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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba91873 View Post
    Any chance of a welding brush for armored vehicles ? Zimmerrit patterns
    I've got a few more things planned including new brushes, alpha maps and tutorials that I need to finish first but I can certainly add it to my list

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    And how's this for a "crude welding seam" IM brush?
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    That would be a rather good weld actually and its a VERY good brush!


    EDIT: And I forgot I'm not supposed to respond in here. Hi Aurick! Sorry about that.
    Last edited by MealeaYing; 11-19-12 at 03:17 PM.
    nope...
    I don't know what I'm doing but I'm doing it anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valandar View Post
    And how's this for a "crude welding seam" IM brush?
    Thats a good step in the right direction and thank you for posting this, i'll give it a try out.

    What I currently do is make my vehicles in 3ds max and then bring them into Zbrush, but its quite difficult due to having to boost the polygon so high to get good welds seams. I'm aware of dynamesh retopo but it changes the siloutttes too much when reprojecting back to match up with the low poly for xnormal bakes.

    Here are a couple examples of weld seams from a Elefant spat to give a picture of what im after.
    http://data4.primeportal.net/tanks/d...t_18_of_83.jpg

    http://data4.primeportal.net/tanks/d...t_40_of_83.jpg

    thank you once again and happy thanksgiving.

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    This thread is mega. A big thank you to all the Insert Brush masters for sharing...

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    Default Alphabet MultiMesh Brush

    Hello All,


    I've wanted to post something up here for a while, and I had a simple idea that I thought could be useful.


    Sans Serif Alphabet MultiMesh Brush


    Handy for labelling, icons, or just interesting forms to construct a mesh out of.
    Each letter is available in two positions, laying down or standing up.
    Font is open-source.

    If there's interest, I will follow it up with a numbers and symbols brush next.


    Enjoy!

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    I give you an A for this brush! Thanks!
    "Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep." - Scott Adams

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    Thanks, sure will be very useful

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    Great alphabet brush.. Playing with it now. Thanks man...
    Last edited by SMacEwan; 11-23-12 at 05:09 PM.

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    Default Fence

    Have fun!

    BM_Fence_IMM.zip

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    Great! This thread is an awesome resource. I'll have to look through it in more detail, but IMM in 4R4 was the thing I learned that really made z brush start to sing for me about a month and a half ago. I've got to work on creating some of my own (brushes, that is) from the stuff I've been working on. Love it!

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    And playing with Insert brushes again, here's some maille brushes - top is King's Scale, middle is Byzantine, bottom is Box Chain.

    MailleBrushPresets.zip

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