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    Hello,

    A longtime lurker I thought I'd finally start posting some of my own projects involving Zbrush.

    First off a dragon foetus I did for Gothenburg Film Festival. Modelled in Zbrush mostly, rendered in 3ds Max and Vray, finalized in Photoshop.

    Thank you all for the inspiration on these forums!

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    Wow love it
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    Thank you!

    Another more recent project. Anaconda on engine for a truck company calendar. A cad engine was used as a dummy for posing the serpent. Later replaced with photographic engine in the final comp. Anaconda rendered in Vray/3ds Max.












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    Thank you!

    Another more recent project. Anaconda on engine for a truck company calendar.





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    Really love both pieces! Amazing!

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    that anaconda looks awesome dude!
    love the little dragon too..
    cool how you have handled the render

    cheers!
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    Amazing work! I especially loved the fetus.

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    you have released TWO MASTERPIECES (the anaconda and baby dragon)..top row works for me.

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    Many thanks for the kind words! Sorry for the double post. A result of the delayed initial review process of a first time poster. I cannot seem to remove that double post myself.

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    Great stuff, welcome to the forum.

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    WoW! The baby dragon and the python looks amazing! I like the realness in the python and the cool looking Baby Dragon Embryo. Very very cool stuff! Love it! I like the Baby Dragon more

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    Wow! Really amazing! I love to see how you did the treads in the yolk. They really add to the sense of reality!
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    Nowhow: The yolk threads and the internal veins in the dragon were imported from 3ds Max where I used a beautiful little plugin by Guruware based on:

    http://graphics.uni-konstanz.de/~luft/ivy_generator/

    The latter is standalone and you should be able to import obj's into Zbrush. You can define various growth parameters and boundaries. Quite fun to watch it grow in realtime. Would love to see something like this implemented in Zbrush. Fiber v 2.0?

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    @Elden,

    Ah yes great! I haven't used 3ds max for a few years now but the ivy generator is also included in Blender. Great use of the plugin!
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    Another one involving zsketch. From a series of images featuring concert house chairs in various strange circumstances...





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