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    EEwwwwwwwwwwww Bas......

    Here is the model. MatrixMode shared the model. I sat down and made a UV layout. So here it is:
    uvtopo.jpg

    Lemo

    Click for download:

    The Model!
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    Lemo keep this Knot model for me, I will use it when creating your character for the zcomic...

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    Thanks to all for your contributions!

    Frenchy Pilou: didnīt see that before,but iīll check it out ,

    thanks for the tip.

    Ron Harris: youīre welcome ,and iīm looking forward to see

    that scene.

    lemonnado:the materials are jantimīs rusty metal and white

    iron ,but thanks anyway.

    Blaine91555: youīre welcome too.

    Thanks again to anyone ,got to eat some more knotwurst

    now , J.

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    Default @ Agent Smith!

    Cool try maybe the first of a long serial?

    @BAs : you have forgotten to pull the water!
    Is beautiful that please without concept! ( Me and maybe also E Kant)
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    as cubes ,still wings ,approximately 15 min each,still the same

    basic knots :

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    Here's some celtic knotwork I used in this thread:

    http://www.zbrushcentral.com/zbc/sho...2&page=3&pp=15

    I only did the alphas for the knotwork in MS Paint, though.
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    BAS! I was trying to eat my lunch!

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    Chillllllllllllllin

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    For those interested in Groboto, version 2.0 is available for download as of today;

    Groboto

    It's available for the first time on the PC.
    (images from the groboto site)

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    OK, I changed the color of my knot, I think it's more friendly now. It is real fun to see the way we look at a brown knot. Repeating the shape of a knot can be beautiful but looking at a single knot with a different background... flush it or (knotwurst) eat it.

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    Hahaha, you live in the wrong part of the world, my lunch is gone and I go to sleep

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    I can almost smell the iron. Great Job!

    Lemo

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    Frenchy Pilou - Nah, not really a series, just really trying to wrap my head around creating ZBMats.

    Thanks lemonnado & MatrixMode. This is a very cool TopMod mesh!

    ZBD_TopMod_002_final_1024.jpg

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    WingedOne:Thatīs nice.And provided that you painted it

    yourself itīs better than using a knot-generator ,at least

    from my point of view.

    Thanks again lemo .

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    Wow, you are truly talented at that, I love seeing all the different knotwork, and how welll you make everyone look.

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    National Geometrics:Strange geometry dumped into the oceans can provide artificial reefs which are readily accepted by the Lopygon, a subd fish species.
    fishihandles.jpg
    Lemo

    Here is the model and a UV map tif. ZBrush does not load that tif. So you have to use PS or something else. I tend to load it, create a second layer and fill that with the objects base color, then I adjust opacity to 95-98% so the UV mapping shines trough without affecting the drawing. When I wish to save the texture map, I set it back to 100% and the UV map guides vanish for that purpose. Viva la layers!

    The Object and Map
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