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    Default Prehistoric Animals - Nautiloid and Helicoprion

    These extict animals are part of the CGPortfolio Prehistoric Shark Texturing Mini-Challenge at CG-Society. The raw 3D models are from the great Idaho Virtualization Laboratory.
    I have increased the grade of detail and textured them in ZBrush. For example I've added detailed eyes, a hood for the nautiloid, some micro teeth to the sharks whirl and for sure scratches, folds and surface details.
    The final renderings are done with Octane Renderer.

    The Nautiloid



    The Helicoprion



    I hope you like them.

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    Nautiloid render from another angle:



    Some flatcolor views of the Nautiloid's textures directly from ZBrush:






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    And some views of the Helicoprion:







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    These look really great! I am really digging the Nautiloid. Keep up the great work!

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    very cool creatures.especially The Nautiloid.like it.

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    Where on the site did you find them? Cause I think that would be fun to try out and do just for fun.

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    Thank you guys! I really appreciate it!

    btw:
    I've won the challenge with my Nautiloid. I'm happy.

    @mrmedellin
    There is a link to the forum thread on the top. You can find them there.

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