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    Default Pixologic Release: ZBrush Learning Series - Modeling With Your Texture

    Please note: This tutorial uses ZBrush 2.
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    PIXOLOGIC PRESENTS THE NEW ZBRUSH LEARNING SERIES






    MODELING WITH YOUR TEXTURE




    In the second release of the ZBrush Learning Series you will learn how to use your texture as a starting point for modeling. In this video tutorial you will see how to make the most out of your texture map and how to streamline your modeling and texturing process.

    In this video we look at a new approach to modeling medium frequency details. Instead of sculpting your details and fitting your texture map around these details you can use your texture map as a base so that your sculpt and your texture painting are perfectly registered.








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    Special thanks to Shane Caudle of Epic Games for letting us use the image he created above using the techniques in these videos!

    Happy Pixoling!

    Ryan


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    This is a great tute, I used the same technique after wathcing the texturing video and its worked great.

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    Thanks Ryan for the tutorial!

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    nice! good one ryan, thanks for this
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    Awesome tutorial - you've made it look so easy. Now maybe I can beat Antropus at his own game...then again, maybe not. Thanks as always, Ryan!
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    Your killing me Ryan. Another outstanding tut. Thank you very much.


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    yeah, that's need to be downloaded

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    Much thanks for this. Gotta love these tutorials. Very, very cool.

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    I am not able to watch the movies in mov format i downloaded from zbrushcentral with the latest quick time player

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    just play it with media player it wil give some error at first but just press yes and it wil play
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    Guess I'm doomed... tried everything I know, which is not much. Tried Q-Time and got voice but no picture. Opened with Media Player and nothing happened. Really wierd. But thanks Ryan for putting this up. Maybe I can get it to work someday soon.


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    Thanks for the tutorial, really great idea you make it look easy! Look forward to trying this out some time....

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    I use this technique all the time now. I will post some examples soon.

    Tip note:
    Use high pass filter in Photoshop over your image. This keeps the bump map level subtle then use blur brush to soften areas to your taste.

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