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    Default Making of fur.

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    Tutorial:
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    Variants of the fur with different alpha brushes:
    make_fur02.jpg

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    excellent stuff..thank you..but could you also supply the alphas?

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    please could i be cheeky and request that we could download these awesome fur alpha's

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    That is quite lovely and I thank you from the bottom of the happy regions of my brain for sharing this knowledge!
    "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a touch of genius — and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction." -E.F. Schumacher


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    Awesome. Thanks a lot for sharing

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    cool

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    Thanks a lot VoroN-art
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    Could you explain the different passes.
    why dodging and burning is for and why the different blurs are used.
    Is this to avoid noisy sculpts later?
    Thanks

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    is the result of experiments in photoshop and zbrush. attempt to make a brush for sculpting of the photo.
    with the help of "Dodge" and "Burn tool" create the individual strands, "Surface blur" creates a rough basis for relief. Upper layer with "Multiply"-effect of adding small details over the basics. "Gaussian blur" avoids unnecessary noise by using a brush in zbrush
    excuse my bad English
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    do experiment and get the best results!

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    YOu mind sharing those alphas? and or brushes?
    www.jojomondag.se

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    Yes, please share them so we all can enjoy it.

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    Cool thanks

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    Amazing technique Never seen this before... very useful tip, many thnx for sharing

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    I can see this as a solution to a hair problem that I have been having. Thanks

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    Isn't the whole point that VoroN-Art generously taught us to make our OWN unique alphas? Thanks for the very useful tutorial. I'm now going to chase my dogs and my old kitty around with my camera and give it a go.

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