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    Thank you all for your comments!!

    How did you do the render in zbrush/photoshop?
    Very simple - I click on the button "best render" and wait what happens.

    If my Zbrush does not crash down while rendering, I export the file as PSD and go on in Photoshop.

    Abuot the rendering, maybe the red material can have a subtle environment reflection to take away that cg phongy effect.
    Could you please explain how I can do that?
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    That bike is really cool -- something that you don't see done with ZBrush very often. I'm sure the community would love it if you could share more info about your techniques. Maybe even a step-by-step?

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    Wow, great work on the bike! Especially, considering the fact that it's all ZBrush. Would love to see some closeups and Wip shots (lo-res to high res)of complex parts like the chain, chainrings, cassette and derailleur. !

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    Really nice. I used to mtn bike race and I would have loved to race a mtn bike like this, although this looks more like a downhill bike.

    Pixologic should put this on the "Top Row"? It would be nice to see something up there instead of orcs and monsters. lol.

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    Hi again! Thank you very much!!
    although this looks more like a downhill bike.
    Yes, or an "All-Terrain-Bike" with the possibility to ride some high-speed trails.

    Well, I will post some more pics of the bike and I have saved some steps while working. So I can put it together in a Step-by-step.

    Tonight I made a small step-by-step about the chains. It seems,, that it is the most interesting part for you. But it is very simple.

    I hope you like it.

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    And you said that you don`t know much about Zbrush so far! Buch mit 7 Siegeln..hmm.
    Fantastic work!

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    That is nothing short of insane, how is this not on top row.

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    Buch mit 7 Siegeln..hmm.
    Also mindestens eins mit 6 .....

    Here 1st WIP.
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    Amazing bike dude!

    Blows me away that this was done completely in Z brush, definitely showcasing the versatility of the software.

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    Awesome tutorial! Thank you so much for sharing. This is great to see people using Zbrush creatively. I have a quick question about the bends, did you use the rotate tool? Thanks again, Great work, clean stuff.
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    @Abberant: which bends do you mean?

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    How many polys is the entire model?


    oh! and I think I found a bit you missed - The inner tubes don't have any valves

    Then again, perhaps they're tubeless?

    Blah whatever... Top row!!

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    This is amazing! Now I know, there is nothing impossible with ZBrush!

    Maybe the most important question is How long did it took to model it?

    Thanks for the chain tutorial!

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    Maybe the most important question is How long did it took to model it?
    4 nights.
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    Alter Verwalter

    That is sick and also really fast if you did that in 4 nights.

    One question though. I suppose you did all the cables with ZSpheres, right?

    Top Row for sure!

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