WOW...Looking Great there Michalis...Beautiful study.
" It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men."
- Fredrick Douglass
My New Photography Website:
@wethand, why UVs? Very useful, even for internal use in zbrush. As for exporting, I won't spend all my time in BPR of course.
@chalkman, most of all artists, Alberto Giacometti, the man who showed me what "less is more" and "precise drawing" really means.
ZBrush Certified Instructor
My sketchbook: Etcher_Sketcher (thread overview on last page) - cliquez ici pour lire la version Française -
My ZBrush 4 Beta Thread (including ShadowBox Step by Step and videos) -cliquez ici pour lire la version Française-
My ZBrush 4 R 2 Beta Thread (including Dynamesh and Noisemaker tutorials) - cliquez ici pour lire la version Française -
Join me on Facebook
Etcher On YouTube: EtcherTube
Whatever you do, you turn it into something special!
Your renders are always mindblowing!
Damm it, how have you done it?
I don't have time for zBrush now..........oh, already started the program
Didn't knew Andrew Wyeth. Thanks for this little inspiring journey through beautiful art.
looks awesome love the color grading on the plant scene.
Happy ZBrushing! Greetings, Dominiek.
My sketchbook : http://www.zbrushcentral.com/showthread.php?165152-My-stuff
Thank you Etcher !
Thanks Knacki, how I did it? In 1-2 hours. This is the point of fibermesh and more importantly of the fixed cavity-ao masking with these brilliant additions. I just merged 5-6 cubes, moved them, reshaped them (clever W tool !!! wow) dynameshed and sculpted using a flattener and alphas mostly. I also used three 'layers' fibers. The third one as three passes (see the last pixolator's tutorial videos - the tree). Two materials, the one for the grass with waxshading enabled. One light only. I also layered a noisy grey texture in Ps (hard-light) to simulate some kind of GI and have warm-sepia like tones in shadows.
@earthtriber, thank you.
@strangehighways, thank you! yeah, earth tones, my favorite.
Thank you asecbrush!
Looks awesome. Very well done.