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UH 60 Main Rotor

Flawless! You hid the ‘Jesus Nut’ under the rotor cap, as is proper…

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@Markkenz Thank you :smiley:

Wow! So much detail. Great job. :see_no_evil: :hear_no_evil: :+1:

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@christophersarts Thank you :smiley:

Very detailed, very nice. :+1: :+1: :+1:
Any idea how many hours you’ve dedicated to this?

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Thank you @Doug_Jones :smiley: I’m sorry but I really don’t know how many hours I’ve spent on this project so far. I can say I started the main rotor in February. However, there has been days I’ve spent 16 straight hour on it for weeks at a time. And other times I was unable to work on it for weeks.

Dang! Love it. So much detail.

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@cosmo212 Thank you :smiley:

I know that’s right, again, great work! Dedication to something can pay off.

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Awesome work Henry ! By the way, Thanks a lot for your great tutorials about building the road grader, excellent hard surface modeling tips there, I highly recommend them .

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Thank you @zzeebee :smiley: I’m glad you enjoyed the road grader tutorial. I am currently working on two ZBrush hard surface tutorials. One of them being the main rotor of this helicopter. Still really new to making tutorials, so I am happy to hear people are finding value in them.

Well, you did a great job with the tutorials and I am looking forward to the ones about the helicopter. Great modeling on the helicopter, and that rotor assembly is just awesome !

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I keep looking at your last renders over and over…and it’s incredible the amount of tiny details you’ve added to the body. Impressive!!
Jaime

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Really appreciate the kind words and noticing all the details. Thank you so much @Jaime :smiley:

Also look at the textures of the rotor. You can even see the slight wear and tear and fading on the edges that are probably a little more exposed to airflow. Hyperrealism :smiley:

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Hello everyone!

Just finished wrapping up the hard surface ZBrush tutorial of the UH-60 Main rotor. Its over 70 videos with 9+ hours of ZBrush Hard Surface Techniques. If anyone is interested in checking it out, I’ll leave a link to a short promo video and a link to the tutorial. :smiley:

Promo Video:

Tutorial Link:

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Excellent work! Can’t wait to see more!

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@ZMichael Thank you :smiley:

Wow, great job and sky high details. :+1:t2:

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Thank you :smiley: @indranil_show