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    Thanks to ZBC and you guys!
    @cdizzle:In this case, I used the anchor point function. This is a feature that links up the new layer with the existing layer mask. Follow Allegorithmic on YouTube can get more knowledge about this. To achieve such an effect, it is more important to learn how to analyze an existing material. I got these from some pictures of Chinese antiques.

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    Thank you for the reply. The Anchor Point functionality is something that has been needed for some time. Lovely work!

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    Default A lion statue

    Hi,ZBC!
    As you know, I love Chinese classical culture and would like to introduce them to my friends all over the world. The statue came from a sketch I made a few years ago. I've had time to finish it recently. I hope you enjoy it.
    Designed,sculpted,rendered by myself.No Uv set,Textured with label functions of Keyshot.
    To simulate China classical-style bronze antique. But this one is original and there is no such sculpture in history. Unlike the lions I've created before,it has an aesthetic style of northern china: Big head, pointed ears, and curly hair/fur.In fact, the lion images of ancient China were not much similar to those of lions in real world.. There were no lions live in ancient china,a small number of lions are tribute to the emperor from foreign countries.But the image of the lion is deeply rooted in the hearts of the people,It comes more from the imagination of the our Chinese people.











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    More really great design and texture work.
    -Scott
    Formerly Known As Bingo Jackson

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    Once again Master-level Art. To be able to create this, you must really have deep roots in the Culture.
    The design and the texturing are flawless.
    Congratulations!

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    Cool Thank you ,my friends!

    Just like I said, I think our work has a "foundation" only if we know more about culture. Culture is not the result of decades.,but expresses the ideals of a certain kind of person in the long years. If our imagination can be combined with it, it will be vital.

    here is the marble version





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    Very nice work.
    Is it possible to reach to such a result by just a mouse and keyboard?
    I know that tablet makes the process easy but what if you don't have tablet and want to sculpt such a mesh.
    Can we do that?
    Consider that we use Zbrush 4R8.

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    Could you share your approach to marble in keyshot? - been trying with the included settings but the veins are hard to control and looks overkill in my attempts
    thanks in advance

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