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    Default Stan the T Rex

    Happy Christmas Zbrushers,

    Some WIP from a project im working on for Dr Phillip Manning. Phil is one of the worlds leading paleontologists specialising in dinosaur anatomy using scar patterns on fossils to asses and calculate muscle attachment etc. Phil and his team use sophisticated tech to calculate muscle mass and weight and the images Im showing are the early results. The model will be used in printed publications along with some animation for a sequence in a national geographic produced documentary.
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    I like a dinosaur with guts....

    Nice work, as usual.


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    totally one of the coolest dino i have ever seen! Love it!
    The detail is just amazing and the level of realism is niceee!
    Awesome texturing work too!
    Top Row for me!

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    Thanks Guys..appreciate the feedback. This is a tough one as everything I do to the model..every tweak is inspected and commented on by academics before final approval...sort of sucks the joy out of working on it.
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    Whoa nice
    Dustin
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    great detail in the scales on the face - any trick to that, or just painstakingly sculpted?

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    Hi Ioster...

    Its a tried and tested old technique..

    Using mask I draw the scales....invert the mask...and use a mixture of inflate and other brushes.

    Hope this helps.
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    Very good dino, the texture looks great!

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    Thanks for the tip!

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    very nice work!
    i'm sure you get only the best reference material. lucky you!

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    awesome

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    Great Work! Great Tip for creating scales!...Only one question though... How can you work with those rainbows in your buttons! LOL
    "Y used to use Greebles like you, until I took an arrow in the Nurnie."

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    Thanks Guys,

    I have the glowing interface simply because it helps me see stuff in my peripheral vision. You should try it.

    And..a happy new year to all..bring on the fibres....I can do prehistoric mammals then.
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    model verygood! i like dino...

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    Like this design!

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