Zaghrat 04

thank you HoOman for breakdown …i say it again
TOP ROW is what you deserve for this piece…
amazing job…

Good modeling
good texturing
good light
good compositing
Great Job!

Freakin Amazing! thanks for the workflow!

Thanks for the breakdown.
you have an amazing skill. Really good stuff
Imo you should be top row :+1:

top row!

This is indeed Top Row material, I take my hat of for you sir. thanks for the elaborate tutorial and curious what your next project will be.

Thank you for the extensive breakdown!
Nice use of tools and features within the Zbrush pipeline.


Thank you for taking the time and effort to explain your development and production steps.
You are very generous to share in the way that you have – clear thinking and clear presentations throughout. First and foremost though your results are very satisfying!

Flawless work! :+1:small_orange_diamond:+1:small_orange_diamond:+1:small_orange_diamond:+1:small_orange_diamond:+1:small_orange_diamond:+1:
Thanks for sharing that awesome breakdown!

That is fantastic, thanks for sharing your process.

very cool detailed models

very cool!!!

Hard work…amazing. Congratulations!

Real nice. I love the final result. Thanks for the breakdown. What tool did you use for UVs?

Ali omidzadeh

Thank you for your kind words


thanks mate.actually im working on a game project right now,but i’m looking for a good long vacation for a project :smiley:

ty. I used Maya for muscles then used Keyshot’s boxmapping for the main body

Awesome work and very nice breakdown! Thanks! :slight_smile:

First great job, love the concept, workflow, execution and final product
Second, Thanks for sharing your process - the presentation of your workflow alone merits top row

Sure we will see the steps and breakdown posted and reposted on Pinterest. Well done and congrats on Top Row

Please let me be your Student hahah!! seriously, nice work man!!!, my gosh veryyy cool! i want to learn from you!:confused:

Hey man its great job :+1:, Good luck dear .:smiley:

Sweet Lord Almighty, reminds me of this classic gem:

PLEASE A TUTORIAL, just some of your techniques…

Thanks so much for sharing.