quit looking at it!!

    What part was done in MoI and what part was in ZBrush?? Thanks for sharing Leo. Dan.

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