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  1. DefaultFibermesh Parfait



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    Hey all,

    I haven't posted in a while. Luckily, I have been very busy. I started this Cassowary back in June when I was beta testing 4R4. I had to put her aside, only working on her here and there. I wanted to see how far I could push fibermesh assets, and after much noodling, I settled on this. Everything was created in Zbrush. Everything was rendered using BPR, and composited in Photoshop. I went OLD old school and created this as a forced perspective set. I created multiple layers of fibermesh plants and scaled each level to (hopefully) create the illusion of more depth in the background.

    As usual, comments and crits are welcome.
  2. kecaj rojam's Avatar

    I'm impressed, you have done everything in ZBrush, it will be goodness that invented this program!
    as you can see possibilities are endless depth to me at all work is wonderful no more words :-)

    Regars Kecaj

  3. sculptor.zb's Avatar

    Wow!! Jaw dropping work Congrats!!

    My portfolio | My Sketchbook |My Blog

    "The work will teach you how to do it. Just get going, every master was once a novice..."
  4. chris-carter's Avatar

    REALLY great use of the fibermesh here mate. Most impressive!

    Chris Carter (aka CgCarter)
    Modeler & Digital Sculptor
    http://www.cgcarter.com | Z4R4 Beta Thread | The Grenadier
  5. Slice's Avatar

    Hey my friend,

    Your work is really good-looking and thank you for sharing your workflow on the basketball, it is very useful to me.
    I would really (badly) like to see your workflow on the preparation on 3d printing, so if you could find the time in your busy schedule I would be very grateful!

    Cheers

    Portfolio website: www.ThijsdeBruijn.com
  6. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful artwork and techniques, man. So awesome!

  7. Nicademus68's Avatar

    How did you achieve the background. Was that done with individual meshes? The colours and composition are amazing....Thanks!