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    Cool image !

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    Landscape 50x70 | Zbrush & Photoshop
    Six subtools, rendered in BPR using HD geometry and multiple passes.
    Hope you like it!

    Last edited by LVXIFER; 02-20-13 at 02:02 AM.

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    @PFC,Chalkman,bfgnz,Magbhitu,Philuxius..thx you guys!

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    A-a-a-a-a-a-a!!!!!!my braine blow up)))so cool.Dam you good.How you do this.Pleas help anderstand how you render your pictures.And sorry from my languege i am ukranian.last one my favorite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yorikus24 View Post
    A-a-a-a-a-a-a!!!!!!my braine blow up)))so cool.Dam you good.How you do this.Pleas help anderstand how you render your pictures.And sorry from my languege i am ukranian.last one my favorite.
    Thx you very much.
    To answer u usually i like to play with lots of levels of the same image in Photoshop with various masks too.T
    o do this i render using BPR to have maps for: depth,shadow,AO,mask and i render the same image also with different materials
    and different polypainting/texturing so i can mix all these together to have some cool effect and chose what i like the most after playing with them.
    This is the approach of lots of zbrush users. Never tried to export this models for Vray or Mental ray render engine basically because my models
    have lots of polygons difficult to export even if with displacement maps or using decimation master (maybe someone can give me some suggestion).

    At the end i prefer the rendering inside Zbrush because it is perfect for illustration and it is fast too.
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    Thx you.I think you more beter user in fotoshop.But i still study.Hope one time i do sothin good)))

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    Very nice! I like the goo look on the floor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bfgnz View Post
    Very nice! I like the goo look on the floor.
    thx you mr

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    Fast illustration of the night, ZB&PS as always..so much fun!


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    Brilliant as always ... Really love this one, amazing colors!

    Cheers, David
    And so we came forth and once again beheld the stars.
    - William Styron, Darkness Visible

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    Brilliant !!! Well done !

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    Hey that one came out really nice with colors!

    Nice work man!
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    @chalkman, kargall,tonare thx you guys, glad u like it..it's a wip i'd like to add more details on the face, like a sort of crown etc

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    're right Luxifer with zbrush and photoshop can achieve spectacular effects
    Congratulations on the new look, very suggestive

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    Quote Originally Posted by PFC666 View Post
    're right Luxifer with zbrush and photoshop can achieve spectacular effects
    Congratulations on the new look, very suggestive
    thx u, in this particular case i've added just the background and used the zdepth mask to mix the head with the background,
    general colours and the shine on the model are in zbrush with polypaint and different materials.
    I try to not use PS too much just to see what u can obtain simply within zbrush.

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